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"Is It Something I Said?": Spirituality, Morality, and Religion In Hiphop - Spring 2012 Lecture Series

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                              Lecture Schedule

All lectures held at 11am at the Hiphop Archive,104 Mt. Auburn Street, 3R, Cambridge, MA 02138

Please contact the Hiphop Archive to sign up for the following lectures:
(P: 617-496-8885          info@hiphoparchive.org)

January 31                         Josef Sorett - The Spirit of Hiphop  
Assistant Professor, Department of Religion; Institute for Research
in African-American Studies - Columbia University

February 16           Derrick Darby -  Hiphop & Moral Reasoning
Associate Professor, Department Of Philosophy - University Of Kansas

February 23         Jeffrey Ogbar - Social Consciousness & Politics
Professor, Department of History; Associate Dean for the Humanities -
University of Connecticut

February 28         Imani Perry - Society and Politics in Hiphop
Professor, Center for African American Studies, and Faculty Associate,
Program in Law and Public Affairs - Princeton University

March 6            Josslyn Luckett - "I think I'll Call It Morning": Hiphop and Music                                       Traditions
MDiv III, Billings Preaching Prize Winner (2011) - Harvard Divinity School

March 22        Felicia Miyakawa - 5% Nation and Islam in Hiphop
Associate Professor, School of Music - Middle Tennessee State University

March 29           Josef Sorett - Hiphop and Christian Traditions    
Assistant Professor, Department of Religion; Institute for Research
in African-American Studies - Columbia University

April 10     Emmett G. Price III - "To Serve the Present Age": A Benediction
Chair, African American Studies Department; Associate Professor of Music and African American Studies - Northeastern University
                                




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