Critical Theories and Approaches in African American Poetry Part 3, 9/30/1994
Date of Creation
00:00 video begins in the middle of Kalamu ya Salaam speaking (addressing panel); 01:30 Lorenzo Thomas responds; 02:45 unidentified speaker addresses panel; 03:25 Joyce Ann Joyce responds; 05:15 Deborah E. McDowell addresses panel; 08:22 Jerry Washington Ward closes out panel; 09:34 session ends, camera focuses on audience milling, music plays
Furious Flower Poetry Center
Salaam, Kalamu ya (speaker); Thomas, Lorenzo (speaker); Joyce, Joyce Ann (speaker); McDowell, Deborah E. (speaker); Ward, Jerry Washington (speaker)
Type of Resource
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Critical Theories and Approaches in African American Poetry Part 3, 9/30/1994, FF0100, Furious Flower Poetry Center Conference Records, 1970-2009 (bulk 1992-2005), UA 0018, Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA.
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