CENTER BLACK BUSINESS HISTORY, ENTREPRENEURSHIP, TECHNOLOGY (CBBH) at The University of Texas at Austin Announces Its Forthcoming Second Conference, 27,28,29,30 October 2005.
SELLING BLACKNESS AND GETTING PAID:
HIP HOP ENTREPRENEURS AND BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
The purpose of this conference is to examine the specifics of the multiplicity of business activities and profits generated from all aspects of the Hip Hop industry.
This is an interdisciplinary conference and the CBBH welcomes proposals for both individual papers and panel presentations of on all aspects of the business activities and economic history of the Hip Hop Industry. The conference aims to bring together people from different areas, disciplines, professions and interests to share ideas on the business of Hip Hop, its impact and economic implications for African Americans and the global community in the twenty-first century. Independent scholars, graduate students and non-academic affiliates are welcome to submit conference paper proposals.
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