Hip Deep

Afropop Worldwide

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  1. The Mandé Diaspora in New York City, Part Two


    In the second part of Afropop’s exploration of New York’s Mandé community, we look at the lives Mandé artists have made for themselves in America. This program deals with the urge to escape community to experience American life and music. … Read more »

  2. “An Orientation Towards Life:” Alix Chapman on the Politics of Bounce


    Dr. Alix Chapman is a professor of Comparative Women’s Studies at Spelman College. In his work, he uses anthropological methods to examine the social geography of bounce, contextualizing as a site of lived politics connected to both the broad historical … Read more »

  3. “State of Emergency” Playlist


    Playlist of songs heard on the “State of Emergency” Hip Deep program. Big Youth, “Political Confusion” Jackie Mittoo and Soul Vendors, “Drum Song” (instrumental) Al T Joe, “Independence Time Is Here” Roland Alphonso “Adam’s Apple” (instrumental) Baba Brooks, “Country Town” … Read more »

  4. A Tale of Two Rebellions: How Africans Helped Shape the Future of Islam


    Our Hip Deep edition “A Tale of Two Rebellions,” produced in August, 2007, recounts the stories of two remarkable military campaigns in early Islamic history. Both uprisings take place in the late 9th century, both involve Africans as key players, … Read more »

  5. A Tango with Robert Farris Thompson


    Robert Farris Thompson, the groundbreaking scholar of African art at Yale University, has recently published a splendid new book, “Tango: The Art History of Love” (Pantheon). On this very special episode of Afropop Worldwide’s Hip Deep, Thompson talks to Afropop’s … Read more »

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