Harvard Hiphop Archive
This encyclopedic comics history of the formative years of hip hop captures the vivid personalities and magnetic performances of old-school pioneers and early stars like DJ Kool Herc, Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, plus the charismatic players behind the scenes like Rus
Hip-Hop's literary and artistic merits are evident when compared to classic poetry and it's easy to link the great poets of the past to the contemporary Hip Hop poets of today: compare Robert Frost to Public Enemy, Shakespeare to Eminem, and Shelley to the Notorious B.I.G.
Many educators already know that hip-hop can be a powerful tool for engaging students. But can hip-hop save our schools?
As the mother of hip-hop superstar Kanye West, Donda West has watched her son grow from a brilliant baby boy with all the intimations of fame and fortune to one of the hottest rappers on the music scene. And she has every right to be proud: she raised her son with strong moral values, teaching him right from wrong and helping him become the man he is today.
The Onion’s Baratunde Thurston shares his 30-plus years of expertise in being black, with helpful essays like “How to Be the Black Friend,” “How to Speak for All Black People,” “How To Celebrate Black History Month,” and more, in this satirical guide to race issues—written for black people and those who love them.
From Hip-Hop to Hyperlinks is a text designied to invigorate composition teachers' classroom approaches for getting students to better understand American culture(s). The contributors share their strategies from their classrooms, including such exciting topics as food, comedy, music, technology, and photography.
From Hip-Hop to Hyperlinks is a text designied to invigorate composition teachers' classroom approaches for getting students to better understand American culture(s).
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Hiphop Workout Session III
Author Meets Critics: That's the Joint!: The Hiphop Studies Reader, 2nd Edition edited by Marc Anthony Neal and Murray Forman
Critics: Nicole Persley Hodges, Vijay Prashad, Guthrie P. Ramsey, Jocelyn Wilson
Hiphop Workout Session
Performances: Medusa & DJ Nomadik
Author Meets Critics: Author Meets Critics: Pimp's Up, Ho's Down: Hiphop's Hold on Young Black Women by Tracy Sharpley-Whiting
Critics: David Ikard, Shayne Lee, Mark Anthony Neal