Reflections from college music instructors offering various approaches to inclusive, supportive pedagogy in the classroom.
How song shaped American Zionism
How musicians from the West African Republic of Benin transform Benin’s cultural traditions
On the cultural politics and possibilities of sound in cinema
A multi-sited exploration of the musical legacy of the Anatolian Greek diaspora
In Belfast’s rebel music scene, Irish republican musicians and audiences engage in ritualized resistance against the British state
Reveals the wide-ranging influence of American jazz on German discussions of music, race, and culture in the early twentieth century
The first scholarly examination of underground music in the digital age
A groundbreaking study of the reception of jazz among French-speaking black intellectuals between 1918 and 1945
The first scholarly account of the music and culture of collegiate a cappella
Collected essays exploring the origins and evolution of music and dance in Afro-Atlantic culture
Hillbilly, honky-tonk, Nashville glitz, or alt.country: what makes music authentically country?