AP/SOSC3755 3.0 A: Hip Hop and the City

Offered by: SOSC


Summer 2019





Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

Explores urban space and urban issues through the lens of hip hop culture. Topics include public space and the arts, race and identity, gender and sexuality, crime and policing, and globalization and the global city. Traces the origins of hip hop in the US while using Toronto as a laboratory to understand the relationship between hip hop and Canadian urbanism. Not open to: students in first- and second-year.

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