Special issue of Black Music Research Journal featuring OU Music Research

Issue 33/1 of the Black Music Research Journal, a themed number exploring race and musical transmission in British jazz, has just been published. Edited by Jason Toynbee (OU Sociology) and Byron Dueck (OU Music), it features articles by researchers who worked together on the AHRC-funded ‘What is Black British Jazz?’ project based at the OU from 2009 to 2011.

The following articles are make up the issue:

  • ‘Race, History, and Black British Jazz’ by Jason Toynbee
  • ‘Audiences, Cosmopolitanism, and Inequality in Black British Jazz’ by Jason Toynbee and Linda Wilks
  • ‘Out But In: Between Discourse and Practice in a London
Jazz Quartet’ by Nathan C. Bakkum
  • ‘The Tomorrow’s Warriors Jam Sessions: Repertoires
of Transmission and Hospitality’ by Mark Doffman
  • ‘Jazz Endings, Aesthetic Discourse, and Musical Publics’ by Byron Dueck

About Byron Dueck

Byron Dueck is Senior Lecturer in Ethnomusicology and Head of Music at the Open University.
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