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As a Kellogg International Scholar, Samuel Cannova researches the role that hip hop culture plays as a tool for social movements. Cannova, an avid listener of rap music, collects and analyzes hip hop artifacts, particularly from African nations including Uganda and South Africa. Largely engaging with literary analysis, media analysis, and ethnography, Cannova supplements his work by conducting research on background historical context of the topic and its international implications.

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Program of Liberal Studies
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Business Economics
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