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Gavin J. Campbell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
All of my research and writing has focused on the intersection of music and the South. I am particularly interested in how Southerners debate and decide what music means within the context of their lives, and this has led me to write about a range of topics spanning classical to pop to folk. My current research centers on the Virginia composer John Powell (1882-1963) and the debate about creating an "American music" in the period from 1893-1930.
|Address:||Graduate School of American Studies
Kyoto, Kyoto 602-8580
|List Affiliations:||List Editor for H-Southern-Music
Former Review Editor for H-Southern-Music
Reviewer for H-South
|Reviews:||The Long Shadow of Jim Crow
Freedom at the Grassroots
|Interests:||American History / Studies
Associate Professor and Associate Dean in the Graduate School of American Studies, Doshisha University in Kyoto, Japan.
Author, Music and the Making of a New South (UNC Press, 2004) as well as articles in the Journal of American Folklore, Southern Cultures, American Music, and Musical Quarterly. Music Editor for Southern Cultures. Presented papers at the International American Studies Assoc., Southern Historical Assoc., American Studies Assoc., Society for American Music, etc.