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THR: Jay-Z’s Lyrics Analyzed as Subject of College Course

by Sophie Schillaci The class, titled “Sociology of Hip-Hop: Jay-Z,” is currently offered at Georgetown University. Jay-Z may not have attended college, but his lyrics have provided the subject matter for a course in his name at Georgetown University. Sociology … Continue reading

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Education Week Teacher: How Jay-Z Can Help Us Remix Education

By José Vilson Recently, I bought “Watch The Throne,” Jay-Z and Kanye West’s collaborative album. Since Jay-Z’s debut album “Reasonable Doubt,” he’s undergone a metamorphosis: from a young spitfire to a mature statesman, reigning over the hip-hop community lyrically and … Continue reading

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