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Vol. 29, No. 3, Summer, 2006

Hip-Hop Music and Culture

Table of Contents

  1. Front Matter (pp. i-825)
  2. [Photograph]: The Cipher in Code (detail 1) (p. 713)
    Torkwase Dyson
  3. Hip_Hop Now: An Introduction (pp. 714-716)
    R. Scott Heath
  4. [Photograph]: The Cipher in Code (detail 2) (p. 717)
    Torkwase Dyson
  5. Soundtrack (pp. 718-724)
    Gregory Pardlo
  6. [Photographs] (pp. 725-727)
    Jati Lindsay and Andrew Gura
  7. An Interview with Saul Williams (pp. 728-736)
    Robert Walsh and Saul Williams
  8. [Photograph] (p. 737)
    Jati Lindsay
  9. The Breaker's Pose (p. 738)
    Ronaldo V. Wilson
  10. The Breaker's Performance (p. 739)
    Ronaldo V. Wilson
  11. [Photograph] (p. 740)
    Jati Lindsay
  12. "Excursions": A Conversation with Yusef Komunyakaa (pp. 741-750)
    Kyle G. Dargan and Yusef Komunyakaa
  13. Forgetting (p. 751)
    Bryant Smith
  14. [Photograph] (p. 752)
    Jati Lindsay
  15. An Interview with Moya Bailey (pp. 753-760)
    Faedra Chatard Carpenter and Moya Bailey
  16. Switch (pp. 761-762)
    Tara Betts
  17. [Photograph] (p. 763)
    Jati Lindsay
  18. An Interview with Joan Morgan (pp. 764-772)
    Faedra Chatard Carpenter and Joan Morgan
  19. Elvis in the Inner City (p. 773)
    Jose B. Gonzalez
  20. [Photographs] (pp. 774-775)
    Jati Lindsay
  21. An Interview with Touré (pp. 776-782)
    Robert Walsh and Touré
  22. Rap (p. 783)
    David Mills
  23. [Photographs] (pp. 784-785)
    Jati Lindsay
  24. An Interview with Michael Eric Dyson (pp. 786-802)
    Meta DuEwa Jones and Michael Eric Dyson
  25. Elegy for Mister Rogers (pp. 803-804)
    Curtis Crisler
  26. Beatdown in Baltimore (p. 805)
    Curtis Crisler
  27. Introduction (pp. 806-807)
    Curtis Crisler
  28. An Interview with Gwendolyn D. Pough (pp. 808-814)
    Faedra Chatard Carpenter and Gwendolyn D. Pough
  29. [Photograph] (p. 815)
    Jati Lindsay
  30. An Interview with Jean Grae (pp. 816-821)
    Robert Walsh and Jean Grae
  31. [Photograph] (p. 822)
    Jati Lindsay
  32. Hip Hop Nation (p. 823)
    Kevin Simmonds
  33. [Photograph] (p. 826)
    Brooke Claggett
  34. Black on Both Sides: A Conversation with Iona Rozeal Brown (pp. 827-833)
    Lyneise Williams and Iona Rozeal Brown
  35. Black, for Butter (pp. 843-844)
    Aracelis Girmay
  36. [Photograph] (p. 845)
    Jati Lindsay
  37. True Heads: Historicizing the Hip_Hop "Nation" in Context (pp. 846-866)
    R. Scott Heath
  38. [Photograph] (p. 867)
    Jati Lindsay
  39. Giving up Hip-Hop's Firstborn: A Quest for the Real after the Death of Sampling (pp. 868-892)
    Wayne Marshall
  40. [Photographs] (pp. 893-894)
    Jati Lindsay
  41. "Dead Prezence": Money and Mortal Themes in Hip Hop Culture (pp. 895-909)
    James Peterson
  42. [Photograph]: Ascension (Put Your Hands in the Air) (p. 910)
    Krista Franklin
  43. Biggie Envy and the Gangsta Sublime (pp. 911-938)
    Michael S. Collins
  44. Chicano Rap Roots: Black-Brown Cultural Exchange and the Making of a Genre (pp. 939-955)
    Pancho McFarland
  45. "The Natti Ain't no Punk City": Emic Views of Hip Hop Cultures (pp. 969-990)
    H. Samy Alim
  46. [Photograph] (pp. 991-992)
    Leandre K. Jackson
  47. The Fluoroscope of Brooklyn Hip Hop: Talib Kweli in Conversation (pp. 993-1011)
    James G. Spady and Talib Kweli
  48. [Photograph] (pp. 1012-1015)
    Jati Lindsay
  49. Back Matter (pp. 1016-1024)