European cultural politics have been at the forefront of many recent conversations on migration, xenophobia, and nationalism, particularly in the wake of Great Britain’s 2016 decision to exit the European Union. Both scholarly and popular media discussions about the future of the European political order tend to frame their views around populist and nationalist ideologies and therefore fail to acknowledge the significance of longer histories of racialized imperialism and colonial intervention. Although the field of postcolonial studies has linked various forms of cultural production to colonial discourse, few scholars of postcolonialism have seriously examined popular music. Whereas the global reach of hip hop has long been...
Book Review: Flip the Script: European Hip Hop and the Politics of Postcoloniality by J. Griffith Rollefson
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Meghan Drury; Book Review: Flip the Script: European Hip Hop and the Politics of Postcoloniality by J. Griffith Rollefson. Journal of Popular Music Studies 1 March 2018; 30 (1-2): 179–182. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/jpms.2018.000007
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