Kresge Library

The Women and Gender Studies Program 30th Annual Film Festival
hip hop

More About the Films:

Say My Name

Review from Hip Hop Archive

Review from "Films by and about Women" Blog by Swarthmore College Feminist Film& Media Studies Students

Synopsis from Women Make Movies

Grrl Love and Revolution

Review from Video Librarian

History of Riot Grrrl NYC

Synopsis from Women Make Movies

More About The Foundation:

Huffington Post

Facebook page

Some Library Resources on the Riot Grrrl Movement & Women in Hip Hop:

Hobson, J. & Bartlow, R. D. (2008). Introduction: Representin': Women, hip-hop, and popular music. Meridians 8(1), pp. 1-14.

Ogbar, J. O. G. (2007). Hip-hop revolution: The culture and politics of rap. Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas.

Wald, G. & Gottlieb, J. (1993). Smells like teen spirit: Riot grrrls, revolution, and women in independent rock. Critical Matrix 7(2), pp. 11-25.

For more information:

CLICK anywhere on the image or contact Jo Reger, Director/Women and Gender Studies Program/reger@oakland.edu/248-370-2575

 


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