Daniel White Hodge

With 23 years of urban multi-ethnic youth work experience, Daniel White Hodge, PhD, is a recognized urban youth culture expert & cultural literacy scholar. Dr. Hodge is Associate Professor of Intercultural Communications & department chair of Communication Arts at North Park University in Chicago. His research interests are the intersections of faith, Hip Hop culture, race/ethnicity, & young adult emerging generations. His four books are Heaven Has A Ghetto: The Missiological Gospel & Theology of Tupac Amaru Shakur (VDM 2009), The Soul Of Hip Hop: Rimbs, Timbs, & A Cultural Theology (IVP 2010), Hip Hop’s Hostile Gospel: A Post Soul Theological Exploration (Brill Academic 2017) and Homeland Insecurity: A Hip-Hop Missiology for the Post-Civil Rights Context (IVP Academic, 2018). He plans to release a co-authored text with Irene Cho (Fuller’s Youth Institute) dealing with current ethnic minority young adult contexts called Between God & Kendrick: Youth Work in a Post-Civil Rights Context (IVP Academic).

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