Ronald Radano, Josh Kun
Refiguring American Music publishes bold, innovative works that pose new challenges to thinking about the nature and character of American Music. Broadly conceived, inter-American in reach and interdisciplinary in emphasis, the series features studies that question conventional approaches and concepts within American music studies. Investigations may be focused on subjects based in the United States, or they may look outward to reconsider the physical and cultural boundaries of American musical styles and traditions. The series will encourage American music scholarship to move in new directions, taking inspiration from the "cultural turn" that has reinvigorated American studies over the past decade.