ANSO 333 Sociology of Hip-Hop


 This course uses an interdisciplinary and intersectional lens to examine the social, economic, and cultural significance of hip-hop domestically and globally in the post-civil rights era. Drawing on work in hip-hop studies and the fields of sociology, cultural studies, and gender studies, this course roots the genealogy of hip-hop in other musical forms and analyzes hip-hop as a modern and comprehensive expressive form that provides critical reflection on social phenomena.

Not open to first-year students. 

Degree Requirements

Africana Studies Elective
Gender and Sexuality Studies Elective