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    • Peter Orlovsky and Gregory Corso [Clip]

      Salem State College (1973)
      "A Tribute to Jack Kerouac" was held as part of the 4th annual Arts Festival at Salem State College in 1973. It is generally considered the first academic symposium on the life and work of Jack Kerouac. On April 5th, a panel discussion featuring Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, John Clellon Holmes, Aaron Latham, and Peter Orlovsky was held. The Symposium was free-wheeling, as befit the times, and became legendary over the years as the Beat Writers gained in popularity. This video contains language of a highly sensitive nature that may be triggering for some individuals.
    • Mardou Fox Affair [Clip]

      Salem State College (1973)
      "A Tribute to Jack Kerouac" was held as part of the 4th annual Arts Festival at Salem State College in 1973. It is generally considered the first academic symposium on the life and work of Jack Kerouac. On April 5th, a panel discussion featuring Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, John Clellon Holmes, Aaron Latham, and Peter Orlovsky was held. The Symposium was free-wheeling, as befit the times, and became legendary over the years as the Beat Writers gained in popularity. This video contains language of a highly sensitive nature that may be triggering for some individuals.
    • Neal Cassady and Lahonda a Discussion about the Bus Ride Across Country [Clip]

      Salem State College (1973)
      "A Tribute to Jack Kerouac" was held as part of the 4th annual Arts Festival at Salem State College in 1973. It is generally considered the first academic symposium on the life and work of Jack Kerouac. On April 5th, a panel discussion featuring Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, John Clellon Holmes, Aaron Latham, and Peter Orlovsky was held. The Symposium was free-wheeling, as befit the times, and became legendary over the years as the Beat Writers gained in popularity. This video contains language of a highly sensitive nature that may be triggering for some individuals.
    • John McHale's Introduction to the Symposium Tribute to Jack Kerouac [Clip]

      McHale, John (1973)
      John "Jay" McHale, English professor at Salem State College was the organizer of the event. "A Tribute to Jack Kerouac" was held as part of the 4th annual Arts Festival at Salem State College in 1973. It is generally considered the first academic symposium on the life and work of Jack Kerouac. On April 5th, a panel discussion featuring Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, John Clellon Holmes, Aaron Latham, and Peter Orlovsky was held. The Symposium was free-wheeling, as befit the times, and became legendary over the years as the Beat Writers gained in popularity. This video contains language of a highly sensitive nature that may be triggering for some individuals.
    • Aaron Latham's Biography about Jack Kerouac [Clip]

      Salem State College (1973)
      "A Tribute to Jack Kerouac" was held as part of the 4th annual Arts Festival at Salem State College in 1973. It is generally considered the first academic symposium on the life and work of Jack Kerouac. On April 5th, a panel discussion featuring Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, John Clellon Holmes, Aaron Latham, and Peter Orlovsky was held. The Symposium was free-wheeling, as befit the times, and became legendary over the years as the Beat Writers gained in popularity. This video contains language of a highly sensitive nature that may be triggering for some individuals.
    • Explicitness in the Article Gay Sunshine [Clip]

      Salem State College (1973)
      "A Tribute to Jack Kerouac" was held as part of the 4th annual Arts Festival at Salem State College in 1973. It is generally considered the first academic symposium on the life and work of Jack Kerouac. On April 5th, a panel discussion featuring Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, John Clellon Holmes, Aaron Latham, and Peter Orlovsky was held. The Symposium was free-wheeling, as befit the times, and became legendary over the years as the Beat Writers gained in popularity. This video contains language of a highly sensitive nature that may be triggering for some individuals.
    • Charles Jarvis's Essay About Jack Kerouac [Clip]

      Jarvis, Charles (1973)
      Charles Jarvis, a professor at Lowell Technological Institute (UMass Lowell) reads an excerpt from "On the Road" to begin the Jack Kerouac Symposium. Jarvis had known Kerouac during the time when Kerouac moved back to Lowell from 1966-1968. He wrote a book about Kerouac called "Visions of Kerouac." "A Tribute to Jack Kerouac" was held as part of the 4th annual Arts Festival at Salem State College in 1973. It is generally considered the first academic symposium on the life and work of Jack Kerouac. On April 5th, a panel discussion featuring Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, John Clellon Holmes, Aaron Latham, and Peter Orlovsky was held. The Symposium was free-wheeling, as befit the times, and became legendary over the years as the Beat Writers gained in popularity.
    • Symposium Tribute to Jack Kerouac Panel [Part 3]

      Salem State College (1973)
      "A Tribute to Jack Kerouac" was held as part of the 4th annual Arts Festival at Salem State College in 1973. It is generally considered the first academic symposium on the life and work of Jack Kerouac. On April 5th, a panel discussion featuring Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, John Clellon Holmes, Aaron Latham, and Peter Orlovsky was held. The Symposium was free-wheeling, as befit the times, and became legendary over the years as the Beat Writers gained in popularity. This video contains language of a highly sensitive nature that may be triggering for some individuals.
    • Symposium Tribute to Jack Kerouac Panel [Part 2]

      Salem State College (1973)
      "A Tribute to Jack Kerouac" was held as part of the 4th annual Arts Festival at Salem State College in 1973. It is generally considered the first academic symposium on the life and work of Jack Kerouac. On April 5th, a panel discussion featuring Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, John Clellon Holmes, Aaron Latham, and Peter Orlovsky was held. The Symposium was free-wheeling, as befit the times, and became legendary over the years as the Beat Writers gained in popularity. This video contains language of a highly sensitive nature that may be triggering for some individuals
    • Symposium Tribute to Jack Kerouac Panel [Part 1]

      Salem State College (1973)
      "A Tribute to Jack Kerouac" was held as part of the 4th annual Arts Festival at Salem State College in 1973. It is generally considered the first academic symposium on the life and work of Jack Kerouac. On April 5th, a panel discussion featuring Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, John Clellon Holmes, Aaron Latham, and Peter Orlovsky was held. The Symposium was free-wheeling, as befit the times, and became legendary over the years as the Beat Writers gained in popularity. This video contains language of a highly sensitive nature that may be triggering for some individuals.
    • Why is God Love, Jack?

      Ginsberg, Allen (1973)
      Why is God Love, Jack?, a poem by Allen Ginsberg, was read by the author as part of a tribute to Jack Kerouac which was held during Salem State College's Arts Festival in April 1973.
    • The Town and City Sonnet

      Kerouac, Jack (1973)
      The Town and City Sonnet, a poem by Jack Kerouac was read by Allen Ginsberg as part of a tribute to Jack Kerouac which was held during Salem State College's Arts Festival in April 1973.
    • The Shrouded Stranger

      Ginsberg, Allen (1973)
      The Shrouded Stranger, a poem by Allen Ginsberg, was read by the author as part of a tribute to Jack Kerouac which was held during Salem State College's Arts Festival in April 1973.
    • The Moment's Return

      Ginsberg, Allen (1973)
      The Moment's Return, a poem by Allen Ginsberg, was read by the author as part of a tribute to Jack Kerouac which was held during Salem State College's Arts Festival in April 1973.
    • The Mad Yak

      Corso, Gregory (1973)
      The Mad Yak, a poem by Gregory Corso, was sung by the author as part of a tribute to Jack Kerouac which was held during Salem State College's Arts Festival in April 1973.
    • The Lion for Real

      Ginsberg, Allen (1973)
      The Lion for Real, a poem by Allen Ginsberg, was read by the author as part of a tribute to Jack Kerouac which was held during Salem State College's Arts Festival in April 1973.
    • The Last Gangster

      Corso, Gregory (1973)
      The Last Gangster, a poem by Gregory Corso, was sung by the author as part of a tribute to Jack Kerouac which was held during Salem State College's Arts Festival in April 1973.
    • That Was My Meal

      Corso, Gregory (1973)
      That Was My Meal, a poem by Gregory Corso, was sung by the author as part of a tribute to Jack Kerouac which was held during Salem State College's Arts Festival in April 1973.
    • Sunflower Sutra

      Ginsberg, Allen (1973)
      Sunflower Sutra, a poem by Allen Ginsberg, was read by the author as part of a tribute to Jack Kerouac which was held during Salem State College's Arts Festival in April 1973.
    • Sea Chanty

      Corso, Gregory (1973)
      Sea Chanty, a poem by Gregory Corso, was sung by the author as part of a tribute to Jack Kerouac which was held during Salem State College's Arts Festival in April 1973.