Saesha Senger earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Flute Performance from Boise State University, a Master of Music in Flute Performance from the University of Washington, and a Master of Music in Music History from West Virginia University. She is currently a PhD student in musicology at the University of Kentucky. She has presented on topics ranging from hermeneutical analyses of blues performances to her present research interest in French hip-hop at conferences in the United States and elsewhere.
ArticlesMurray Forman’s text The ‘Hood Comes First: Race, Space, and Place in Rap and Hip-Hop provides insightful commentary on the workings of and relationship between place and space. To highlight the difference of scale between these two parameters, he writes that, “place defines the immediate locale of human interaction in the particular, whereas space is the expanse of mobile...Read more