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The Resource Home girls make some noise : hip hop feminism anthology, edited by Gwendolyn D. Pough [and others]

Home girls make some noise : hip hop feminism anthology, edited by Gwendolyn D. Pough [and others]

Label
Home girls make some noise : hip hop feminism anthology
Title
Home girls make some noise
Title remainder
hip hop feminism anthology
Statement of responsibility
edited by Gwendolyn D. Pough [and others]
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Home Girls Make Some Noise: Hip Hop Feminist Anthology seeks to complicate understandings of Hip-Hop as a male space by including and identifying the women who were always involved with the culture. The anthology explores Hip-Hop as a worldview, as an epistemology grounded in the experiences of communities of color under advanced capitalism, as a cultural site for rearticulating identity and sexual politics. With critical essays, cultural critiques, interviews, personal narratives, fiction, poetry, and artwork. The contributors are varied, from women working within the Hip-Hop sphere, Hip-Hop feminists and activists "on the ground," as well as scholars, writers, and journalists
Cataloging source
HRM
Dewey number
810.809287
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
  • HQ1111
  • HQ1111
LC item number
  • .H66 2007
  • .H66 2007
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Home girls make some noise : hip hop feminism anthology, edited by Gwendolyn D. Pough [and others]
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"Foreword by Mark Anthony Neal; Afteword by Joan Morgan"--Cover
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Foreword, Mark Anthony Neal -- An Introduction of Sorts for Hip-Hop Feminism, Gwendolyn D. Pough -- Section One B-Girls, Femcees, Graf Girls and Lady Deejays: Women Artists in Hip Hop, Rachel Raimist -- Proven Presence: The Emergence of a Feminist Politics in Cuban Hip-Hop, Sujatha Fernandes -- Sista' Outsider: Queer Women of Color and Hip Hop, Eric Darnell Pritchard & Maria L. Bibbs -- With Style and Grace, John Rodriguez -- This DJ, Shaden Tavakoli -- Beyond Every Ceiling Is the Sky, Darlene Anita Scott -- Less Hustle, More Flow: The Role of Women in Hip-Hop Culture, Beatrice Koehler-Derrick -- B-Girl Blues, Darrell Gane-McCalla -- Hip-Hop Moms, Darrell Gane-McCalla -- Lyrical Self-Defense and the Reluctant Female Rapper, Aya de Leon -- It's On the Women: An Interview with Toni Blackman, Elaine Richardson -- Not the Average Girl from the Videos: B-Girls Defining Their Space in Hip-Hop Culture, Alesha Dominck Washington -- Listen, Maya Freelon -- Spit Lyric, Maya Freelon -- Feminist and Material Concerns: Lil' Kim, Destiny's Child, and Questions of Consciousness, Heather Duerre Humann -- I once dreamt of being an emcee, Veronica Bohanan -- Section Two Representin' (for) the Ladies: Issues of Gender and Representation in Hip-Hop Culture, Elaine Richardson -- How To NOT Be 21st Century Venus Hottentots, Fatimah N. Muhammad -- They're Not Talking About Me, Eisa Nefertari Ulen -- "I used to be scared of the dick": Queer women of color and hip-hop masculinity, Andreana Clay, Ph. D. -- ThugNiggaIntellectual, Ayanah Moor -- Whose Pussy Is This? Chyann L. Oliver -- Tip Drills, Strip Clubs, and Representation in the Media: Cultural Reflections and Criticisms from the POV of an African American Female Southern Hip-Hop Scholar, Joycelyn A. Wilson -- If Women Ran Hip Hop, Aya de Leon -- Lil' Kim, Hip-Hop Womanhood, and the Naked Truuf, Elaine Richardson -- Angry Woman, Elan Ferguson -- Expecting the Unexpected, Elan -- We had to redefine 'it' for ourselves, Veronica Bohanan -- Re: Definitions: The name and game of hip-hop feminism, Michael Jeffries -- Grown Girls, Tracey Rose -- Performing Venus, From Hottentot to Video Vixen: The Historical Legacy of Black Female Body Commodification, Kaila Adia Story -- For sepia "colored girls" who have considered self/when hip-hop is enuf, Chyann L. Oliver -- Poem for Taja, Shaden Tavakoli -- Loving Hip-Hop When It Denies Your Humanity: Feminist Struggles and The Source, Shawan M. Worsley -- Section Three That's My Word!: Cultural Critiques of Gender, Sexuality, and Patriarchy in Hip-Hop Culture, Aisha Durham -- Using [Living Hip-Hop] Feminism: Redefining an Answer (to) Rap, Aisha Durham -- Static II, Maya Freelon -- Love and Other Casualties of War, Darlene Anita Scott -- The Count Down, Queen Sheba -- Excavating the Love Below: The State as Patron of the Baby Mama -- Mama and Other Ghetto Hustles, Brittney Cooper -- More than Baby Mamas: Black Mothers and Hip-Hop Feminism -- Can A Good Mother Love Hip-Hop? Confessions of a CrazySexyCool Baby Mama, Tia Smith Cooper -- Ho is Short for Honey, Tina Fakrid-Deen -- Switch, Tara Betts -- The Highest Bidder, Levita D. Mondie-Sapp -- Hip-Hop Feminism at the Political Crossroads: Organizing for Reproductive Justice and Beyond, Kimala Price -- Easy Way Out, Maya Freelon -- Peripheral Vision, Jasmine Hillyer -- SISTERFIRE, Favianna Rodriquez -- Hip-Hop and This One-Woman Show, Stephanie L. Batiste -- Church Burden, Elan -- HIP-HOP HAIKU. Jocelyn James -- Untitled #1,456, Legacy Eyes-of-the-Moon Russell -- Hip-Hop Ventriloquism: From Sexism to Corporate Control, Aya de Leion -- What is Black Culture, Culture Black?: Rebel, Chyann Oliver -- INDESTRUCTIBLE, Favianna Rodriguez -- Gettin' Busy, Goin' Global: A Hip-Hop Feminist Experiences Ghana, Makiba J. Foster -- Can You See Me Now? Am I Clear to You?: A Womanist Manifesto (Redux), Askhar -- Letters to Hip-Hop, Jade Foster -- Afterword, Joan Morgan -- Contributors
Control code
123957643
Dimensions
22 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
ix, 495 pages
Isbn
9781600430107
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)123957643
Label
Home girls make some noise : hip hop feminism anthology, edited by Gwendolyn D. Pough [and others]
Publication
Note
"Foreword by Mark Anthony Neal; Afteword by Joan Morgan"--Cover
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Foreword, Mark Anthony Neal -- An Introduction of Sorts for Hip-Hop Feminism, Gwendolyn D. Pough -- Section One B-Girls, Femcees, Graf Girls and Lady Deejays: Women Artists in Hip Hop, Rachel Raimist -- Proven Presence: The Emergence of a Feminist Politics in Cuban Hip-Hop, Sujatha Fernandes -- Sista' Outsider: Queer Women of Color and Hip Hop, Eric Darnell Pritchard & Maria L. Bibbs -- With Style and Grace, John Rodriguez -- This DJ, Shaden Tavakoli -- Beyond Every Ceiling Is the Sky, Darlene Anita Scott -- Less Hustle, More Flow: The Role of Women in Hip-Hop Culture, Beatrice Koehler-Derrick -- B-Girl Blues, Darrell Gane-McCalla -- Hip-Hop Moms, Darrell Gane-McCalla -- Lyrical Self-Defense and the Reluctant Female Rapper, Aya de Leon -- It's On the Women: An Interview with Toni Blackman, Elaine Richardson -- Not the Average Girl from the Videos: B-Girls Defining Their Space in Hip-Hop Culture, Alesha Dominck Washington -- Listen, Maya Freelon -- Spit Lyric, Maya Freelon -- Feminist and Material Concerns: Lil' Kim, Destiny's Child, and Questions of Consciousness, Heather Duerre Humann -- I once dreamt of being an emcee, Veronica Bohanan -- Section Two Representin' (for) the Ladies: Issues of Gender and Representation in Hip-Hop Culture, Elaine Richardson -- How To NOT Be 21st Century Venus Hottentots, Fatimah N. Muhammad -- They're Not Talking About Me, Eisa Nefertari Ulen -- "I used to be scared of the dick": Queer women of color and hip-hop masculinity, Andreana Clay, Ph. D. -- ThugNiggaIntellectual, Ayanah Moor -- Whose Pussy Is This? Chyann L. Oliver -- Tip Drills, Strip Clubs, and Representation in the Media: Cultural Reflections and Criticisms from the POV of an African American Female Southern Hip-Hop Scholar, Joycelyn A. Wilson -- If Women Ran Hip Hop, Aya de Leon -- Lil' Kim, Hip-Hop Womanhood, and the Naked Truuf, Elaine Richardson -- Angry Woman, Elan Ferguson -- Expecting the Unexpected, Elan -- We had to redefine 'it' for ourselves, Veronica Bohanan -- Re: Definitions: The name and game of hip-hop feminism, Michael Jeffries -- Grown Girls, Tracey Rose -- Performing Venus, From Hottentot to Video Vixen: The Historical Legacy of Black Female Body Commodification, Kaila Adia Story -- For sepia "colored girls" who have considered self/when hip-hop is enuf, Chyann L. Oliver -- Poem for Taja, Shaden Tavakoli -- Loving Hip-Hop When It Denies Your Humanity: Feminist Struggles and The Source, Shawan M. Worsley -- Section Three That's My Word!: Cultural Critiques of Gender, Sexuality, and Patriarchy in Hip-Hop Culture, Aisha Durham -- Using [Living Hip-Hop] Feminism: Redefining an Answer (to) Rap, Aisha Durham -- Static II, Maya Freelon -- Love and Other Casualties of War, Darlene Anita Scott -- The Count Down, Queen Sheba -- Excavating the Love Below: The State as Patron of the Baby Mama -- Mama and Other Ghetto Hustles, Brittney Cooper -- More than Baby Mamas: Black Mothers and Hip-Hop Feminism -- Can A Good Mother Love Hip-Hop? Confessions of a CrazySexyCool Baby Mama, Tia Smith Cooper -- Ho is Short for Honey, Tina Fakrid-Deen -- Switch, Tara Betts -- The Highest Bidder, Levita D. Mondie-Sapp -- Hip-Hop Feminism at the Political Crossroads: Organizing for Reproductive Justice and Beyond, Kimala Price -- Easy Way Out, Maya Freelon -- Peripheral Vision, Jasmine Hillyer -- SISTERFIRE, Favianna Rodriquez -- Hip-Hop and This One-Woman Show, Stephanie L. Batiste -- Church Burden, Elan -- HIP-HOP HAIKU. Jocelyn James -- Untitled #1,456, Legacy Eyes-of-the-Moon Russell -- Hip-Hop Ventriloquism: From Sexism to Corporate Control, Aya de Leion -- What is Black Culture, Culture Black?: Rebel, Chyann Oliver -- INDESTRUCTIBLE, Favianna Rodriguez -- Gettin' Busy, Goin' Global: A Hip-Hop Feminist Experiences Ghana, Makiba J. Foster -- Can You See Me Now? Am I Clear to You?: A Womanist Manifesto (Redux), Askhar -- Letters to Hip-Hop, Jade Foster -- Afterword, Joan Morgan -- Contributors
Control code
123957643
Dimensions
22 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
ix, 495 pages
Isbn
9781600430107
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)123957643

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