A Critical Ethnography of Hip-Hop Culture, Language, Identity, and the Politics of Becoming
Conclusion: What’s the Dillio? Towards a New “Ticklish Subject”: Pedagogy of the Imaginary as Integrative Antiracism
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What’s the Dillio?1
Towards a New “Ticklish Subject”: Pedagogy of the Imaginary as Integrative Antiracism
In South Carolina, I had been an African. In Nova Scotia, I had become known as a Loyalist, or a Negro, or both. And now, finally back in Africa, I was seen as a Nova Scotian, and in some respects thought of myself that way too…But even as I learned new words and phrases each day, I wondered just who exactly I was and what I had become…Without…any people with whom I could speak the languages of my childhood, what part of me was still African?
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