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Editor's Preface
Special Issue
Cover: YOUR ROLL Ayanah Moor  
V Preface Paula J. Giddings
I Introduction Janell Hobson and R. Dianne Bartlow
HIP HOP (AND) FEMINISM  
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Hip-Hop Hegemony

Janell Hobson

19 "Under Construction": Identifying Foundations of Hip-Hop Feminism and Exploring Bridges between Black Second-Wave and Hip-Hop Feminism Whitney A. Peoples
53 "Like an Old Soul Record": Black Feminism, Queer Sexuality, and the Hip-Hop Generation Andreana Clay
74 Hotep and Hip-Hop: Can Black Muslim Women Be Down with Hip-Hop? Anaya McMurray
SIGHT AND SOUND
93 "Roll it Gal": Alison Hinds, Female Empowerment, and Calypso Jennifer Thorington Springer
130 Las Krudas, Spatial Practice, and the performance of Diaspora Ronnie Armstead
144 Meri Awaaz Suno: Women, Vocality, and nation in Hindi Cinema Pavitra Sundar
180 "All That You Can't Leave Behind": Black Female Soul Singing and the Politics of Surrogation in the Age of Catastrophe Daphne A. Brooks
RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE
205 Still Ayanah Moor
211 "Drop It Like It's Hot": Culture Industry Laborers and Their Perspectives on Rap Music Video Production Mako Fitts
236 The Essence of Res(ex)pectability: Black Women's neogitaion of Black Feminity in Rap Music and Music Video Shanara R. Reid-Brinkley
261 Hip-Hop Honeys and Da Hustlaz: Black Sexualities in the New Hip-Hop Pornography Shanara R. Reid-Brinkley
293 Women, Pop Music, and Pornography Meredith LeVande
322 About the Contributors  
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Guidelines for Contributors
 
 
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