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The Other Side of Nowhere
Jazz, Improvisation, and Communities in Dialogue
Daniel Fischlin, ed.; Ajay Heble, ed.; Ingrid Monson, intro.

Wesleyan University Press



Contents

• PERFORMERS IMPROVISE
• A Composition on Improvisation – Michael Snow
• Harmonic Anatomy: Women in Improvisation – Pauline Oliveros
• “Navigable Structures and Transforming Mirrors”: Improvisation and Interactivity – Dana Reason

• BETWEEN AND ACROSS CULTURES
• Transmissions of an Interculture: Pan-African Jazz and Intercultural Improvisation – Jason Stanyek
• Improvised Music After 1950: Afrological and Eurological Perspectives – George E. Lewis
• Afterward to “Improvised Music after 1950”: The Changing Same – George E. Lewis
• Improvising in a Different Clave: Steve Coleman and AfroCuba de Matanzas – Michael Dessen

• SOCIAL PRACTICE AND IDENTITY
• “…A Way Out of No Way”: Jazz, Hip-Hop, and Black Social Improvisation – Mark Anthony Neal
• Playing like a Girl: The Queer Laughter of the Feminist Improvising Group – Julie Dawn Smith
• Bordering on Community: Improvising Women Improvising Women-in-Jazz – Sherrie Tucker
• Improvising Character: Jazz, the Actor, and Protocols of Improvisation – Marshall Soules
• Improvisation and Imitation: Marlon Brando as Jazz Actor – Krin Gabbard
• Cutting Sides: Jazz Record Producers and Improvisation – Michael Jarrett

• COLLABORATIVE DISSONANCES
• The Discourse of a Dysfunctional Drummer: Collaborative Dissonances, Improvisation, and Cultural Theory – Eddie Prévost
• Paracritical Hinge – Nathaniel Mackey
• Out of Nowhere: Meditations on Deleuzian Music, Anti-Cadential

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