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Finding aid to the James Broughton Collection, 1975-1993 GLC 93
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Series 1 Materials by Broughton, 1975-1983, undated

Physical Description: 3.0 folders
Folder 1

"Interview with Mark Thompson" (published in The Advocate as "James Broughton: In the Service of Ecstasy," 1983

Folder 2

"James Broughton's Intimate Journals. Excerpts," 1975, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1983

Folder 3

"Shaman Psalm" excerpt by James Broughton, undated


Series 2 Materials about Broughton, 1977-1993, undated

Physical Description: 12.0 folders
Folder 4

American Film Institute. 1989 Award for Independent Film and Video Artists program, 1989

Folder 5

"Banned in St. Louis, Censored by PBS: Erotic Films by James Broughton and Joel Singer" flyer, April 29

Folder 6

"Celebrating Intimacy: James Broughton and Joel Singer" flyer, April 17, [1988]

Folder 7

"For the Love of Man: The Poetic Vision of James Broughton (in two parts)" [by] Jerry Tartaglia, April 1 and May 15, 1987

Folder 8

General comments about Broughton's work, undated

Folder 9

"In the Wind of Wonder: an exhibition of selections from the papers of James Broughton" [catalog], Department of Special Collections, Kent State University Libraries, October 26, 1981-January 8, 1982

Folder 10

"James Broughton, Rhythmic Master," [by] Stan Brakhage, undated

Folder 11

"A Long Undressing: James Broughton's Early Poems" [by] Robert Peters, undated

Folder 12

Newspaper clippings, 1982-1993, undated

Folder 13

"Quest for the Ecstatic: the Films of James Broughton" [by] Robert Lipman, November 10, 1977

Folder 14

"Report from the Country" and "Would You Like to Dance?" [by] James Bogan, undated

Folder 15

"Wondrous the Sound of Poetry" [by] Bryan R. Monte, undated