Academic Hip-Hop Abstracts

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King of Da North: Contrasting Commonality and Difference in Canadian Rap and was presented at the Robarts Goes POP! Conference at York University in Toronto, ON (April 2015) and at the Black Canadian Studies Association Conference hosted by Dalhousie University in Halifax, NS (May 2015).

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Pick My Fruit Out: Queer Rap and Gains for Black Womanhood (2000-Present) was an original research piece presented at Dr. Christine Varnado’s University at Buffalo Global Gender Studies conference, Queer Relativity/Modern Family: Genealogies of Time, Space, and Theory (May 2014)

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