The next presents discussions of rap and important spiritual considerations, including on the topic of death. The final unit wrestles with ways to theologize about the relationship between the sacred and the profane in rap. It foregrounds the spiritual and religious dimensions of rap music and the genre's interpolation and critique of Buddhist, Islamic, Christian, Rastafarian, and Humanist thought in an unprecedented way.
- Culture, Politics and Sport: Blowing the Whistle, Revisited (Routledge Critical Studies in Sport).
- Hip to Knit: 18 Contemporary Projects for Todays Knitter (Hip to . . . Series)?
The essays collected here brim with the energy of discovery and engagement, and leave no doubt that Tupac, KRS-One, and Queen Latifah are carrying on the tradition of Al Green, Mahalia Jackson, and the 'black unknown bards' who forged a redemptive vision in the fires of a furnace that continues to burn. This is clearly a definitive work worth reading.
- Noise and spirit : the religious and spiritual sensibilities of rap music.
- How to Age Gracefully.
- El retorno de los bárbaros (Trilogía Política nº 3) (Spanish Edition);
New York University Press is proud to make many of our titles available in eBook editions. Below is the list of vendors that carry our titles in electronic format. The tie that binds these essays is the overarching exploration of the relationship between rap music and in particular, black religiosity. A number of essays use specialized language that may discourage the general reader, but those with a serious interest in rap music and contemporary forms of black religiosity will want to persevere. Upper-division undergraduates through faculty. Thank you for using the catalog.
Noise and Spirit
Making a world with a beat: African American Christian rap: Floyd-Thomas -- Rap, reggae, and religion: Pinn -- Rap and issues of "spirit" and "spirituality. Perkinson -- The spirit is willing and so is the flesh: Johnson -- Rap and the art of "theologizing. Banfield -- Rap, religion, and new realities: Rap Music -- Religious aspects.
Summary Rap music is often seen as a Black secular response to pressing issues of our time. Choice Review Much of the literature on rap music is written in response to academic and popular indictments that brand hip-hop culture as perverse or pathological. Making a World with a Beat: Facing "Truth" and Resisting It p. Floyd-Thomas 3 Rap, Reggae, and Religion: Sounds of Cultural Dissonance p.
Project MUSE - Noise and Spirit
Exploring Rap's Humanist Sensibilities p. Rap as Spiritual Practice p. The Queen in Hip-Hop Culture p.
Markets, Morals, and the "Theologizing" of Music p.