This bibliography documents Hip Hop scholarship outside of America, including scholarly works that may be US centric, yet expands its analysis to other parts of the world. Hip Hop Studies outside the boundaries of the United States stretches as far and wide as Hip Hop itself. This scholarship started in 1984, and the amount of scholarship beyond American boundaries has continued to grow up through present day. The first wave, before Mitchell's Global Noise (2001), includes a wider range of scholarly works such as conference presentations and books written by journalists, in addition to traditional academic sources such as books and journal articles. I included the variety of scholarly works in the first wave that I do not include in the second wave because the earlier works can function as primary sources and document how the field has grown.
Harris, Travis T. and Harris, Travis Terrell
"(Global) Hip Hop Studies Bibliography,"
Journal of Hip Hop Studies: Vol. 6:
2, Article 8.
Available at: https://scholarscompass.vcu.edu/jhhs/vol6/iss2/8