Before he became an assistant professor at Clemson, Kumanyika was in the hip-hop group “The Spooks,” which had several gold and platinum records in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Kumanyika became a mentor to Carson and provided literature and insight on theory and methodology that informed his dissertation. “A.D. Carson’s virtuosic musical performance and composition, his scholarly.
A.D. Carson is a student in Clemson University studying rhetorics, communication and information design, and his 34-track hip hop album titled Owning My Masters: The Rhetorics of Rhymes and.Chenjerai Kumanyika, a Clemson professor and former hip-hop musician of the hip-hop group “The Spooks” took on Carson as a mentee to provide insight and guidance on his dissertation. “A.D. Carson’s virtuosic musical performance and composition, his scholarly rigor and his deep literacy with African-American cultural production are all on display in his mostly completed dissertation.Posted February 21, 2017 Clemson University doctoral student A.D. Carson is turning in a 34-track rap album he produced instead of writing a dissertation. As more colleges are opening their.
A.D. Carson, who earned his PhD from Clemson University, just took on a job at the University of Virginia: assistant professor of hip hop and the global south. Georgie Silvarole Independent Mail.
The Clemson Grad Who Rapped His Dissertation Just Became a Hip-Hop Professor Author: Georgie Silvarole (Independent Mail, wltx) Published: 10:34 PM EDT July 4, 2017.
A series of lyrics could make history at Clemson University when a doctoral candidate submits a rap album for his dissertation. A.D. Carson, a doctoral candidate, is trying to earn the highest.
A year into his new role at the University of Virginia as Professor of Hip-Hop, A.D. Carson released “Sleepwalking 2.” Carson garnered national attention the previous May when he earned his PhD from Clemson University by submitting his dissertation, “Owning My Masters: The Rhetorics of Rhymes and Revolutions,” in the form of a rap album.
Chenjerai Kumanyika, a Clemson professor and former hip-hop musician of the hip-hop group “The Spooks” took on Carson as a mentee to provide insight and guidance on his dissertation.
MARTIN: What you just heard was a sample of A.D. Carson's 34-song hip-hop album. It was also his dissertation for his doctorate, which he received from Clemson University this past May. The.
Now an assistant professor of hip-hop at the University of Virginia, Carson is a product of Decatur schools. He attracted notoriety last year with his dissertation at Clemson University, which was.
Clemson University doctoral candidate A. We have found an existing account for the email address. Get diswertation free daily newsletter. And it’s a composition course for music students, but we’ll also do some history around hip-hop and the writing of rap songs. A Rap Album Ph.D. Dissertation at Clemson. Opinions on Inside Higher Ed. Using.
A Clemson University Ph.D. candidate decided to forgo a traditional dissertation for a more creative platform: a 34-track rap album. A.D. Carson wanted to use hip-hop and spoken word to explore the areas of identity, justice economics, citizenship and language for his rhetorics, communication and information design program. So he wrote and produced “Owning My Masters: The Rhetorics of Rhymes.
Darryl Robertson: Please tell us more about your dissertation topic. What inspired you to make a hip-hop album to defend your dissertation? A.D. Carson: “Owning My Masters” is a digital archive of original rap music and spoken word poetry.Rather than theorizing about hip-hop, my project “does” this work through the genre of hip-hop. We know the study of hip-hop has assisted in pushing.
A.D. Carson just scored, arguably, the dopest job in academia.
And recently, Clemson University doctoral student A.D. Carson produced a rap album for his dissertation. The album, “Owning My Masters: The Rhetorics of Rhymes and Revolutions” uses hip-hop to explore such ideas as identity, justice, economics, citizenship and language.
Doctoral student's thesis is a rap album 1149 days ago A student at Clemson University in South Carolina challenged the status quo when he decided to present his PhD dissertation as a rap album. A.D Carson combined his passion for activism, poetry, hip hop and academia in producing his thesis.
Hip-Hop Professor, Rapper A.D. Carson to Visit Syracuse Feb. 5 for Black History Month. The University observes Black History Month with a visit by A.D. Carson, a hip-hop scholar who created a popular rap album to defend his Ph.D. dissertation at Clemson University. A.D. Carson Carson, assistant professor of hip-hop and the global South at the University of Virginia (UVA), will discuss 'Owning.