Hiphop University is the premier research resource for students and scholars concerned with hiphop culture. It is a collaborative website designed for undergraduate and graduate students as well as faculty and other researchers.
Hiphop University maintains and builds upon standards of hiphop scholarship. We define standards of hiphop scholarship as:
The staff researchers work with learning communities and academic institutions to incorporate hiphop's notion of meritocracy where skills and knowledge are supreme. Hiphop University also encourages youth to pursue knowledge and their dreams.
At this site:
(1) Build or engage online dialogue about hiphop culture, politics, art, values, histories, and more through chat rooms and research networks
(2) Respect or share your hiphop research and scholarship by uploading information about university courses, conferences, academic publications and college radio.
(3) Represent or introduce yourself to the world of hiphop scholarship by starting a personal Hiphop Archive user page.
Questions? Comments? Critique? Ask Hiphop Archive faculty and staff.
Want to volunteer, intern or participate further? Contact the Associate Director of the Hiphop University Project, Professor Dawn-Elissa Fischer also known as the DEF Prof.
At Harvard's Hiphop Archive:
Visit the Hiphop Archive and view current hiphop-related educational tools. Common and LL Cool J are two notable celebs whose children's books are on display. Search the Bibliography for more.