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Hip-Hop Futurities: Riddims, Resistance, Reading
This dialogue brings together emerging and established scholars to imagine the radical trajectories of Black diasporic cultural production in/through Canada. How has contemporary hip-hop studies scholarship, fostered not solely by centering Canada, but by emphasizing the diasporic circuits that enabled the form to emerge on a global scale? How do Black expressive forms such as hip-hop in Canada offer a different critical lens to comprehend global anti-blackness?
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Mark V. Campbell
Music and Culture
University of Toronto Scarborough
Women and Gender Studies
University of Toronto
Thu, Jan 27, 2022
04:00 PM - 05:30 PM
Centre for Ethics, University of Toronto