Traces the substantial musical contributions of Latinas and Latinos in American popular music between World War II and the present in five vibrant centers: New York, Los Angeles, San Antonio, San Francisco and Miami. 352 pp.
A book for violin makers and violin researchers enable young and aspiring violinists to own excellent sounding instruments with the acoustical marvels of the old at affordable prices. 176 pp.
A comprehensive book that covers all aspects of choreography from the most fundamental techniques to highly sophisticated artistic concerns. The Intimate Act of Choreography presents the what and how of choreography in a workable format that begins with basics—time, space, force—and moves on to the more complex issues faced by the intermediate and advanced choreographer—form, style, abstraction, compositional structures and choreographic devices. 256 pp.
Fellini’s script for perhaps the most famous unmade film in Italian cinema, The Journey of G. Mastorna, is published here for the first time in full English translation. It offers the reader a remarkable insight into Fellini’s creative process, his fascination with human mortality and the great mystery of death. 226 pp.
Not only are #OscarsSoWhite, but white male gatekeepers dominate Hollywood, breeding a culture of ethnocentric storytelling and casting. Reel Inequality examines the structural barriers actors of color face in Hollywood, while shedding light on how they survive in a racist industry. Through nearly a hundred interviews with working actors, Nancy Wang Yuen reveals the biases they experience in talent agents' offices, at auditions, and on sets, yet also provides vital insights from actors of color who have succeeded on their own terms. 208 pp.