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The Resource Hip-hop in Europe : cultural identities and transnational flows, edited by Sina A. Nitzsche and Walter Grünzweig

Hip-hop in Europe : cultural identities and transnational flows, edited by Sina A. Nitzsche and Walter Grünzweig

Label
Hip-hop in Europe : cultural identities and transnational flows
Title
Hip-hop in Europe
Title remainder
cultural identities and transnational flows
Statement of responsibility
edited by Sina A. Nitzsche and Walter Grünzweig
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This is the first collection of essays to take a pan-European perspective in the study of hip-hop. How has it travelled to Europe? How has it developed in the various cultural contexts and how does it reference the American cultures of origin? The 21 authors and artists provide a comprehensive overview of hip-hop cultures in Europe from the fringes to the centers. They address hip-hop in a variety of contexts such as class, ethnicity, gender, history, pedagogy, performance, and (post)-communism
Member of
Cataloging source
UKMGB
Dewey number
306.1
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
ML3488
LC item number
.H57 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Transnational and transatlantic American studies
Series volume
volume 13
Label
Hip-hop in Europe : cultural identities and transnational flows, edited by Sina A. Nitzsche and Walter Grünzweig
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Hip-hop in Russia : how the cultural form emerged in Russia and established a new philosophy
  • Sergey Ivanov
  • Breakin' around the bloc : hip-hop in the German Democratic Republic
  • Leonard Schmieding
  • In search of the "real" Czech hip-hop : the construction of authenticity in Czech rap music
  • Anna Oravcová
  • In the global 'hood' : slang and hip-hop in present-day Romania
  • Daniela Doboş
  • The language(s) of self-presentation in Hungarian rap lyrics
  • Eszter Szabó Gilinger
  • Hip-hop in Europe as a transnational phenomenon : an introduction
  • Merseybeatz : hip-hop in Liverpool
  • Brett D. Lashua and Yaw Owusu
  • Beyond multiculturalism : the transculturating potential of hip-hop in Germany
  • Terence Kumpf
  • "Gheddos du Monde" : sounding the ghetto, occupying the nation from Berlin to Paris
  • J. Griffith Rollefson
  • Identity and triple liminality of a young hip-hop group in Tyrol, Austria : a case study
  • Verena Zelger
  • Hip-hop domesticated : on the political messages of Polish rap and hip-hop lyrics
  • Andrzej Antoszek
  • Sina A. Nitzsche
  • Hip-hop ain't dead -- it just emigrated : rap music and nationalism in Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Rok Kovač
  • Graffiti goes to Italy : weaving transnational threads of all sizes and colors
  • Elisa Bordin
  • "Untergrund, kein Modetrend -- 1995 Dortmund represent" : too strong and the interrelationship between global and local, graffiti and rap music in German hip-hop
  • Ina Lammers
  • Performing "the other" : rap as social change in the Danish Integration Project C:NTACT
  • Helle Bach Riis
  • Swedish hip-hop : marginalized youth and Folkbildning
  • Johan Söderman and Ove Sernhede
  • Hip-hop and Cyprus : language, motiviation, unity, and division
  • "A hip hop Haggadah" : the transnational and transcultural space of Jewish hip-hop and transnational cultural studies in the EFL classroom
  • Philipp Siepmann
  • Immigrant hip-hop in Germany : the cultural identities of migrants
  • Oliver Kautny
  • The notion of authenticity in international hip-hop culture
  • Matthäus Ochmann
  • Mike Hajimichael
  • Mapping the hip-hop transnation : a brief history of hip-hop in Athens, Greece
  • Athena Elafros
  • Forgetting how to swim : a history of Portuguese rap
  • Sebastião Belfort Cerqueira
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
iii, 470 pages
Isbn
9783643904133
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2014563879
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)ocn859187470
Label
Hip-hop in Europe : cultural identities and transnational flows, edited by Sina A. Nitzsche and Walter Grünzweig
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Hip-hop in Russia : how the cultural form emerged in Russia and established a new philosophy
  • Sergey Ivanov
  • Breakin' around the bloc : hip-hop in the German Democratic Republic
  • Leonard Schmieding
  • In search of the "real" Czech hip-hop : the construction of authenticity in Czech rap music
  • Anna Oravcová
  • In the global 'hood' : slang and hip-hop in present-day Romania
  • Daniela Doboş
  • The language(s) of self-presentation in Hungarian rap lyrics
  • Eszter Szabó Gilinger
  • Hip-hop in Europe as a transnational phenomenon : an introduction
  • Merseybeatz : hip-hop in Liverpool
  • Brett D. Lashua and Yaw Owusu
  • Beyond multiculturalism : the transculturating potential of hip-hop in Germany
  • Terence Kumpf
  • "Gheddos du Monde" : sounding the ghetto, occupying the nation from Berlin to Paris
  • J. Griffith Rollefson
  • Identity and triple liminality of a young hip-hop group in Tyrol, Austria : a case study
  • Verena Zelger
  • Hip-hop domesticated : on the political messages of Polish rap and hip-hop lyrics
  • Andrzej Antoszek
  • Sina A. Nitzsche
  • Hip-hop ain't dead -- it just emigrated : rap music and nationalism in Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Rok Kovač
  • Graffiti goes to Italy : weaving transnational threads of all sizes and colors
  • Elisa Bordin
  • "Untergrund, kein Modetrend -- 1995 Dortmund represent" : too strong and the interrelationship between global and local, graffiti and rap music in German hip-hop
  • Ina Lammers
  • Performing "the other" : rap as social change in the Danish Integration Project C:NTACT
  • Helle Bach Riis
  • Swedish hip-hop : marginalized youth and Folkbildning
  • Johan Söderman and Ove Sernhede
  • Hip-hop and Cyprus : language, motiviation, unity, and division
  • "A hip hop Haggadah" : the transnational and transcultural space of Jewish hip-hop and transnational cultural studies in the EFL classroom
  • Philipp Siepmann
  • Immigrant hip-hop in Germany : the cultural identities of migrants
  • Oliver Kautny
  • The notion of authenticity in international hip-hop culture
  • Matthäus Ochmann
  • Mike Hajimichael
  • Mapping the hip-hop transnation : a brief history of hip-hop in Athens, Greece
  • Athena Elafros
  • Forgetting how to swim : a history of Portuguese rap
  • Sebastião Belfort Cerqueira
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
iii, 470 pages
Isbn
9783643904133
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2014563879
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)ocn859187470

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