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NameInstitute of Jazz Studies
Parent OrganizationRutgers University
DescriptionThe Institute of Jazz Studies is the world's foremost jazz archive and research facility. It was founded in 1952 by Marshall Stearns (1908-1966), a pioneer jazz scholar. In 1966, Rutgers was chosen as the collection's permanent academic home. IJS is part of the Rutgers University Libraries, and in 1994 moved to spacious new quarters on the fourth floor of the John Cotton Dana Library on the Newark Campus. The Institute is used by students from Rutgers (especially those in the new Master's Program in Jazz History and Research) and other institutions, teachers, scholars, authors, independent researchers, musicians, the media, record companies, libraries and other archives, and arts agencies.
Address185 University Ave.
Newark, New Jersey 07102
United States
Telephone(973) 353-5595
Fax(973) 353-5944
Websitehttp://newarkwww.rutgers.edu/IJS/
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