Jazz and Culture
formerly International Jazz Archives Journal
Jazz and Culture is an annual publication devoted to publishing cutting-edge research on jazz from multiple perspectives. Founded on the principle that both scholars and musicians offer invaluable contributions, the journal juxtaposes groundbreaking work by researchers alongside oral histories and articles written by master artists in the field. All methodological approaches are welcome, including ethno/musicology, music theory, and critical and cultural studies. The journal particularly encourages work relating to jazz’s international scope.
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Edited by Don M. Randel, Matthew Shaftel, and Susan Forscher Weiss
The wrong place for the Right people
Barney Josephson with Terry Trilling-Josephson
New York City's Unseen Scene
Thomas H. Greenland
Modernism, Regionalism, and American Popular Song
Edward P. Comentale
The Story of King Records
Jon Hartley Fox
Field Recordings and the American Experience
Big Band Jazz Arranging in the Swing Era
The Jimmy Rogers Story
Wayne Everett Goins