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Hip-Hop and Racial Identification: An (Auto)Ethnographic Perspective
(Cambridge University Press, 2015-03-01)
Dysfunction #6: White Reign
(antoine lefebvre editions, 2019)
This issue of DYSFUNCTION centers the career of James Albert “Billboard” Jackson as a catalyst for contemplating the conditions and experiences of Black travel in White supremacist America. Jackson, who pioneered Black ...
(Oxford University Press, 2014-05-01)
Embracing the trope of ethnography as narrative, this chapter uses the mythic story of Bronislaw Malinowski's early career and fieldwork as a vehicle through which to explore key aspects of ethnography's history and ...
'What Happens in the Cabin . . .': A Practice-Based Study of Racial Identification and Hip Hop Aesthetic Production
Taking an autoethnographic perspective that foregrounds the interplay between the author's artist-self and researcher-self, this article explores the relationship between agency and structure in the activities surrounding ...
Hip Hop and Race
Hip hop, as a form of music and popular culture, has become one of the foremost arenas in which discussions of race, racial injustices and the transformation oi racial meanings occur. Through song and celebrity, hip-hop ...
This article excavates the ethos surrounding hip hop, starting from the proposition that hip hop represents a distinct yet pervasive expression of contemporary black subjectivity, which crystalized in 1970s New York City ...