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This book investigates how practitioners of Hip Hop negotiate identity and belonging in contemporary Israel. An interdisciplinary, ethnographic approach illustrates how practitioners embody the paradox of political disparity and co-existence through their eclectic musical idiom and through the social aspects of the music-making process.…mehr

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This book investigates how practitioners of Hip Hop negotiate identity and belonging in contemporary Israel. An interdisciplinary, ethnographic approach illustrates how practitioners embody the paradox of political disparity and co-existence through their eclectic musical idiom and through the social aspects of the music-making process.

Autorenporträt
Mirana L. Crowdus is a Research Associate at the European Centre for Jewish Music in Hanover, Germany. The common thread driving her work is an engagement with Jewish identity and musical expression. She completed her MPhil in 2011 at the University of Cambridge, and her PhD at City University London in 2016.