Maki Motapanyane, PhD

FOR THE LOVE OF LIBERATORY EDUCATION

Resources

Community: Women's/Gender Studies and Hip-Hop in Schools

♦Yeah, What She Said! CJSW 90.9 FM, "Gender and hip hop culture": "This semester [Dr. Maki Motapanyane] has been teaching a course on Race, Femininity & Representation. One of the assignments was for students to conduct informal opinion surveys about hip hop culture and gender among their peers. After the interviews, the students analyzed the common themes from the respondents' answers, then come on the radio show to share some of their findings." Original air date: December 9, 2013. To listen to this podcast, click here.

Yeah, What She Said! CJSW 90.9 FM, "Motherhood and hip-hop: An interview with Dr. Maki Motapanyane, editor of the book Mothering in Hip-Hop Culture: Representation and Experience." Original air date: December 10, 2012. To listen to this podcast, click here.

♦Elizabeth St. Phillip (Dir.), Breaking In: The Making of a Hip Hop Dancer. National Film Board of Canada, 2005, DVD.  

♦Judith McKeown and Mark Campbell, Breaking In: The Making of a Hip Hop Dancer Teacher's Guide. 

♦Karen Richardson and Steven Green, eds. T-Dot Griots: An Anthology of Toronto's Black Storytellers.Trafford, 2004. Mustard Seed Media