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Undergrad Presents at Tulane Conference

Published January 15, 2014

Senior Art History major Kimber Chewning  presented her research at the 2013 Hip Hop, Gender, and Sexuality Conference held December 5 and 6th, 2013 at Tulane University. The conference was sponsored by the Anna Julia Cooper Project and Melissa Harris-Perry.  Chewning presented the paper “Check the System: Acts of Subversion and Self-Assertion in Black Gay Male Rappers” as a part of the panel, “Contested Manhood: Masculinity in Hip Hop.” Her paper developed out of a Sociology of Hip Hop class she took at FSU.

Her travel was supported by a grant from FSU’s Undergraduate Council for Research and Creativity.

Kimber Chewning Tulane