Hip-Hop Underground and African American Culture James Braxton Peterson

ISBN: 9781322169125

Published: January 1st 2014

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205 pages


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Hip-Hop Underground and African American Culture  by  James Braxton Peterson

Hip-Hop Underground and African American Culture by James Braxton Peterson
January 1st 2014 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 205 pages | ISBN: 9781322169125 | 5.16 Mb

The underground is a multi-faceted concept in African American culture. Peterson explores a variety of underground concepts at the intersections of African American literature and hip-hop culture, using Richard Wright, KRS-One, Thelonious Monk, andMoreThe underground is a multi-faceted concept in African American culture. Peterson explores a variety of underground concepts at the intersections of African American literature and hip-hop culture, using Richard Wright, KRS-One, Thelonious Monk, and the tradition of the Underground Railroad, among other examples.

He explores the manifestations and the attributes of the underground within the context of a more panoramic picture of African American expressivity, situated at black cultural and conceptual crossroads.



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