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NOLA Hip-Hop and Bounce Archive

NOLA Hiphop and Bounce Archive

NOLA Hiphop and Bounce Archive

The NOLA Hiphop and Bounce Archive documents the lively and unique sound of New Orleans hiphop and bounce music. This digital collection contains audio and video interviews with leading hiphop and bounce artists in New Orleans, including rappers, DJs, producers, and record store owners. Interviewees include: including: Mannie Fresh, Mystikal, KLC, Nesby Phips, Dee-1, Partners-n-Crime, Leroy "Precise" Edwards, Ricky B, Black Menace, DJ Raj Smoove, Raw Dizzy, 6-shot, DJ Jubilee, Sinista, Sess 4-5, Truth Universal, DJ Quickie Mart, Impulss, Big Dyce, Skip UTP, DJ EF Cuttin, Nicky da B, DJ Rusty Lazer, Dave Soul, DJ Black n Mild, K Gates, Melaphyre, Allie Baby, Keedy Black, The Show, 10th Ward Buck, Lucky Johnson, DJ Spin, Queen Blackkold Madina and others.

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Masonic Hall, New Orleans

The Architect's Eye

The Architect's Eye

Incorporating drawings from the Southeastern Architectural Archive, this collection documents Louisiana architectural practice in the nineteenth century. Highlights include renderings by the Galliers, Henry Howard, Minard Lafever, James Dakin, James Freret and Thomas Sully.

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Edge of the Bonnet Carre Spillway

Sounds of Louisiana

Sounds of Louisiana

Collected by local sound artists, students, and faculty, this collection of sounds of Louisiana provides an audible history of New Orleans and the surrounding region of interest to composers, cultural historians, geographers, architects, and artists.

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Black Natchez, a film by Edward Pincus

Black Natchez

Black Natchez

Black Natchez, a documentary film by fimmaker Ed Pincus, documents race relations and civil rights efforts in Natchez, Mississippi, following the murder of Wharlest Jackson in February 1965. Pincus' cinema verite style captures attempts to organize and register Black voters and the formation of a self defense group in the Black community in Natchez.

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Sounding Translation

Sounding Translation

Sounding Translation

Sounding Translation is an Internet-accessible interview series that features audio interviews in which translators reflect on the experience of translating contemporary poetry. As an ongoing digitized oral history project, it traces the development of relationships of exchange and collaboration among American poet-translators and their international peers working in languages including Arabic French, German, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese.

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