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Rolling Stone Reports: The Millennial Identity

Rolling Stone Reports: The Millennial Identity

Joe's Pub
November 8, 2019

What defines a millennial? They’ve been called “Generation Me” for presumed narcissism and the “Peter Pan Generation” for delayed adulthood. But the only thing that may really define a millennial is that we’re indefinable. People born between 1980 and 1995 have had their lives marked by some of the fastest-moving shifts in the world’s economy, political landscape and culture. From Bernie Sanders to Beyoncé, we discuss the crucial moments, artists, events, movements and more that have helped form the millennial identity.

The Speakers:

Rob Sheffield has been covering music, TV and pop culture for Rolling Stone since 1997. (His first issue had Tori Spelling on the cover.) He is a New York Times best-selling author of five books, including Love Is A Mix Tape, Talking To Girls About Duran Duran, Turn Around Bright Eyes, On Bowie and Dreaming The Beatles.

Tessa Stuart is a staff writer at Rolling Stone, where she covers politics and national affairs. Before joining RS to report on the 2016 election, Tessa was a staff writer at both the Village Voice and BuzzFeed, and a Voice Media Fellow at LA Weekly. Her work has also appeared on VICE News and Gawker, as well as in The California Sunday Magazine, Audubon Magazine and Boston Magazine.

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November 8, 2019

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