Research Catalog

Thomas Glave audio and moving image collection.

Title
Thomas Glave audio and moving image collection.
Author
Glave, Thomas.

Details

Additional Authors
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. Moving Image and Recorded Sound Division.
Found In
Contained in (manifestation) Glave, Thomas. Thomas Glave papers, 1990-2012.
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Sound recordings.
  • Video recordings.
Source (note)
  • Thomas Glave
Biography (note)
  • Thomas Glave was a writer, scholar, and social activist who has published four books of short fiction and essays exploring the experiences of LGBT people of color. His first book of short stories, "Whose song? and other stories" was published in 2000. As a scholar, he has edited the first anthology of Afro-Caribbean LGBT literaure, "Our Caribbean." He was active in the struggle for civil rights for the LGBT community in Jamaica, co-founding the first Jamaican LGBT organization, J-FLAG (Jamaica Forum for Lesbians, All-Sexuals, and Gays), in 1998. The bulk of the collection dates from 1990 to 2012 and consists of unpublished drafts and versions of short fiction and essays, correspondence, promotional fliers for readings and talks, and other materials that document Glave's career as a scholar and writer.
Linking Entry (note)
  • Forms part of: Thomas Glave papers, 1990-2012. Papers can be found in the Manuscript & Rare Books Division (Sc MG 836).
Call Number
Sc MIRS Glave
Author
Glave, Thomas.
Title
Thomas Glave audio and moving image collection.
Biography
Thomas Glave was a writer, scholar, and social activist who has published four books of short fiction and essays exploring the experiences of LGBT people of color. His first book of short stories, "Whose song? and other stories" was published in 2000. As a scholar, he has edited the first anthology of Afro-Caribbean LGBT literaure, "Our Caribbean." He was active in the struggle for civil rights for the LGBT community in Jamaica, co-founding the first Jamaican LGBT organization, J-FLAG (Jamaica Forum for Lesbians, All-Sexuals, and Gays), in 1998. The bulk of the collection dates from 1990 to 2012 and consists of unpublished drafts and versions of short fiction and essays, correspondence, promotional fliers for readings and talks, and other materials that document Glave's career as a scholar and writer.
Summary
The collection consists of 19 audio recordings and 1 moving image recording of Thomas Glave being interviewed and giving readings. The holdings are available in the Moving Image and Recorded Sound (MIRS) Division.
Linking Entry
Forms part of: Thomas Glave papers, 1990-2012. Papers can be found in the Manuscript & Rare Books Division (Sc MG 836).
Source
Thomas Glave Gift 2010
Added Author
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. Moving Image and Recorded Sound Division.
Found In:
Contained in (manifestation) Glave, Thomas. Thomas Glave papers, 1990-2012.
Research Call Number
Sc MIRS Glave
Sc MG 836
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