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AAS 181 Vocabulary List

AAS 181 Vocabulary List - the intercultural body Watkins...

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dAAS 181. Hip-Hop in Urban America VOCABULARY OF TERMS Dyson social commentary rap censorship asserting machismo personal agency Samuels ghettocentrism authenticity appropriation  voyeurism complicity Osumare   Africanist aesthetic dialogic negotiation lieu de m é moire  (site of memory) Nommo emcee as trickster renaming as empowerment flow & breaks as critical difference
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Rose      (    Soul Sonic Forces Powerpoint)     destructive/recuperative in sampling black cultural priorities vs. technology processes Osumare dance as embodied text performance & performativity
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Unformatted text preview: the intercultural body Watkins the production of blackness historically situated racial signifier cultural production agency (black youth agency) containment and resistance ideological hegemony modern vs. postmodern overlapping of race & class Baldwin national character & popular culture authentic “blackness” (p. 160) hip-hop bourgeoisie aesthetic (p. 161) “nigga” as performative identity (p. 166) ghettocentric vs. Afrocentric (p. 166) reformation of the patriarchal order (p. 166)...
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  • Spring '09
  • Osumare
  • Samuels, New Zealand general election, 1999, appropriation  voyeurism complicity, Africanist aesthetic dialogic, machismo personal agency, commentary rap censorship

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