History of Hip-Hop

VMS 337.01
Instructor: 
Neal, Mark
Douthit, Patrick

What began as a localized activity designed to provide a safe haven for Black and Latino youth in New York City, has become a global brand that has had a documented impact on the cultural, political and economic realities of youth throughout the globe. This course will examine the organic social and cultural foundations of hip-hop, as well as the key aesthetic innovators/innovations, and the debates that have arisen over hip-hop's increased influence. Instructor: Neal

Class Room 1: 
White 107
Class Time 1: 
Duke Uid: 
331940