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The 2013 Ohio State University Hiphop Literacies Conference: Pedagogies for Social Change

The Ohio State University & The King Arts Complex

Friday, February 15, 2013 at 8:30 AM - Saturday, February 16, 2013 at 10:00 PM (EST)

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IF YOU ARE TRYING TO REGISTER ON OR AFTER FEBRUARY 13TH, REGISTER ONSITE


2013 HIPHOP LITERACIES CONFERENCE: PEDAGOGIES FOR SOCIAL CHANGE

PRESENTED BY THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, THE KING ARTS COMPLEX, THE NATIONAL COUNCIL OF TEACHERS OF ENGLISH ASSEMBLY FOR RESEARCH (NCTEAR), THE GREATER COLUMBUS ARTS COUNCIL, THE OHIO HUMANITIES COUNCIL

(Free and open to the public but you must register)

 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15TH, ACTIVITIES TAKE PLACE AT THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, OHIO UNION, 1739 N. HIGH ST, COLUMBUS, OHIO 43210 & THE HALE BLACK CULTURAL CENTER  153 W. 12TH AVENUE

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16TH, ACTIVITIES TAKE PLACE AT THE KING ARTS COMPLEX, 867 MT. VERNON AVE, 43203--EXCEPT*. FREE TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE BETWEEN CAMPUS & THE KING ARTS COMPLEX.

 DAY ONE

9-11:45 am.                 Opening Session Ohio Union Performance Hall, Morning Keynote

                                        Professor  Martha Diaz, Session I Panels & Roundtables

12-.5:45 pm.                Hale Black Cultural Center, Free Community Lunch (REACHED CAPACITY),

                              [if registering after 1-31-13, please plan for lunch on own]

                              Tribute to Black Music Session II, III, IV Panels & Roundtables,

                              Reception & Poster Presentations

 

6:00-9:00 pm.          Evening Activities Great Hall, Ohio Union, Evening Keynote,

                                         Dr. Christopher Emdin, Reception, and Open Mic Hosted by Quartez Harris

 DAY TWO

 8:45-10:00 am               *Featured Panel New Directions for Research in Hiphop Literacies

                                      Sponsored by the National Council of Teachers of English Assembly for Research

                            (NCTEAR*) “Conversation Circle on Hiphop Literacies [OSU, College Commons 2nd Floor, Ramseyer Hall 29 W. Woodruff Ave., 43210]  Transportation provided from Campus to King Arts Complex after this session.

10:00 am.             Opening Session, Program Director of King Arts Complex (KAC), Mr. Jevon  Collins

11-1:00 pm.          Session I Panels & Roundtables, Lunch  [if registering after 1-31-13, please plan for lunch on own]

1-5:30 pm.            Session II & III Panels & Roundtables, Beat Street Screening

                            Toni Blackman's Rhyme Like A Girl Workshop

 

5:30-6:00 pm.           MC BATTLE

6:00-6:30 pm.           Hip-Hop Fashion Show

6:30-7:00 pm.           Dinner/Reception  [if registering after 1-31-13, please plan for lunch on own]

7:00-7:45 pm.           Celebrity Keynote , YoYo

8:00-10:00 pm.         Concert Featuring Grammy Nominated Hiphop Pioneer, YoYo, MC Toni Blackman and Local and Regional Artists

The complete schedule will be updated as needed and available at http://ehe.osu.edu/conferences/hip-hop-literacies/

 

YoYo School of Hiphop

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Friday, February 15, 2013 at 8:30 AM - Saturday, February 16, 2013 at 10:00 PM (EST)


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The Ohio State University & The King Arts Complex

The HHLC conference puts scholars, artists, educators, youth and the community in dialogue on issues of humanity and equality.  We strive to bring the university and the community together to build! The HHLC is run by volunteer faculty, students and community members.  The Conference is supported by The Office of Diversity & Inclusion, The School of Teaching & Learning, The Multicultural Center, The Frank Hale Black Cultural Center, The Office of Student Life, The Women's Place, The Departments of Dance, English, Theater, Linguistics, Kirwan Institute, LiteracyStudies@OSU, Middle East Studies, DISCO, Women's Studies, Arts & Humanities, African American Studies The Greater Columbus Arts Council, The Ohio Humanities Council, The National Council of Teachers of English Assembly for Research, The Ohio Hiphop Awards, and several community organizations.

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