Sunday, May 24, 2015

A Notebook on Jay Z

2016
• November 9: Jay Z By the Numbers - Kenton Rambsy and Howard Rambsy II
• November 3: Why Jay Z? 4 Reasons - Kenton Rambsy and Howard Rambsy II
• October 17: William J. Harris, Bob Dylan, Jay Z & Secondary Literature - Kenton Rambsy and Howard Rambsy II
• April 18: Jay Z, African American literary studies & digital humanities - Kenton Rambsy and Howard Rambsy II
• March 28: Sampling & Signifying: The Music of Jay Z - Kenton Rambsy and Howard Rambsy II
• February 23: Covering Jay Z in Af-Am lit at SIUE & UTA, Pt. 3 - Kenton Rambsy and Howard Rambsy II
• February 15: "Like" on Reasonable Doubt - Kenton Rambsy and Howard Rambsy II
• February 15: Jay Z, Reasonable Doubt, and Similes - Kenton Rambsy and Howard Rambsy II
• February 12: Covering Jay Z in Af-Am lit at SIUE & UTA, Pt. 2 - Kenton Rambsy and Howard Rambsy II

2015
• November 16: Covering Jay Z in Af-Am. lit. courses at SIUE & UTA - Kenton Rambsy and Howard Rambsy II
• March 7: Jay Z & Jean-Michel Basquiat as poets

2014
• September 23: Poetry, Jay Z, Jack Johnson & Conversations
• March 27: Jay Z, Jay Electronica, and a notable practice among black poets
• March 23: Jay Electronica, Jay Z and Black Consciousness

2013
• June 17: Jay-Z & Big Data: Mark Anthony Neal Decodes S. Carter
• May 24: Jay-Z's Cosmopolitanism: Notes from Mark Anthony Neal's Looking for Leroy

2011
• December 27: The Coverage of Michael Eric Dyson's Jay-Z Course
• November 23: College classes on "The Wire" and Jay-Z
• November 12: Jay-Z, Adam Bradley, & the Rap-Poetry Conversations

2010
• January 9: "Jay-Z is black black."

Related:
An Extended Notebook on the works of writers & artists
African American Language and Culture Lab

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