H. Samy Alim and Jeff Chang, Series Editors
The University of California Press’s Hip Hop Studies Series represents a landmark moment in scholarly work on Hip Hop Culture. The series publishes critical, accessible books by innovative thinkers exploring Hip Hop’s cultural, musical, social, and political impact around the world—from Los Angeles to London to Lagos and all points beyond and in between. International and interdisciplinary in scope, we welcome authors who seek to engage, challenge, and extend the central theoretical and methodological debates in Hip Hop Studies, research, and scholarship. Like Hip Hop Culture itself, the series advances original, creative, public-facing, social justice-oriented, intellectual work.
H. Samy Alim, University of California, Los Angeles
Jeff Chang, Stanford University
Adam Haupt, University of Cape Town
Joan Morgan, New York University
Mark Anthony Neal, Duke University
Marc Lamont Hill, Temple University
Tricia Rose, Brown University
Cheryl L. Keyes, University of California, Los Angeles
Those interested in submitting to the series should send a proposal, a CV, and a writing sample, preferably from the book project, to H. Samy Alim, Jeff Chang, or Raina Polivka.