If you’re still having Conference withdrawal symptoms and enjoyed the Storified Twitter feed and London Jazz Blog Conference summary below, why not check out the photo gallery of selected images from the Rethinking Jazz Cultures event here?
A big thank you to Ian Patterson, Andrew Dubber, George McKay and Walter van de Leur for sharing their images with us! Feel free to send in more images and we’ll add them to the gallery.
Call for Papers
Rhythm Changes II: Rethinking Jazz Cultures
11-14 April 2013, Media City UK/University of Salford
An international conference hosted by the Rhythm Changes research project at the University of Salford.
E. Taylor Atkins, Northern Illinois University
David Ake, University of Nevada, Reno
“From its beginnings, jazz has presented a somewhat contradictory social world: Jazz musicians have worked diligently to tear down old boundaries, but they have just as resolutely constructed new ones; jazz provided one of the first locations of successful interracial cooperation in America, yet it has also served to perpetuate negative stereotypes and to incite racial unrest.a?? Continue Reading »
Krin Gabbard comments on and responds to Ronald Radano's keynote presentation.
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Some introductory comments and a couple of minor technological interruptions at the start of Ronald Radano’s keynote ‘Hot Commodities and the Embodied Form’. Radano outlines the talk, and Walter helps out with the rogue digital noises.
An early and punctual 9am start at the Rhythm Changes conference, and after a few brief housekeeping and welcoming announcements, opening keynote speaker Ronald Radano speaks on the topic ‘Hot Commodities and Embodied Forms’ – currently being recorded and due to be uploaded in the forthcoming coffee break