Welcome to our virtual booth for the Society for Ethnomusicology. Browse our forthcoming, new, and recent music titles below. Save 30% using code SEM23 through November 22, 2023.
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Richard Carlin, Senior Acquisitions Editor
Areas of focus: Education; Excelsior Editions; Music; New York/Regional Studies; Textbooks (Humanities and Social Sciences only)
Browse our music series:
Jazz Styles, SUNY Press, ed.
NEW SERIES: We are actively soliciting submissions. SUNY Press Jazz Styles publishes brief, introductory volumes aimed at the general reader and college-level student who wishes to learn more about the basic jazz genres, from the turn of the twentieth century to today. These volumes are designed to highlight each style's key performers and promoters, how it has evolved over time, and what its continuing relevance is today.
Contemporary Writings on Jazz, Ben Bierman, ed.
NEW SERIES: We are actively soliciting submissions. Contemporary Writings on Jazz focuses on current approaches to the research and discussion of jazz-related music. This series examines music from a wide and open perspective that is sensitive to critical issues of this moment, including race, gender, technology, intellectual property, and appropriation. The goal of the series is to contribute to the process of broadening the way we talk and think about music as well as how we discuss its place in society. We seek to be a welcoming home for a rich array of voices, viewpoints, perspectives, topics, and approaches, both from within and outside the academy.