Anne Waldman: Buddhism and the Beat Generation, 2006 March 16
Scope and Content Note
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Series IV documents the Torrington Campus.
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- 2006 March 16
The collection is open and available for research.
1 item (Anne Waldman: Buddhism and the Beat Generation) : DVD ; Run time is 1 hour, 48 min.
134.23 Megabytes (Anne Waldman: Buddhism and the Beat Generation, Part 1) : MP4 digital file ; Run time is 25 min.
172.34 Megabytes (Anne Waldman: Buddhism and the Beat Generation, Part 2) : MP4 digital file ; Run time is 25 min.
141.07 Megabytes (Anne Waldman: Buddhism and the Beat Generation, Part 3) : MP4 digital file ; Run time is 25 min.
141.02 Megabytes (Anne Waldman: Buddhism and the Beat Generation, Part 4) : MP4 digital file ; Run time is 25 min.
33.87 Megabytes (Anne Waldman: Buddhism and the Beat Generation, Part 5) : MP4 digital file ; Run time is 8 min.
Language of Materials
English 217: A Discussion of the 1950s Counterculture Movement. Beat poet Anne Waldman, whose work centers on counterculture, the beat generation, and Buddhism, plays a poem by Allen Ginsberg set to music, performs selections of her own work, and discusses her experiences with Buddhism. Interviewed by Davyne Verstandig, Director of LCWP. This presentation is part of the Litchfield County Writers Project, which was based at the Torrington campus of the University of Connecticut.
Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements
Video quality issues include slight audio static.
DVD located in case on top of drawers.
- American literature Subject Source: Fast
- American poetry Subject Source: Fast
- Beat poetry Subject Source: Fast
- Buddhism and the arts Subject Source: Fast
- Criticism and interpretation Subject Source: Fast
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