Vol 5 No. 2 (2018) Special Issue: Hip Hop Activism and Representational Politics

Guest Editors: Adam Haupt, Quentin E. Williams and H. Samy Alim

Journal: Journal of World Popular Music

Published: Dec 28, 2018

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Section Title Author Published
Editors’ Introduction Simone Krüger Bridge, Nicholas Tochka Dec 18, 2018
Introduction to Special Issue
Introduction: Hip Hop, En-voicing and Agency Adam Haupt, Quentin E. Williams, H. Samy Alim Dec 18, 2018
Inhale Determination, We Will Overcome: Eavesdrop, Mr Devious and Brasse vannie Kaap’s Representational Politics Adam Haupt Dec 18, 2018
“Yo Nací Caminando”: Community-Engaged Scholarship, Hip Hop as Postcolonial Studies, and Rico Pabón’s Knowledge of Self J. Griffith Rollefson Dec 18, 2018
Double Entendre Got Bodied: Strategic Ambivalence and Latinx Young Men Rappin’ under the White Gaze Casey Philip Wong Dec 18, 2018
MC Solaar and the Influence of Globalization on Local Hip-Hop Aesthetics Saesha Senger Dec 18, 2018
Archival Activism: Deciphering State-Sanctioned Histories and Reporting of Canadian Hip Hop Mark V. Campbell, Maya Stitski Dec 18, 2018
Solution or a “Fake Sense of Integration”? Contradictions of Rap as a Resource within the Danish Welfare State’s Integration Project Kristine Ringsager Dec 18, 2018
J. Griffith Rollefson. 2017. Flip the Script: European Hip Hop and the Politics of Postcoloniality Karim Hammou Oct 24, 2018
Milosz Miszczynski and Adriana Helbig, eds. 2017. Hip Hop at Europe’s Edge: Music, Agency, and Social Change Dave Wilson Oct 24, 2018
DVD review: Udi Aloni. 2016. Junction 48 David A McDonald Oct 24, 2018
Website review: Nomadic Wax. Francisco D. Lara Oct 24, 2018