Creation of a Course Called "Hip-Hop Music and Culture"
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AbstractHistorical and societal analysis of Hip-Hop culture as it moved from its humble beginnings in the south Bronx in the 1970's to become a national and international movement with an ever-growing influence on popular consciousness across the globe. Highly interdisciplinary course that covers music, dance, art, film, social revolutions, economic inequality, film, television, gender, class and race.
Description41_2019-2020GE Signed by President Macpherson 5/21/2020 effective Fall 2021
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