Covers the life and career of the 1st Black scholar to earn a PhD in musicology in the U.S., founder of the 1st long-running academic journal on Black music, and author of The Music of Black Americans (1971).
Originally airing between 1949 and 1958, these digitized recordings represent the emergence of Black radio in New Orleans, featuring Winslow’s work as the first African American radio disc jockey on New Orleans airwaves. Live broadcasts, interviews, and radio segments courtesy of Tulane University Digital Library.
A collaboration between Indigenous and settler scholars from Canada and the U.S. explores music and Indigeneity from hip-hop to powwow, and television soundtracks of Native Classical and experimental music.
See "About the Editors and Contributors," pp. 313-316 (pdf pages 105-108).
Explores how operas on Indigenous subjects reflect the evolving relationships between Indigenous peoples, the colonizing forces of imperial power, and forms of internal colonization in developing nation-states: Canada, the Americas and Australia.