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September 28, 2007

Corey Brodsky

Corey is a sophomore at the University of Minnesota pursuing a double major in Global Studies and French Studies with a minor in Political Science. He originally comes from Schaumburg, Illinois. His background with music is mainly classical, but he is very excited to be exploring this new genre of music. He also has classical and hip hop dance training and is very interested in the various forms of movement associated with hip hop music. His focus on this project with be a comparative study of different forms of hip hop across the world.

September 19, 2007

Jasmine Omorogbe


Jasmine Omorogbe is a current sophomore at the University of Minnesota- Twin Cities in the Honors College of Liberal Arts. She is originally from North Minneapolis and was raised listening to the beats and lyrics of Hip Hop. Her focus on this project will be examining the lyrics and lessons of rap music. Jasmine's interests in words stems from her background in spoken word poetry. She currently performs but has also performed with Teens Rock the Mic and Quest for the Voice. Jasmine brings a unique and lively perspective to our research team.

September 7, 2007

Opening Thoughts

This is the Weblog for Keitha Hamann's Hip Hop Project, as sponsored by the Multicultural Teaching and Learning Center. I'm very excited to be developing modules to help future educators and therapists understand Hip Hop Culture and use this understanding to plan lessons and clinics. I have a great "crew" working with me, and I will be introducing them to you in future entries.