- Associate Professor
- Olin Arts Center, Room 252
- African American Studies
Dale Chapman completed his PhD in Musicology at the University of California, Los Angeles. He teaches courses in jazz history, popular music, and African-American music. His research has focused upon the cultural and political significance of musical style, examining the means through which genres such as jazz, techno, and hip hop produce social meanings in the act of performance. His articles have appeared in ECHO: a music-centered journal, and in Playing Changes: New Jazz Studies, an essay collection edited by Robert Walser, forthcoming with Duke University Press.
Jonathan Edwards & Don Campbell
Olin Arts Center 210: Widely known for his 1970s folk-pop hits 'Shanty' and 'Sunshine,' Edwards is a diverse artist who has explored country and blue…
Campus Consciousness Tour With Icona Pop, Five Knives, Lowell
Clifton Daggett Gray Ath. Bldg 111: As part of the 14th annual Campus Consciousness Tour, the Swedish duo known for the hit 'I Love It' performs at B…