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The Bloomsbury Handbook of Hip Hop Pedagogy


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Foreword, Dave Stovall (University of Illinois- Chicago, USA) Introduction, Lauren Leigh Kelly (Rutgers University, USA) and Daren Graves (Simmons University, USA) Session I: Roots and Routes of Hip Hop Pedagogy Side A Interlude: The Hip Hop Summer School, Mikal Lee (Brooklyn Academy of Music, USA) 1. Revolutionary Youth Culture: A Brief History of Hip Hop for Educators, Michael B. Lipset (McGill University, High School for Recording Arts and 4 Learning, Canada) & David “TC” Ellis (High School for Recording Arts, Studio 4, 4 Learning, Canada) 2. The Breaks, Authentic Archives and the OG Algorithm: The DJ as The Connective Healer and Curatorial Cornerstone – A Selected Experience, Todd Craig (City University of New York (CUNY), USA) 3. Aumente o Volume: Community Pedagogies of Rap Music in Brazil, Cuba, and Haiti, Charlie D. Hankin (Colby College, USA) 4. An Overview of Pedagogies and Perspectives on Hip Hop Education, Kelly R. Allen (Augusta University, USA) Session II: Theories of Hip Hop Pedagogy Side B Interlude: The Team is Crucial, Find Your People, Vera Naputi (Mukwonago Area School District, USA) 5. “How You Gon’ Win When You Ain’t Right Within?”: Hip Hop Pedagogy and Racial Healing, Jamila Lyiscott (University of Massachusetts, USA) 6. Reading the World with Black Girls: Journeying to Human Rights via Liberatory Pedagogy, Elaine Richardson (The Ohio State University, USA) 7. “There’s Levels to This Sh*t!”: Contributions, Additive, Transformative, and Social Action Approaches to Hip Hop Content Integration, H. Bernard Hall (Drexel University, USA) 8. Hip Hop Development Theory within Hip Hop Praxis Pedagogy, P. Thandi Hicks Harper (Youth Popular Culture Institute, Inc., USA) 9. A Hip Hop Pedagogy Framework for the Advancement of Science Education, Edmund Adjapong (Seton Hall University, USA) 10. Teaching as a Way of Life – On Hip Hop as the Essence of Nordic Bildung, Johan Soderman (University of Gothenburg, Sweden) Session III: Research Methods in Hip Hop Pedagogy Side C Interlude: Methodologies of Authenticity in Hip Hop Based Research, Tasha Iglesias (Hip Hop Association of Advancement and Education, USA) 11. Thinking with Hip Hop Sound: Aesthetics in Research Methods, Emery Petchauer (Michigan State University, USA) 12. Towards Hip Hop Informed Research Methodologies, Ian Levy (Manhattan College, USA), Edmund Adjapong (Seton Hall University, USA), and Brian Mooney, (Fairleigh Dickinson University, USA) 13. Blackout Poetic Transcription: A Decolonial Hip Hop Method for Qualitative Research, Tony Keith Jr. (Ed Emcee Academy, DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, USA) 14. When I Tell My Story: Exploring Hip Hop Education as a Culturally Responsive Teaching Tool Within K-12 Schools, Naomi Filipiak, (Brown University, USA) Session IV: The Practice of Hip Hop Pedagogy Side D Interlude: Reflections, Connections, and Directions: A Hip Hop Educator Memoir, Timothy Jones (Hip Hop Ed, Inc., USA) 15. The Beauty of Black Literacies: Liberated (Re)memberings of Black Heritage through Hip Hop Curriculum, Bianca Nightengale Lee (Florida Atlantic University, USA) 16. “The Main Ingredient”: Building Learning Communities through Trust, Love, and Collaboration, Semaj Eric Skillings (University of Connecticut, USA) 17. Hip Hop as “Artivism” in the Anti-Black City of São Paulo, Brazil, Derek Pardue (Aarhus University, Denmark), Cristiane Correia Dias “B-Girl Cris” (University of São Paulo, Brazil) and Nany Vieira (University of São Paulo, Brazil) 18. Living Hip Hop: The Community-based Organization as a Space for Educational Liberation, Ijeoma Ononuju (Touro University of California, USA), Shaun de Vera, (California State University, Sacramento, USA) and Vajra Watson (California State University, Sacramento, USA) 19. “When Keeping It Real Goes Wrong”: Enacting Critical Pedagogies of Hip Hop in Mainstream Schools, Lauren Leigh Kelly (Rutgers University, USA) and Don C. Sawyer III (Quinnipiac University, USA) 20. Hip Hop Mentality: Empowering Teachers to Develop a Mindset to Recognize Hip Hop and Youth Culture as an Asset to the School Community, John Robinson (Ohio University, USA) and Jason Rawls (Ohio University, USA) Outro: A Call to Teachers and Researchers from a Young Scholar, Hector Cruz (Fordham University, USA) Index

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The first reference work to cover the theory, history, research methodologies and practice of hip hop pedagogy

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Lauren Leigh Kelly is Associate Professor of English Education and Urban Social Justice Teacher Education at Rutgers University, USA. Daren Graves is Professor of Education and Social Work at Simmons University, USA, and Adjunct Lecturer of Education at Harvard University, USA.

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