Table of contents for Total chaos : the art and aesthetics of hip-hop / Jeff Chang.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PART 1 
ROOTS: PERSPECTIVES ON HISTORY
1. Dreams of a Final Theory Harry Allen
2. Nommo Amde Hamilton (Watts Prophets)
3. (Yet Another) Letter to a Young Poet Marc Bamuthi Joseph
4. Physical Graffiti: A History of Hip-Hop Dance Fabel Pabon
5. The Art of Battling: An Interview with Alien Ness Joe Schloss
6. Multiculturalism Roundtable Greg Tate, Vija Prashad, Marc Anthony Neal, Brian Cross
PART 2
FLIPPING THE SCRIPT: BEYOND THE FOUR ELEMENTS
7. Interview: A History of Hip-Hop Dance Rennie Harris
8. Found in Translation: The Emergence of Hip-Hop Theatre Eisa Davis
9. From the Dope Spot to Broadway Theater Roundtable
10. On Lit Hop Adam Mansbach
11. Who Shot Ya: A History of Hip-Hop Photography Bill Adler
12. Words and Images Graphic Design Roundtable
13. The City in Public vs. Private: Through a Scanner Darkly Paul Miller
PART 3
THE REAL: IDENTITY IN FLUX
14. It was written: Hip-Hop Journalism/ Criticism Essay Oliver Wang
15. "L-vis Is a Pioneer" Powem Excerpt Kevin Coval
16. Burn Rubber on Plastic Bubbles: The Art of Dave Funkenklein Dave Tompkins
17. Black Talk and Hot Sex: Why Street Lit is Literature Danyel Smith
18. Discussion with Tim'm West: It's All One Juba Kalamka
19. Homothugdragsterism Joel Tan
20. How I Found My Inner DJ Robert Karimi
21. Talk with Mark Anthony Neal: A Brand New Feminism Joan Morgan
PART 4
WORLDWIDE: HIP-HOP ARTS BEYOND BORDERS
22. Brooklyn Suheir Hammad
23. Falling For Bob Marley Staceyann Chin
24. Inventos Hip-Hop: Interview Eli Jacobs-Fantauzzi 
25. Cape Flats Alchemy Shaheen Ariefdien 
26. Afro-Blue: Incanting Yoruba Gods in Hip-Hops Isms Raquel Cepeda
27. Roundtable: Native Tongues: Hip-Hop's Global Indigenous Movement
PART 5
NEXT ELEMENTS: HIP-HOP ARTS AND FUTURE AESTHETICS
28. Untitled Poem Walidah Imarisha
29. Theatres Crossing the Divide: A Baby Boomer's Defense of Hip-Hop Aesthetics Roberta Uno
30. Hip-Hop Film Roundtable: Put Your Camera Where My Eyes Can See Eric Arnold
31. Codes and The B-Boy's Stigmata: An Interview Doze Green
32. Revolution: An Interview Brett Cook-Dizney
33. Scarcity & Exploitation: The Myth & Reality of the Struggling Hip-Hop Artist Rha Goddess
34. Towards a Hip-Hop Aesthetic: A Manifesto for the Hip-Hop Arts Movement Danny Hoch

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Hip-hop.