By Richard L. Schur

"Richard Schur bargains a provocative view of latest African American cultural politics and the connection among African American cultural creation and highbrow estate law."---Mark Anthony Neal, Duke University"Whites used to possess blacks. Now, they accomplish a lot an identical factor by means of insisting that they 'own' possession. Blacks should not allow them to. A tradition that makes all artists play through its principles will turn out controlling new rules and stifling switch. Richard Schur's superb e-book explains why."---Richard Delgado, Seattle UniversityWhat is the connection among hip-hop and African American tradition within the post--Civil Rights period? Does hip-hop proportion a feedback of yankee tradition or stand as an remoted and particular phenomenon? How have African American texts answered to the expanding position highbrow estate legislation performs in regulating photographs, sounds, phrases, and symbols? Parodies of possession examines how modern African American writers, artists, and musicians have constructed a creative shape that Schur phrases "hip-hop aesthetics." This publication bargains an in-depth exam of a variety of modern African American painters and writers, together with Anna Deavere Smith, Toni Morrison, Adrian Piper, Colson Whitehead, Michael Ray Charles, Alice Randall, and Fred Wilson. Their absence from conversations approximately African American tradition has brought on a false impression concerning the nature of up to date cultural concerns and led to forget in their leading edge responses to the post--Civil Rights period. by way of contemplating their paintings as a cross-disciplinary and particularly African American cultural flow, Schur indicates how a brand new paradigm for creative production has developed.Parodies of possession bargains a large research of post--Civil Rights period tradition and offers the required context for realizing modern debates inside American stories, African American reviews, highbrow estate legislation, African American literature, paintings historical past, and hip-hop reports. Weaving jointly legislations, literature, paintings, and tune, Schur deftly clarifies the conceptual concerns that unify modern African American tradition, empowering this new release of artists, writers, and musicians to criticize how racism maintains to impact our country.Richard L. Schur is Director, Interdisciplinary reports middle, and affiliate Professor of Interdisciplinary stories at Drury college. stopover at the author's web site: representation: Atlas, by means of Fred Wilson. © Fred Wilson, courtesy speed Wildenstein, ny.

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Parodies of ownership: hip-hop aesthetics and intellectual property law

"Richard Schur bargains a provocative view of up to date African American cultural politics and the connection among African American cultural creation and highbrow estate legislation. "---Mark Anthony Neal, Duke University"Whites used to possess blacks. Now, they accomplish a lot an identical factor via insisting that they 'own' possession.

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