Fellowships: Hiphop Archive and Research Institute (HARI)

The Hiphop Archive and Research Institute Fellowship provides a residential appointment at the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research. This resident appointment provides considerable benefits, including the following: office space, computer and technology support in Harvard Square, use of a research assistant and full access to the extensive research and library resources of Harvard University. Further information about the Hutchins Center and an Archive Fellow's joint appointment may be found here: http://hutchinscenter.fas.harvard.edu/fellows-program.

2019 Fellows:

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Bakari Kitwana Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellow
The Hip-Hop and Presidential Elections Video Archive
Stacey Robinson Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellowship
Sankofatopia

Previous Fellows:

9th Wonder Hiphop Archive & Research Institute Fellowship
These Are The Breaks
Akua Naru Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellowship
The Keeper Project
BETTINA L. LOVE NASIR JONES HIPHOP FELLOWSHIP
Get Free: Hip Hop Civics Education
CHRISTOPHER EMDIN HIPHOP ARCHIVE & RESEARCH INSTITUTE FELLOWSHIP
S.T.E.M. with no root bears no fruit: Colloquial appropriations of canonical science in contemporary hip-hop
CHRISTOPHER MASSENBURG Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellowship
Lyricism in Hiphop
Damon Burchell Sajnani Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellowship
Deepening Democracy ‘Galsen’ Style: HipHop and Civil Society in Senega
DAWN-ELISSA FISCHER HIPHOP ARCHIVE & RESEARCH INSTITUTE FELLOWSHIP
Decoding 'AfroAsia' in Hiphop, Anime and Manga
Giuseppe Pipitone Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellowship
How's Life in London
Harry Allen Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellowship
The Hypertext: Analyzing the Data and Assembly of Hiphop Musical Recordings for Narrative Purposes
JAQUELINE SANTOS HIPHOP ARCHIVE & RESEARCH INSTITUTE FELLOWSHIP
Blacks, Young People and Hip Hoppers
JOHN JENNINGS NASIR JONES HIPHOP FELLOWSHIP
Remixing The Trap: Race, Space, and the Speculative South
JOYCELYN WILSON HIPHOP ARCHIVE & RESEARCH INSTITUTE FELLOWSHIP
The Miseducation of Hip-Hop: Cross-Generational Methodologies for Gaining Clearer Interpretations of the Leadership Language of the Post-Civil Rights/Millennium Generation
Lakeyta Bonnette-Bailey Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellowship
What's on Your Radio?: Political Rap Music and Racial Attitudes
MARK ANTHONY NEAL HIPHOP ARCHIVE & RESEARCH INSTITUTE FELLOWSHIP
What if the Greensboro Four Had Twitter? Social Justice in the Age of Social Media and Hip-Hop
Martha Diaz NASIR JONES HIPHOP FELLOWSHIP
Time Is Illmatic: The Journey, Music, and Legacy of Nasir Jones
MURRAY FORMAN NASIR JONES HIPHOP FELLOWSHIP
Old in the Game: Age and Aging in Hip-Hop
Pablo V. Herrera Veitia Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellowship
Hearing Afro-Cuban Rap
Regina N. Bradley Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellowship
Chronicling Stankonia: Recognizing America’s Hip Hop South
TAHIR HEMPHILL HIPHOP ARCHIVE & RESEARCH INSTITUTE FELLOWSHIP
The Hip-Hop Word Count: Rap Research Groups
Tef Poe HIPHOP ARCHIVE & RESEARCH INSTITUTE FELLOWSHIP
Universe of Insanity: Culture Shock in the Black American Experience
THEODORE MILLER HIPHOP ARCHIVE & RESEARCH INSTITUTE FELLOWSHIP
Deconstructing the Beggar’s Edifice: the Failure of Civil Rights and the Battle for Place in Hiphop America