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Barber, James Henry (22 March 2022). "United Ghettos of America": The Aesthetics of Intercultural Exchange and Bricolage in New York City and the Case of the Jamaican Influence on Hip-Hop (1987-1995) (Submitted). In: Heidelberg Centre for American Studies Spring Academy 2021. Online. March 22–26 2021.

Barber, James (2022). Shinehead’s “Jamaican in New York”: Cultural Circularity and Reggae’s Eventual Resonance in Hip-Hop, from the Bronx to Brooklyn and Beyond (Submitted). In: From the Bowery to the Bronx - A Cultural History of New York Through Song. Bristol, UK: Intellect


Barber, James Henry (30 October 2021). The Historical Circularity of Jamaican and African+/American Cultural Practice: Re-Framing the Jamaican Influence on Hip-Hop in New York (Submitted). In: Hip-Hop Transcultural: Constructing and Contesting Identity, Space, and Place in the Americas and Beyond. Online. October 28th-30th 2021.


Barber, James Henry (9 May 2019). "Negotiating nationalism(s): the construction of “traditional narratives” and their impact on transcultural readings of reggae and hip-hop, 1970 to 1995. (Submitted). In: Constructing and Contesting Community. University of Bern. May 9th-10th.

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