Race, Gender, and Rap

I haven’t been able to post this because of traveling for the New Directions in Active History Conference (summed up here by Beth Robertson), but last week we posted a new episode of the History Slam over at Activehistory.ca. In this episode, I talk with Francesca D’Amico about her research on rap in North America. We chat about the differences between Canadian and American artists, gender representations, and race construction. You can find the full post here.

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