Black Popular Culture Lecture Series
and Online Research Archive

 
The Black Popular Culture Lecture Series and Online Research Archive emphasizes the impact people of African descent have had on both popular culture in American and American culture overall, encompassing Hip-Hop, rhythm and blues, the blues, jazz, dance, instrumentation, film, television, graphic novels, and much, much more.  With the support of the College of Social Sciences' grant support as seed money, the Archive serves as an archive for oral interviews, original recordings, a means for publishing on pop culture topics, and holding invited lecture series on various topics.
 
* This site will also include events from Dr. Johnson's (and eventually others') other projects. One of which will be events from his Annual Hip-Hop Research and Interview Project, for which Dr. Johnson is also the founder and Project Director.
photo of Hasan Johnson 
Founder and Curator
T. Hasan Johnson, Ph.D.
Africana Studies

The Evening with Delroy Lindo - September 25, 2013

conversation

The Annual 2013 Hip-Hop Research and Interview Project 

Grandmaster Alonzo Williams at Fresno State - March 4, 2014


Chuck D of Public Enemy at Fresno State - March 5, 2013 

The Annual 2010 Hip-Hop Research and Interview Project 
XCLAN Visits CSU Fresno's Africana Studies