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The Power of Hip Hop: EXCHANGE

One day seminar around hip hop and social change

 

FRIDAY 8TH JULY, 9.30 – 17.00 (plus post-event networking and music)

Venue: RichMix, Bethnal Green Road, London

 

Full Price: £45

Student / Concession: £36

SPECIAL DISCOUNT: Use code hiphop15 at checkout to get your £15 ticket

Lunch, refreshments and delegate packs provided.

To Book: https://www.richmix.org.uk/events/music/power-hip-hop-exchange

The Power of Hip Hop: LIVE is a unique academic seminar that explores the role, challenges and potential of hip hop culture in facilitating social change in global contexts, and its role as a site of resistance and identity.

Keynote Speakers

Martha Diaz (NYU Gallatin)

Hip-Hop Without Borders: A Revolutionary Global Movement of Struggle, Liberation and Sustainable Living”

Jason Nichols (University of Maryland)

Lean wit it:  Black Masculinities in Hip-Hop Dance”

Plus special introduction about In Place of War’s work by Professor James Thompson

 

Four diverse panels exploring: 

  • Global power of hip hop
  • Cultural power of hip hop
  • Power of place & identity
  • Hip hop and pedagogy

International Artist Presentations by

Shhorai (Colombia)

Zambezi News (Zimbabwe)

Smockey (Burkina Faso)

 

For a full programme and speaker list visit: cultconflictchange.wix.com/powerofhiphop

Steering Group

Richard Bramwell (University of Cambridge)

Eithne Quinn (University of Manchester)

Teresa Bean (In Place of War)

Featuring a programme of academic panels, keynote papers, artist presentations and practitioner provocations, this event harnesses In Place of War’s vast international network of grassroots artists and blends it with a rich selection of researchers exploring issues including but not limited to hip-hop and gender, race, religion, commerce, and conflict.

A day full of rich discussion, unique encounters, thought-provoking papers and academic-artist exchange.

The Power of Hip Hop: EXCHANGE is part of In Place of War’s event series Culture. Conflict. Change. taking place at RichMix throughout 2016. It is proudly funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council, and supported by Index on Censorship.

Find out about the rest of the series here: www.cultconflictchange.wix.com/powerofhiphop 

 

About In Place of War: www.inplaceofwar.net

About Index on Censorship: www.indexoncensorship.org

 

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