Defending the Importance of Hip-Hop Scholarship

Left of Black interviews the editor of the new book The Cultural Impact of Kanye West.

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Julius Bailey, Regina Bradley and Mark Anthony Neal

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Left of Black host Mark Anthony Neal is joined by Julius Bailey, assistant professor of philosophy at Wittenberg University, and Regina Bradley, an instructor of English and interdisciplinary studies at Kennesaw State University. They are discussing the importance of hip-hop studies and the use of social media in hip-hop scholarship.

Recently Bradley contributed to and Bailey edited the volume The Cultural Impact of Kanye West.

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