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Illegal Mural expressions or Street Art ?

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Hip-Hop en Français charts the emergence and development of hip-hop culture in France, French Caribbean, Québec, and Senegal from its origins until today. With essays by renowned hip-hop scholars and a foreword by Marcyliena Morgan, executive director of the Harvard University Hiphop Archive and Research Institute, this edited volume addresses topics such as the history of rap music; hip-hop dance; the art of graffiti; hip-hop artists and their interactions with media arts, social media, literature, race, political and ideological landscapes; and hip-hop based education (HHBE). The contributors approach topics from a variety of different disciplines including African and African-American studies, anthropology, Caribbean studies, cultural studies, dance studies, education, ethnology, French and Francophone studies, history, linguistics, media studies, music and ethnomusicology, and sociology. As one of the most comprehensive books dedicated to hip-hop culture in France and the Francophone World written in the English language, this book is an essential resource for scholars and students of African, Caribbean, French, and French-Canadian popular culture as well as anthropology and ethnomusicology.
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hal-04410928 , version 1 (22-01-2024)

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Alain Milon. Illegal Mural expressions or Street Art ?. Alain-Philippe Durand; Marcyliena Morgan. Hip-Hop en français : an exploration of Hip-Hop Culture un the Francophone World, Rowman & Littlefield, 2020, 978-1538116326. ⟨hal-04410928⟩
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