Tricia Rose
Lecture, "Soul Sonic Forces:
Technology, Orality, and Black Cultural Practice in Rap Music"
October 8, 1993

Tricia Rose lectured on Black popular culture and music in Curtin Hall 175 on October 8, 1993 prior to the release of her groundbreaking book, Black Noise: Rap Music and Black Culture in Contemporary America (1994). Today, Professor Rose is a Professor of Africana Studies at Brown University and continues her intellectual sojourn in Black culture and Hip Hop music.

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