Jazz: History, Culture, and Criticism Series
Jazz: History, Culture, and Criticism includes scholarly works focusing on this major indigenous American art form. We are not currently accepting submissions for this series.
African-American Jazz Musicians and Their Music, 1890-1935
In the 1920s, many black regional jazz bands were recorded and became products of the entertainment industry, which was altering the face of America from the handmade, homemade, homemade society of the ninteenth century to the mass-produced, mass-consumed technological culture of the twentieth century.