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Contents Acknowledgements Michael Eric Dyson, Preface Murray Forman, General Introduction Part One "Hip-Hop Ya Don't Stop": Hip-Hop History and Historiography 1. Sally Barnes, Breaking 2. Craig Castleman, The Politics of Graffiti 3. Michael Holman, Breaking: The History Part Two "No Time for Fake Niggas": Hip-Hop Culture and the Authenticity Debates 4. Michael Eric Dyson, The Culture of Hip -Hop 5. Juan Flores, Puerto Rocks: New York Ricans Stake Their Claim 6. Paul Gilroy, It's a Family Affair 7. Regan Kelly, Hip Hop Chicano: A Separate but Parallel Story 8. R. A. T. Judy, On the Question of Nigga Authenticity 9. Robin D. G. Kelley, Looking for 'the Real Nigga': Social Scientists Construct the Ghetto 10. Alan Light, About a Salary or Reality? -- Rap's Recurrent Conflict 11. David Samuels, The Rap on Rap: The "Black Music" that Isn't Either Part Three Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City": Hip-Hop, Space, and Place 12. Davarian Baldwin, Black Empires, White Desires: The Spatial Politics of Identity in the Age of Hip-Hop 13. Andy Bennett, Hip Hop am Main, Rappin' on the Tyne: Hip Hop Culture as a Local Construct in Two European Cities 14. Murray Forman, Represent: Race, Space, and Place in Rap Music 15. Dick Hebdige, Rap and Hip Hop: The New York Connection 16. David Toop, Uptown Throwdown Part Four "I'll Be Nina Simone Defecating on Your Microphone": Hip-Hop and Gender 17. Kyra D. Gaunt, Translating Double-Dutch to Hip-Hop: The Musical Vernacular of Black Girls' Play 18. Cheryl Keyes, Empowering Self, Making Choices, Creating Spaces: Black Female Identity via Rap Music Performance 19. Joan Morgan, Hip-Hop Feminist 20. Gwendolyn Pough, Seeds and Legacies: Tapping the Potential in Hip-Hop 21. Tricia Rose, Never Trust A Big Butt and a Smile Part Five "The Message": Rap, Politics, and Resistance 22. Angela Ards, Organizing the Hip-Hop Generation 23. Todd Boyd, Check Yo Self Before You Wreck Yo Self: The Death of Politics in Rap Music and Popular Culture 24. Bakari Kitwana, The Challenge of Rap Music 25. Clarence Lusane, Rap, Race, and Politics 26. Mark Anthony Neal, Postindustrial Soul: Black Popular Music at the Crossroads Part Six "Looking for the Perfect Beat": Hip-Hop Aesthetics and Technologies of Production 27. Andrew Bartlett, Airshafts, Loudspeakers, and the Hip- Hop Sample: Contexts and African-American Musical Aesthetics 28. Mark Dery, Public Enemy: Confrontations 29. Greg Dimitriadis, Hip-Hop From Live Performance to Mediated Narrative 30. Nelson George, Sample This 31. Thomas G. Shumacher, "This is a Sampling Sport": Digital Sampling, Rap Music and the Law in Cultural Production 32. Richard Shusterman, Challenging Conventions in the Fine Art of Rap 33. Rickey Vincent, Hip Hop and Black Noise: Raising Hell Part Seven "I Used to Love H.E.R.": Hip-Hop in/and the Culture Industries 34. M. Elizabeth Blair, Commercialization of the Rap Music Youth Subculture 35. Katrina Hazzard-Donald, Dance in Hip Hop Culture 36. Norman Kelley, Wendy Day: Advocate for Rappers 37. Keith Negus, The Business of Rap: Between the Street and the Executive Suite 38. Tricia Rose, Contracting Rap: An Interview with Carmen Ashurst-Watson 39. S. Craig Watkins, Black Youth and the Ironies of Capitalism 40. Ted Swedenburg, Homies in the 'Hood: Rap's Commodification of Insubordination 41. Eric K. Watts, An Exploration of Spectacular Consumption: Gangsta Rap as Cultural Commodity Permissions Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Rap (Music) -- History and criticism.
Rap (Music) -- Social aspects.