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Slam school : learning through conflict in the hip-hop and spoken word classroom

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Stanford University Press, Stanford, California, p.189 (2011)

Call Number:

Cubb LB1631 .L69 2011

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9135349

Keywords:

Critical pedagogy--United States, Education, Educational anthropology--United States, Hip-hop--United States--Influence, Intergroup relations--United States, Language arts (Secondary)--Social aspects--United States, Multicultural education--United States, Performance poetry--Study and teaching (Secondary)--United States, Secondary--Curricula--United States

Abstract:

Contents: Toward a critical hip-hop and spoken word pedagogy -- "Keepin' it real" : the discourse of authenticity and the challenge for hip-hop pedagogies -- The tale of the talent night rap : black popular culture in schools and the challenge of interpretation -- Making sense out of worlds that are different : race and hip-hop pedagogies -- Niggaz, bitches, and hoes : hip-hop nation language as limit-case for education -- Pedagogic futures for hip-hop and spoken word.

Publication Language:

eng