Music Performance and the Changing City: Post-industrial Contexts in Europe and the United States
Edited by Carsten Wergin and Fabian Holt
London: Routledge Research in Music, 2013
Chapter: “Collectivities, Cosmopolitanisms and Mixed-Mediations in Amsterdam’s Crossover Jazz Scene”

Migrating Music
Edited by Byron Dueck and Jason Toynbee
London: Routledge, 2011
Chapter: “New York Comes to Groningen: Jazz Star Circuits in the Netherlands”

Some Liked it Hot: Jazz Women in Film and Television, 1928-1959
Kristin McGee
Hanover: Wesleyan University Press, 2009
Choice Outstanding Academic Title 2009
Finalist TLA Richard Memorial Award 2010 and American Musicological Society Lewis Lockwood Award 2010

Big Ears: Listening for Gender in Jazz Studies
Edited by Nichole T. Rustin and Sherrie Tucker
Durham:  Duke University Press, 2008
Chapter: “The Gendered Jazz Aesthetics of That Man of Mine: The International Sweethearts of Rhythm and Independent Black Sound Film”

Collectivities and Mixed-Mediations in the Netherlands’ New Jazz World

Articles and Chapters

“Orientalism and Erotic Multiculturalism in Popular Culture: From Princess Rajah to the Pussycat Dolls” in Music, Sound and the Moving Image 6/2: 209-238 (Liverpool University Press, 2012).

“Remixing Jazz Culture: Hybridity and Collectivity in the New European City” in Jazz Research Journal 5.1/2: 67-88 (Equinox, 2011).

“New York Comes to Groningen: Jazz Star Circuits in the Netherlands” in Migrating Musics: Media, Politics and Style, edited by Byron Dueck and Jason Toynbee (London: Routledge, 2011).

“Representing Gender and Race in (American) Jazz Film and Television, 1920-1960” in Jazz Women in Film and Television website (2011).

“The Feminization of Mass Culture and the Novelty of All-Girl Bands: The Case of the Ingenues” in Popular Music and Society 31/5, 2008: 629-662.

“Black All-Girl Bands and Film: From Vaudeville to Soundies” in Rocktober 40, 2005: 30-35 (Chicago:

“Women in Jazz: An Annotated Bibliography” in Jazz Educator’s Journal 27/2 , 1994: 17-23.


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