It's How You Flip It: Multiple Perspectives on Hip-Hop and Music Education
The cultural practices of hip-hop have been among people's favorite forms of popular culture for decades. Due to this popularity, rap, breaking, graffiti, beatboxing and other practices have entered the field of education. At the intersection of hip-hop and music education, scholars, artists, and educators cooperate in this volume to investigate topics such as representations of gangsta rap in school textbooks, the possibilities and limits of working with hip-hop in an intersectional critical music pedagogy context, and the reflection of hip-hop artists on their work in music education institutions. In addition, the contributors provide ideas for how research and theory can be transferred and applied to music educational practice.
- Publisher: Transcript Publishing
- Publish Date: Jun 27th, 2024
- Pages: 280
- Language: English
- Dimensions: 0.00in - 0.00in - 0.00in - 0.00lb
- EAN: 9783837666670
- Categories: • History & Criticism - General• Popular Culture
About the Author
Eusterbrock, Linus: - Linus Eusterbrock is a research assistant at the Department of Arts and Music at Universität zu Köln, Germany. He studied musicology and philosophy in Cologne and Paris. After working at the Philharmonie Luxembourg and teaching in secondary schools, he obtained a PhD from the Universität Köln. His research interests include digital music practices, Hip-Hop in the music classroom, and music education & climate change.
Kattenbeck, Chris: - Chris Kattenbeck works as a research assistant at the Department of Arts and Music at Universität zu Köln. He holds degrees in music and history (M.Ed.) as well as musicology (M.A.) and did his PhD on the artistic agency of hip-hop-beatmakers. His research interests lie at the intersection of music education, cultural studies, and popular music studies.
Kautny, Oliver: - Oliver Kautny is a professor of music education at Universität zu Köln. His work focuses on the interface between intercultural music education, popular music education and popular music studies. In 2021, he founded the Cologne Hip Hop Institute at the University of Cologne.
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