New Jazz Conceptions: History, Theory, Practice: Saturday 31st May 2014

Mar 13 2014 Published by under News

New Jazz Conceptions: History, Theory, Practice

Saturday 31st May 2014

University of Warwick, UK

PosterA?(PDF Document)A?/A?Provisional ProgrammeA?(PDF Document)A?/A?Booking FormA?(PDF Document)A?/A?Booking FormA?(Word Document)

Directions and MapsA?/A?B&B – on campusA?/A?B&B – off campusA?(Word Document)

In recent years jazz studies has attempted to move beyond the canonical view of jazz as a narrative of great performers within an American context, becoming more interdisciplinary and international in its approach. This one-day conference will bring together Warwick, Midlands and National speakers to discuss current research in jazz, share ideas about methodologies for future study, and explore the link between academics and the practice of jazz in the wider community.

Speakers:A?Tony Whyton,A?Catherine Tackley,A?Andrew Hodgetts,A?Roger Magraw,A?Katherine Williams,Adrian Litvinoff,A?Simon BarberA?andA?Vic HobsonA?(National Jazz Archive)

Abstracts

Organisers: Roger Fagge and Nicolas Pillai

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