MEXICO CITY, December 9 (EL UNIVERSAL). – “Bad Rabbit” has crossed borders with their music as they have traveled to countries around the world, where they have received hundreds of thousands of fans, however, this time they will be student Mexicans who are the hottest of the time. Let’s welcome one of the important artists.
The Faculty of Political and Social Sciences (FCPyS) of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) announced that a postgraduate course titled “Reggaeton as Resistance to US Colonialism and Soft Masculinity as Sexual Capital: Bad Made Phenomena” will take place in January. ,
This postgraduate will cost 800 pesos for UNAM students and 2,500 for outsiders, as stated on the page posgrado.unam.mx where various educational offers are found.
According to the agenda, it aims to explain the reggaeton genre and its roots in Puerto Rico from a socio-cultural and historical perspective, questioning the class and race prejudices that underlie its critique, and thus the political, Explain cultural and representation. Singer Bad Bunny.
When will it happen and how many hours will it be?
Its duration will be divided into three sessions from 10.30 am to 2.00 pm on Mondays from 9th January to 23rd January with face-to-face spiritual practice.
The postgraduate course will be taught by Ariadna Estévez López and the agenda is divided into:
1. The history of reggaeton as a form of cultural resistance.
2. Masculinity in Reggaeton.
3. The Bad Bunny Phenomenon
Despite the fact that the announcement of this post-graduate degree has drawn some criticism from netizens who do not share Bad Bunny’s musical tastes, the project seeks to study a social and cultural phenomenon that continues to dominate the spheres of popular culture. Can provide clues to change potential. The fight against gender, racism and classism, and the rise of soft and non-violent masculinity.