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Publications and Media

In addition to a variety of print and online written outputs this page lists audio-visual media produced for the project.  As you can see some of them are shown with online links which means they are open source materials which you can access.

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Nathan Bakkum (2013) ‘Out but in: between discourse and practice in a London jazz quartet’, Black Music Research Journal, 33/1, pp. 49-70 [special issue on Black British Jazz, co-edited by J. Toynbee and B. Dueck]

Mark Banks (2012) ‘MacIntyre, Bourdieu and the practice of jazz’, Popular Music, 31/1, pp. 69-86

Mark Banks, Jill Ebrey, and Jason Toynbee (2014) Working Lives in Black British Jazz, The Open University/CRESC

Mark Banks, Jill Ebrey, and Jason Toynbee (2014) 'The Hidden Musicians of Black British Jazz' CRESC Newsletter, Issue 18, ESRC Centre for Research of Socio-Cultural Change, March, pp.2-3

Mark Banks and Jason Toynbee (2014) ‘Race, consecration and the “Music Outside”? The making of the British jazz avant-garde: 1968-1973’, in J. Toynbee,  C. Tackley and M. Doffman (eds.) Black British Jazz: Routes, Ownership, Performance, Farnham: Ashgate

BBJ team (2009-11) Blog archive, Part 1 and Part2

Kenneth Bilby (2014) ‘Is reggae to black British music as blues is to jazz? Caribbean roots/routes in imaginings of black British jazz’, in J. Toynbee,  C. Tackley and M. Doffman (eds.) Black British Jazz: Routes, Ownership, Performance, Farnham: Ashgate

George Burrows (2014) ‘Camping it up: jazz’s modernity, Reginald Foresythe, Theodor Adorno and the black Atlantic’, in J. Toynbee,  C. Tackley and M. Doffman (eds.) Black British Jazz: Routes, Ownership, Performance, Farnham: Ashgate

Mark Doffman (2014) ‘”What you doin’ here?” The sounds, sensibilities and belonging(s) of black British jazz musicians’, in J. Toynbee,  C. Tackley and M. Doffman (eds.) Black British Jazz: Routes, Ownership, Performance, Farnham: Ashgate

Mark Doffman (2013) ‘The Tomorrow’s Warriors jam sessions: repertoires of transmission and hospitality’, Black Music Research Journal , 33/1, pp. 71-90 [special issue on Black British Jazz, co-edited by J. Toynbee and B. Dueck]

Mark Doffman (2011) ‘Jammin’ an ending: creativity, knowledge and conduct amongst jazz musicians’, Twentieth Century Music, 8/2, pp. 203-225

Mark Doffman (2010) ‘Jazz virtue: why play jazz in a recession?’ Yamaha Education Supplement, April

Byron Dueck (2013) ‘Jazz endings, aesthetic discourse, and musical publics’, Black Music Research Journal, 33/1, pp. 91-115

Byron Dueck (2014) ‘Standard, advantage, and race in British discourse about jazz’, in J. Toynbee,  C. Tackley and M. Doffman (eds.) Black British Jazz: Routes, Ownership, Performance, Farnham: Ashgate

Byron Dueck (2015) 'Imagining identifications: how musicians align their practices with publics', in D. Hargreaves, R. MacDonald and D. Miell (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Musical Identities, New York: Oxford University Press

George McKay (2014) ‘Winifred Atwell and her “other piano”: 16 hit singles and a “blanket of silence”, sounding the limits of jazz’, in J. Toynbee,  C. Tackley and M. Doffman (eds.) Black British Jazz: Routes, Ownership, Performance, Farnham: Ashgate

Howard Rye (2014) ‘Towards a black British jazz: studies in acculturation, 1860 – 1935’, in J. Toynbee,  C. Tackley and M. Doffman (eds.) Black British Jazz: Routes, Ownership, Performance, Farnham: Ashgate

Catherine Tackley (2012) ‘Benny Carter in Britain, 1936-1937’, in L. Cerchiari, L. Cugny and F. Kerschbaumer (eds)  Eurojazzland: Jazz and European Sources, Dynamics and Contexts, Lebanon, NH: Northeastern University Press

Catherine Tackley (2013) ‘Jazz, dance and black British identities’, in S. Dodds and S. Cook (eds.) Bodies of Sound: Studies Across Popular Music and Dance, Farnham:  Ashgate

Catherine Tackley (2014) ‘Race, identity and the meaning of Jazz in 1940s Britain’, in J. Stratton and N. Zuberi (eds.) Black Popular Music in Britain since 1945, Farnham:  Ashgate

Catherine Tackley (2014) ‘Tiger Bay and the roots/routes of black British jazz’ in J. Toynbee,  C. Tackley and M. Doffman (eds.) Black British Jazz: Routes, Ownership, Performance, Farnham: Ashgate

Jason Toynbee (2013) 'Race, history and black British jazz', Black Music Research Journal, 33/1, pp. 1 – 26 [special issue on Black British Jazz, co-edited by J. Toynbee and B. Dueck]

Jason Toynbee  Catherine Tackley and Mark Doffman (2014) ‘Another place, another race? Thinking through jazz, ethnicity and diaspora in Britain’, in J. Toynbee,  C. Tackley and M. Doffman (eds.) Black British Jazz: Routes, Ownership, Performance, Farnham: Ashgate

Jason Toynbee and Byron Dueck (2013) ‘Editors’ introduction’, Black Music Research Journal, 33/1, pp. v – vii [special issue on Black British Jazz, co-edited by J. Toynbee and B. Dueck]

Jason Toynbee,  Catherine Tackley and Mark Doffman (eds.) (2014) Black British Jazz: Routes, Ownership, Performance, Farnham: Ashgate

Jason Toynbee and Linda Wilks (2013) ‘Audiences, cosmopolitanism and inequality in black British jazz’, Black Music Research Journal, 33/1 [special issue on Black British Jazz, co-edited by J. Toynbee and B. Dueck]

Linda Wilks (2013) ‘Exploring social and cultural diversity within 'Black British Jazz' audiences’, Leisure Studies,  32/4, pp. 349-366

Justin Williams (2014) ‘Soweto’s war: race, class and jazz/hip-hop hybridities’,  in J. Toynbee,  C. Tackley and M. Doffman (eds.) Black British Jazz: Routes, Ownership, Performance, Farnham: Ashgate

Media

Jason Toynbee (2011) Kind of Red, White and Blue, The Story of Black British Jazz, Metal Dog Media [DVD documentary film]

Jason Toynbee (2010) Learning to Groove, The Open University, Open Learn (audio)

Jason Toynbee (2009) Black British Jazz, The Open University, Open Learn (video)