The Cornell Hip Hop Collection Resources

Cornell’s Hip Hop Collection:

Guide to the Cornell University Library Hip Hop Collection
http://rmc.library.cornell.edu/ead/htmldocs/RMM08021.html

Joe Conzo, Hip Hop's First Photographer
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWRJS0O0ELk

Joe Conzo's photographs:
http://www.joeconzo.com/v2/html/about.html

Johan Kugelberg talks about the origins of the collection:
http://libecast.library.cornell.edu/items/hiphop.html

Celebrating the Origins of Hip Hop:
http://communications.library.cornell.edu/com/exhibitions/hiphop/index.cfm

Conference Videos on CornellCast:

Hip Hop Histories: Dedication of the Cornell Hip Hop Collection
Remarks by noted hip hop scholar and journalist Jeff Chang and others.

A Conversation with Hip Hop's Pioneers
Panel featuring Afrika Bambaataa talks about the origins of hip hop.

What Happens When Hip Hop is Archived?
A panel of scholars, collectors, and archivists discuss the archiving hip hop and its consequences for hip hop studies.

Teaching Hip Hop: A Lecture and Discussion
Mark Anthony Neal kicks off audience discussion about teaching hip hop.

Hip Hop Futures: A Lecture and Discussion
Author Tricia Rose addresses the current and future state of hip hop culture.

Hip Hop Communities:

Universal Zulu Nation:
http://www.zulunation.com/afrika.html

Hip Hop Portal:
http://www.hiphoparchive.org/