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That's the joint! : the hip-hop studies reader

Author: Mark Anthony Neal; Murray Forman
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2004.
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That's the Joint: The Hip-Hop Studies Reader brings together the best-known and most influential writings on rap and hip-hop from its beginnings to today.

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Anthony Neal; Murray Forman
ISBN: 0415969182 9780415969185 0415969190 9780415969192 9780203642191 0203642198
OCLC Number: 55846132
Description: xv, 628 p. ; 27 cm.
Contents: pt. 1. Hip-hop ya don't stop : hip-hop history and historiography / Murray Forman ; Breaking / Sally Banes ; The politics of graffiti / Craig Castleman ; Breaking : the history / Michael Holman ; B-beats bombarding Bronx : Mobile DJ starts something with oldie R & B disks / Robert Ford, Jr. ; Jive talking N.Y. DJs rapping away in black discos / Robert Ford, Jr. ; Hip-hop's founding fathers speak the truth / Nelson George. pt. 2. No time for fake niggas : hip-hop culture and the authenticity debates / Mark Anthony Neal ; The culture of hip-hop / Michael Eric Dyson ; Puerto rocks : rap, roots, and amnesia / Juan Flores ; It's a family affair / Paul Gilroy ; Hip-hop Chicano : a separate but parallel story / Raegan Kelly ; On the question of nigga authenticity / R.A.T. Judy ; Looking for the "real" nigga : social scientists construct the ghetto / Robin D.G. Kelley ; About a salary or reality?--rap's recurrent conflict / Alan Light ; The rap on rap : the "black music" that isn't either / David Samuels. pt. 3. Ain't no love in the heart of the city : hip-hop, space, and place / Murray Forman ; Black empires, white desires : the spatial politics of identity in the age of hip-hop / Davarian L. Baldwin ; Hip-hop am Main, rappin' on the Tyne : hip-hop culture as a local construct in two European cities / Andy Bennett "Represent" : race, space, and place in rap music / Murray Forman ; Rap and hip-hop : the New York connection / Dick Hebdige ; Uptown throwdown / David Toop. pt. 4. I'll be Nina Simone defecating on your microphone : hip-hop and gender / Mark Anthony Neal ; Translating double-dutch to hip-hop : the musical vernacular of black girls' play / Kyra D. Gaunt ; Empowering self, making choices, creating spaces : black female identity via rap music performance / Cheryl L. Keyes ; Hip-hop feminist / Joan Morgan ; Seeds and legacies : tapping the potential in hip-hop / Gwendolyn D. Pough ; Never trust a big butt and a smile / Tricia Rose. pt. 5. The message : rap, politics, and resistance / Mark Anthony Neal ; Organizing the hip-hop generation / Angela Ards ; Check yo self before you wreck yo self : the death of politics in rap music and popular culture / Todd Boyd ; The challenge of rap music from cultural movement to political power / Bakari Kitwana ; Rap, race, and politics / Clarence Lusane ; Postindustrial soul : black popular music at the crossroads / Mark Anthony Neal. pt. 6. Looking for the perfect beat : hip-hop aesthetics and technologies of production / Murray Forman ; Airshafts, loudspeakers, and the hip hop sample : contexts and African American musical aesthetics / Andrew Bartlett ; Public enemy confrontation / Mark Dery ; Hip-hop : from live performance to mediated narrative / Greg Dimitriadis ; Sample this / Nelson George ; "This is a sampling sport" : digital sampling, rap music, and the law in cultural production / Thomas G. Schumacher ; Challenging conventions in the fine art of rap / Richard Shusterman ; Hip-hop and black noise : raising hell / Rickey Vincent ; Dance in hip-hop culture / Katrina Hazzard-Donald ; Wendy Day, advocate for rappers / Norman Kelley ; The business of rap: an inteview with Carmen Ashhurst-Watson / Tricia Rose ; An exploration of spectacular consumption: gangsta rap as cultural commodity / Eric K. Watts. pt. 7. I used to love H.E.R. : hip-hop in/and the culture industries / Mark Anthony Neal ; Commercialization of the rap music youth subculture / M. Elizabeth Blair ; Dance in hip-hop culture / Katrina Hazzard-Donald ; Wendy Day, advocate for rappers / Norman Kelley ; The business of rap : between the street and the executive suite / Keith Negus ; Contracting rap : an interview with Carmen Ashhurst-Watson / Tricia Rose ; Black youth and the ironies of capitalism / S. Craig Watkins ; Homies in the 'hood : rap's commodification of insubordination / Ted Swedenburg ; An exploration of spectacular consumption : gangsta rap as cultural commodity / Eric K. Watts. Introduction / Murray Forman --
Hip-Hop Ya Don't Stop: Hip-Hop History and Historiography / Murray Forman --
Breaking / Sally Banes --
The Politics of Graffiti / Craig Castleman --
Breaking: The History / Michael Holman --
B-Beats Bombarding Bronx: Mobile DJ Starts Something with Oldie R & B Disks / Robert Ford, Jr. --
Jive Talking N.Y. DJs Rapping Away in Black Discos / Robert Ford, Jr. --
Hip-Hop's Founding Fathers Speak the Truth / Nelson George --
No Time for Fake Niggas: Hip-Hop Culture and the Authenticity Debates / Mark Anthony Neal --
The Culture of Hip-Hop / Michael Eric Dyson --
Puerto Rocks: Rap, Roots, and Amnesia / Juan Flores --
It's a Family Affair / Paul Gilroy --
Hip-Hop Chicano: A Separate but Parallel Story / Raegan Kelly --
On the Question of Nigga Authenticity / R.A.T. Judy --
Looking for the "Real" Nigga: Social Scientists Construct the Ghetto / Robin D.G. Kelley --
About a Salary or Reality?--Rap's Recurrent Conflict / Alan Light --
The Rap on Rap: The "Black Music" that Isn't Either / David Samuels --
Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City: Hip-Hop, Space, and Place / Murray Forman --
Black Empires, White Desires: The Spatial Politics of Identity in the Age of Hip-Hop / Davarian L. Baldwin --
Hip-Hop am Main, Rappin' on the Tyne: Hip-Hop Culture as a Local Construct in Two European Cities / Andy Bennett --
"Represent": Race, Space, and Place in Rap Music / Murray Forman --
Rap and Hip-Hop: The New York Connection / Dick Hebdige --
Uptown Throwdown / David Toop.
Responsibility: Murray Forman & Mark Anthony Neal, editors.
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"That's The Joint!, edited by Murray Forman and Mark Anthony Neal, is a ready-made cornerstone for any multidisciplinary hip-hop course... -- Houston Chronicle "Everything you wanted to know about Read more...

 
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