Josh Garrett-Davis

Josh Garrett-Davis is the Gamble assistant curator at the Autry Museum of the American West and the author of Ghost Dances: Proving Up on the Great Plains.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Red Roots

The history of Native American pop music, from jazz to raggae to hip-hop....


A California Commonist

One of the important additions "Woody Guthrie L.A." makes is a grappling, in a couple of chapters, with Woody’s initial embrace of white supremacy....


The South Stole Americana
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