6 Works

Owning My Masters: The Rhetorics of Rhymes & Revolutions

A.D. Carson
“Owning My Masters” is a digital archive of original rap music and spoken word poetry. This hip-hop album is a critical-theoretical reflection on personhood vis-à-vis Black bodies and Black lives. Rather than theorizing about hip-hop, the project “does” this work through the genre of hip-hop. This archive argues for attentiveness to historical and contemporary social justice issues, particularly Blackness as it pertains to embodied and disembodied voice and performance, through hip-hop lyrics and spoken-word poetry....

Increasing Latinx Populations in Research

James Nataro, Max Luna Jimenez & Kristen Petros de guex
This podcast is about increasing Latinx populations in research.

Increasing Rural Participants in Clinical Trials

James Nataro & Jamie Zoellner
This podcast is about increasing rural participants in clinical trials research.

iTHRIV Podcast: Rigor

James Nataro, Karen Johnston, Sarah Ratcliffe & Richard Stevenson
RIGOR - What is it, why is it important, and how do we get it? This is the first podcast in a series dedicated to this topic. This series is hosted by Jim Nataro, MD, PhD, MBA, Benjamin Armistead Shepherd Professor, Chair of Department of Pediatrics, University of Virginia School of Medicine.

Sleepwalking, Vol. 1: A Mixtape

A.D. Carson
“Peace to y’all.” seems an appropriate greeting to the those gathered on the early August morning at McGuffey Park in Charlottesville, VA. We have just marched from the Jefferson School to the park, where there is a rally to make clear the plan for the day—stand against white supremacy. I was asked by one of the organizers to deliver some words. I have been recently appointed Assistant Professor of Hip-Hop at the University of Virginia,...

Podcast: Open Science

James Nataro
This podcast details what open science is and why it is important.

Registration Year

  • 2022
  • 2017

Resource Types

  • Sound


  • University of Virginia