Gender and Sexuality in Hip Hop
Students explore Hip Hop Culture’s history, aesthetics, and politics, particularly in relation to gender and sexuality, from an intersectional feminist perspective.
Our class meets on Wednesdays from 11:00 AM – 01:50 PM in Humanities 305.
Pough, Gwendolyn D, Neal, and Joan Morgan. 2007. Home Girls Make Some Noise!: Hip-Hop Feminism Anthology. Mira Loma, CA: Parker Publishing.
Additional readings are provided as PDFs and posted here; you will receive the password in class.
In this course we will be discussing topics that are serious and hilarious, joyful and painful, personal and political, so our class has some ground rules for engagement:
Do your work.
Be critical not cruel, generative not combative.