#LASA2015 Highlight: Author Interview with Jedrek Mularski, author of Music, Politics, and Nationalism in Latin America
The following is an interview with Jedrek Mularski, author of Music, Politics, and Nationalism In Latin America: Chile During the Cold War Era: Question: Why did you decide to write Music, Politics, and Nationalism in Latin America? Jedrek Mularski: In addition to being a Latin American historian by profession, I have had a strong interest…
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An excellent article from Inside Higher Ed regarding scholarship in the humanities, in which William (Bro) Adams, the head of the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), said on Thursday that he wants to push humanities scholarship to become more directly connected to helping address the nation’s contemporary problems. There are also encouraging numbers from…
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Cambria Press Must-See Video! Love or Hate Rap? Think gangster rap and hip hop are the same thing? You need to watch this!
Cambria Press is proud to be the first academic publisher to bring out a book on this topic related to rap music. Whether you love or hate rap, the fact is that rap music and its gangster rap variant are now far too important and influential in American life to be ignored by the general…
NEW PUBLICATION: Gangster Rap and Its Social Cost is now available! Read the rave reviews by scholars for this book!
Cambria Press is pleased to announce that Gangster Rap and Its Social Cost: Exploiting Hip Hop and Using Racial Stereotypes to Entertain America by Professor Benjamin P. Bowser is now available. Rap music and its gangster rap variant are now far too important and influential in American life to be ignored by the general public…