Duke Ellington, Jazz Dance, and the African Aesthetic
Written by Allana Radecki | Jazz Education in Research and Practice | 2021
Art, Anti-Racism and Health Equity: “Don’t Ask Me Why, Ask Me How!”
Written by Derek M. Griffith and Andrea R. Semlow | Ethnicity and Disease | 2020
Filming Black Voices and Stories: Slavery on America's Screens
Written by Brenda E. Stevenson | The journal of the Civil War era | 2018
Marxist Materialism and Critical Race Theory: A Comparative Analysis of Media and Cultural Influence on the Formation of Stereotypes and Proliferation of Police Brutality against Black Men
Written by Devair Jeffries and Rhonda Jeffries | Spectrum: A Journal on Black Men | 2017
The Being and Becoming of African Diaspora Art
Written by Jaqueline Francis | Journal of American Studies | 2013
Anti-Racism Resources in the Art World (Artsy.net)
Resources that call for and support systemic change in the art industry.
Decentering Whiteness in Design History Resources
A bibliography meant to help instructors of design history decenter whiteness in their classes.
Sounding Out! is a weekly online publication, a networked academic archive, and a dynamic group platform bringing together sound studies scholars, sound artists and professionals, and readers interested in the cultural politics of sound and listening. Every Monday, our writers offer well-researched, well-written, and accessible interventions in sound studies, directing the field’s energy toward the social, cultural, and political aspects of sound and listening, particularly their differential construction of and material impacts on variously positioned bodies.