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News & Events
Boston Children's Chorus: Found in Translation
March 12, 2016
Jane Wilburn Sapp in Residence
April 13 - 25, 2015
Int'l Visiting Research Scholar Public Talk
Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies
May 6, 2014
"Seeking Lives of Purpose"
'DEIS Impact Event Series
with Jane Sapp, Don West
February 1-10, 2014
Blog post: Five Misconceptions about the Field of Community Cultural Development
Reflection from a national meeting
Meeting about new independent study/ internship opportunity:
Cultural Work and Social Transformation
A Way Out of No Way:
Jane Sapp, Cultural Work and Social Transformation
By Jane Sapp with Cynthia Cohen
Currently being written, the book documents and analyses the over 40-year career of Jane Wilburn Sapp, a musician, educator, organizer, folklorist and cultural worker. It will include a nuanced autobiography, explorations of the themes that animate Ms. Sapp's practice, and an analysis of the core principles of cultural work. The book is unique in that it will focus on the cultural dimensions of community organizing and social justice work, an area not often explored in other treatments of social transformation.
- Foreword, Preface, Introduction
- Chapter 1 - “I Sing Because I'm Free”: Jane Sapp's Story.
- Chapter 2 - “We Are Climbing Jacob’s Ladder”: Community as the Core of Cultural Work Practice.
- Chapter 3 - “Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel, Then Why Not Every Man?”: Spirituality and the Quest for Justice
- Chapter 4 - “I Feel Like Going On”: Cultural Work and Resilience in the Face of Social and Political Assaults
- Chapter 5 - “All of God's Children Got Shoes”: Work Within and Between Communities
- Chapter 6 - Elements of cultural work practice.
- Chapter 7 - Contexts of cultural work.
- Appendices -
- Music scores
- Music scores
- Enclosure - Disc of performances of music referenced in the book.