Ádám Kornél Havas

Email: elravaljc@gmail.com

Ádám Havas is a Marie Curie postdoctoral fellow at the University of Barcelona, Department of Sociology (from October, 2022). His research sits at the intersection of cultural sociology, postcolonial studies and popular music studies. His EU-funded comparative research project aims to explore the cultural politics of musical diasporas in Europe with particular emphasis on of musicians with Afro-Latin, Black British and Gypsy/Romani backgrounds. Before joining CECUPS, he was Head of Social Science Division at the Budapest-based Milestone Institute, a college of advanced studies for high school students. He was Chair of IASPM-Hungary (2018–2020) and is currently a member of IASPM-AL, the editorial board at Jazz Research Journal (Equinox) and Replika social science quarterly. He is co-editing with Bruce Johnson a special issue at Popular Music and Society on global jazz diasporas and co-edits (alongside Johnson and David Horn) the forthcoming Routledge Companion to Diasporic Jazz Studies. His book, The Genesis and Structure of the Hungarian Jazz Diaspora (Routledge) was published in 2022 by Routledge. His publications appeared in Popular Music, Jazz Research Journal and Jazz Research News among others. In 2019 he was the recipient of the Ferenc Erdei Price awarded to the most outstanding young sociologist of the year in Hungary. Adam is a keen advocate for the cause of academic autonomy and for a global perspective on structural inequalities and social change.  (Further on his scholarship see: https://ub.academia.edu/AdamHavas)

 
 

2022

Ádám Kornél Havas. Bruce Johnson. 2022. Special Issue: Jazz Diasporas (forthcoming). Popular Music and Society (forthcoming).
Ádám Kornél Havas. 2022. The Routledge Companion to Diasporic Jazz Studies (forthcoming). New York. Routledge.
Ádám Kornél Havas. 2022. Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World. Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World (forthcoming). London . Bloomsbury. Volume 13.
Ádám Kornél Havas. 2022. The Genesis and Structure of the Hungarian Jazz Diaspora. New York. Routledge.