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AFAM/MUSIC 207N: Jazz and the African American Experience

This guide is for students in Penn State Harrisburg's AFAM/MUSIC 207N taught by Professor Bryan Grove. It includes numerous research sources about the evolution of Jazz and its influences on American culture.

Welcome to the AFAM/MUSIC 207N: Jazz and the African American Experience Course Guide

The History of Jazz (3rd edition) by Ted GioiaWelcome to the library guide for AFAM/MUSIC 207N:  Jazz and the African American Experience.  

This guide is offered as a starting point and should be used in conjunction with other library research guides, such as African American Studies and Music, which are listed in the box at the bottom of the page.  Click on the buttons on the left-hand side of the page to see the library's resources that will help you to complete assignments in this course.  

If you need more help using the library, contact Heidi Abbey Moyer, hna2@psu.edu, Archivist and Humanities Reference Librarian and Faculty Liaison Librarian to the School of Humanities.

Image Credit:  Cover of Required Course Textbook by Ted Gioia, The History of Jazz, 3rd edition (New York:  Oxford University Press, 2021).

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