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Oct. 18 - Dec. 13 Exhibition in Newark Will Celebrate the Intersecting Roles of African Americans, Jews and Jazz

The Rutgers Institute of Jazz Studies and the John Cotton Dana Library of Rutgers University-Newark are collaborating with Newark cultural and community organizations to chronicle the interactions that occurred between J


Jazz and China

Tad Hershorn, archivist at the Institute of Jazz Studies, explores the possibilities of a thriving jazz scene in a country where the art form was once censored.


Wanted: Jazz Champion Who Just Can’t Keep A Secret

Quick: Where is the largest, most comprehensive jazz archive and research center in the world?  New Orleans?  St.


Strike Up the Band: Mostly Free Music, Dance at Rutgers University-Newark, This Spring

(above) The Lula Washington Dance Theater, in concert on Feb. 26