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Sinead O’Connor was once seen as a sacrilegious rebel, but her...

Brenna Moore, Fordham University When news broke July 26, 2023, that the gifted Irish singer Sinead O’Connor had died,...

Deaf rappers who lay down rhymes in sign languages are changing...

Katelyn Best, West Virginia University In April 2023, DJ Supalee hosted Supafest Reunion 2023 to celebrate entertainers and promoters...

Street scrolls: The beats, rhymes and spirituality of Latin hip-hop

Alejandro Nava, University of Arizona As a first-generation college graduate and a Latino from a family that constantly scrambled...

Barbara Kingsolver’s ‘Demon Copperhead’ and the enduring devastation of the opioid crisis

William Nash, Middlebury Barbara Kingsolver’s literary honors range from the National Book Prize of South Africa to the PEN/Faulkner...

Harry Belafonte leveraged stardom for social change, his powerful voice always...

Aram Goudsouzian, University of Memphis In May 1963, as civil rights demonstrations rocked the city of Birmingham, Alabama, Harry...

Thanksgiving hymns are a few centuries old, tops – but biblical...

David W. Stowe, Michigan State University Thanksgiving doesn’t ring in the ear for months on end, unlike another holiday...

Why I teach a course connecting Taylor Swift’s songs to the...

Elizabeth Scala, The University of Texas at Austin College of Liberal Arts Unusual Courses is...

Rock music has had sympathy for God as well as the...

David W. Stowe, Michigan State University After three multiplatinum and six platinum albums, 30 million albums sold and more...

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