Dr. Aaron Lefkovitz is a United States and African American History Instructor at Harold Washington College, The City Colleges of Chicago, and DePaul University. He received his Ph.D. in American Studies from the University at Buffalo, SUNY.
2016 1-4955-0513-8 The purpose of this book is to ask how Baker, Holiday, and Fitzgerald's transnational power compromises enlarge ideas of power beyond fixed barriers. In addition, the book explores the ways these compromises contribute to an understanding of film and popular music's transnational influence.
2016 1-63313-010-4 This monograph argues and explains by popular musician and cultural icon Bob Dylan was rightly bestowed the Nobel Prize for Literature in October of 2016. The author connects the pieces of Dylan's long and interesting career to show that he was worthy of the honor that was bestowed on him.