Hip Hop Syllabus: AME/MUS 303 Hip Hop: Art, Culture, and Politics

Sarah Hentges

Abstract


This syllabus represents a course taught online through the University of Maine at Augusta in the fall of 2011 (and every otheryear thereafter). Critical pedagogy can be a challenge in any classroom, and the challenges in an online classroom are compounded. However, the subject matter and approach of Hip Hop can be a powerful tool in teaching students critical thinking skills as well in laying a foundation for interdisciplinary and intersectional theory; here these elements are represented through curriculum—the themes, texts, contexts,approaches, structure, and assignments.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5195/rt.2013.42

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