Pedro Cravinho researches and writes about jazz, media and archives. He is currently Keeper of the Archives at the Faculty of Arts, Design & Media, and a Research Fellow, at Birmingham Centre for Media and Cultural Research. Cravinho’s research interests include the social, political and musical history of the twentieth-century jazz diaspora. As an author and editor advisor, Cravinho has collaborated on a number of international publications, such as Jazz and Totalitarianism (Routledge, 2017), The History of European Jazz: The Music, Musicians and Audience in Context (Equinox, 2018) and The History of Jazz in Europe (Oxford University Press, forthcoming). He is currently working on his first monograph, exploring the cultural politics of jazz on television in Portugal (1954-1974).