Hip Hop from ’48 Palestine: Youth, Music, and the Present/Absent

Sunaina Maira and Magid Shihade

The digital material presented here is meant to supplement the article “Hip Hop from ’48 Palestine: Youth, Music, and the Present/Absent” from the current issue of Social Text (30.3, Fall 2012). An abstract for the article can be read below.

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"Wherever I Bless a Microphone": Ethnographic Perspectives on Hip-Hop's Transnational Flow

joseph schloss

  Sujatha Fernandes’s Close to the Edge explores a variety of contexts in which hip-hop is practiced around the world, and draws them together with the thread of Fernandes’s personal experiences. My own work has been based on the ethnographic … Continue reading “"Wherever I Bless a Microphone": Ethnographic Perspectives on Hip-Hop's Transnational Flow”

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