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BMR Bulletin is published by the Columbia College Center for Black Music Research and is devoted to the encouragement and promotion of scholarship and cultural activity in black American music, and is intended to serve as a medium for the sharing of ideas and information regarding current and future research and activities in universities and research centers. Articles: "Turn-of-the-Century Jug Bands in the Southeastern United States"/Bruce Bastin and Jeffrey Green; Black Vaudeville and the TOBA in Atlanta"/Thomas L. Riis; "Kemper Harreld and Willis James: Music at Atlanta University, Morehouse College, and Spelman College"/Rebecca T. Cureau; Black Music Scholarship and the Approaching New Century: Key Issues, Areas, and Topics in black music Scholarship, Teaching, and Performance, 1988-1999"/Edith Crawford, Dominique-Rene de Lerman, D. Antoinette Hardy, Portia K. Maultsby, Eileen Southern, Martin Williams, Josephine Wright. Editor: Samuel A. Floyd, Jr. Associate Editors: Orin Moe and Rae Linda Brown. Vol. 11, No. 1. 18 pages.
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Samuel A. Floyd, Jr., Edith Crawford, Dominique-Rene de Lerman, D. Antoinette Hardy, Portia K. Maultsby, Eileen Southern, Martin Williams, Josephine Wright, music, southeastern seaboard, United States, scholarship, Columbia College Chicago
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