A Critical Ethnography of Hip-Hop Culture, Language, Identity, and the Politics of Becoming
Introduction: Black Don’t Crack Marking the Unmarked: A Critical Ethnography of Becoming
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Marking the Unmarked: A Critical Ethnography of Becoming
In speaking, the act that the body is performing is never fully understood; the body is the blindspot of speech…[Therefore] there is what is said, and then there is a kind of saying that the bodily “instrument” of the utterance performs. (Butler, 1997, p. 11)
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