African American Poetry and the Vernacular Matrix Part 3, 9/29/1994
Date of Creation
00:00 Sherley Anne Williams speaks; 18:20 Alvin Aubert speaks; 19:45 Joanne Gabbin instructs participants; 19:52 Darrell Stover addresses the panel; 21:13 Elizabeth Alexander responds to Stover; 21:57 Eleanor W. Traylor responds to Stover; 24:21 Aubert responds to unidentified audience member; 27:36 Shahara Brookins Drew addresses panel; 28:30 Williams responds to Drew; 29:40 Aubert briefly responds; 30:00 Adam David Miller addresses panel on the influence of the Gospel/Spirituals; 30:48 Williams responds to Miller; 33:28 Alexander responds to Williams; 35:10 Williams responds to Alexander; 36:32 Aubert responds to Williams; 38:00 Williams responds; 38:30 Traylor interjects; 42:15 unidentified audience member asks that the panel discusses the future of African American poetry; 50:47 Monifa Love addresses panel; 53:40 Mylea Thompson addresses panel
Furious Flower Poetry Center
Willians, Sherley Anne (speaker); Aubert, Alvin (speaker); Gabbin, Joanne (speaker); Stover, Darrell (speaker); Alexander, Elizabeth (speaker); Traylor, Eleanor W. (speaker); Drew, Shahara Brookins (speaker); Miller, Adam David (speaker); Love, Monifa (speaker); Thompson, Mylea (speaker)
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African American Poetry and the Vernacular Matrix Part 3, 9/29/1994, FF0031, 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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