Vol 5 No. 1 (2018) Hip Hop Activism and Representational Politics

Journal: Journal of World Popular Music

Published: Jun 8, 2018

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Section Title Author Published
Editors' Introduction Simone Krüger Bridge, Nicholas Tochka, Raphaël Nowak Jun 5, 2018
Introduction to Special Issue
“It’s Bigger than Hip Hop” Adam Haupt, Quentin E. Williams, H. Samy Alim Jun 5, 2018
South African Dialogue Warrick Moses Jun 5, 2018
Multilingual Activism in South African Hip Hop Quentin E. Williams Jun 5, 2018
Hip Hop Activism: Dynamic Tension between the Global and Local in Mozambique Manuel Armando Guissemo Jun 5, 2018
Towards a Hip Hop Pedagogy of Discomfort Darren Chetty, Patrick Turner Jun 5, 2018
The “Schizophrenic Nation”: Ethics of Critique in Morocco’s Post-Arab Spring Popular Music Kendra Salois Jun 5, 2018
“Slavery’s Consequences Still Affect Us”: Sister Souljah’s No Disrespect, Black Women’s Literary Traditions and Contemporary Hip Hop Activism Sina A. Nitzsche Jun 5, 2018
Book Review: Sarah Baker, Andy Bennett and Jodie Taylor (eds). 2013. Redefining Mainstream Popular Music Marcus O'Dair Mar 26, 2018
Book Review: Derek Pardue, Cape Verde, Let’s Go: Creole Rappers and Citizenship in Portugal Colin Harte Mar 26, 2018
Book Review: Elijah Wald, 'Talking ‘bout your mama' Lee Watkins Mar 26, 2018
DVD Review: Benj Binks, Discovering the Roots of Hip Hop in the Heart of Asia James Cox Mar 26, 2018
Radio Review: Arnaud Contreras, “L’Air rebelle” (The Air of Rebellion) John Mullen Mar 26, 2018