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Collection Number: 05074-z

Collection Title: Neal Hutcheson Collection of Jonathan Williams Readings (#5074-z) 2001

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Abstract Neal Gregory Hutcheson, a North Carolina State University graduate, is a filmmaker in Durham, N.C. He has worked with the North Carolina State University Humanities Extension/Publications Program, the outreach section of the NCSU College of Humanities and Social Science. One of the Program's publications is the Talk About Writing: Portraits of North Carolina Writers series of educational videos about the lives and work of prominent writers. Poet Jonathan Williams was born on 8 March 1929 in Asheville, N.C. In 1951, he founded the non-profit Jargon Society, which publishes poetry of lesser-known or forgotten artists. The collection includes videotapes and other materials from Neal Hutcheson's Talk About Writing: Jonathan Williams and Jonathan Williams Selected Readings, funded by Jim Clark and the North Carolina State University Humanities Extension/Publications Program. The recordings feature Williams reading his poems, but there is also a conversation about H. B. Kitty, the Jargon Society mascot and footage and a script from the NCSU Humanities Extension/Publications Program series, Talk About Writing: Portraits of North Carolina Writers in which Williams discusses writing, poetry, and his work.
Creator Hutcheson, Neal.
Language English.
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Use of videotapes may require production of viewing copies.
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Provenance
Received from Neal Hutcheson and Jim Clark of Raleigh, N.C., NCSU Humanities Extension/Publications, in August 2001 (Acc. 99046).
Sensitive Materials Statement
Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, the North Carolina Public Records Act (N.C.G.S. § 132 1 et seq.), and Article 7 of the North Carolina State Personnel Act (Privacy of State Employee Personnel Records, N.C.G.S. § 126-22 et seq.). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill assumes no responsibility.
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Neal Gregory Hutcheson, a North Carolina State University graduate, is a filmmaker in Durham, N.C. Hutcheson has worked as a producer and editor with the North Carolina State University Humanities Extension/Publications program on media projects.

The North Carolina State University Humanities Extension/Publications Program is the outreach section of the College of Humanities and Social Science, North Carolina State University. The program seeks an educational partnership with the people of North Carolina and is involved in numerous projects, lectures, and service activities. One of the Program's publications is Talk About Writing: Portraits of North Carolina writers, a series of educational videos about the lives and work of prominent writers.

Jonathan Williams was born on 8 March 1929 in Asheville, N.C., the son of Georgia Chamberlain and Ben Williams. After his graduation from St. Albans, Williams studied the visual arts at Princeton, Atelier 17, the Phillips Memorial Gallery, and the Institute of Design (Chicago). While studying photography at Black Mountain College, Williams embarked on a career as a poet. He has written more than 50 books and his poems are often accompanied by illustrations. Williams has received several awards for his poetry, including honorary degrees, a Guggenheim Fellowship for Poetry, and the North Carolina Award in Fine Arts. In 1951, Williams founded the non-profit Jargon Society, which publishes poetry of lesser-known or forgotten artists.

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Videotapes and other materials from Neal Hutcheson's Talk About Writing: Jonathan Williams and Jonathan Williams Selected Readings, funded by Jim Clark and the North Carolina State University Humanities Extension/Publications Program. The recordings are chiefly of poet Jonathan Williams reading his poems, but there is also a conversation about H. B. Kitty, the Jargon Society mascot and footage and a script from the NCSU Humanities Extension/Publications Program series, Talk About Writing: Portraits of North Carolina Writers in which Williams discusses writing, poetry, and his work.

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Videotapes and other materials from Neal Hutcheson's Talk About Writing: Jonathan Williams and Jonathan Williams Selected Readings, funded by Jim Clark and the North Carolina State University Humanities Extension/Publications Program. The recordings are chiefly of poet Jonathan Williams reading his poems, but there is also a conversation about H. B. Kitty, the Jargon Society mascot and footage and a script from the NCSU Humanities Extension/Publications Program series, Talk About Writing: Portraits of North Carolina Writers in which Williams discusses writing, poetry, and his work.

VT-5074/1. Jonathan Williams Readings, volume 1: selected readings from An Ear In Bartram's Tree, part 1, 2001 (Betacam, 1" tape in cassette, 49 minutes). #05074-z, Series: "Neal Hutcheson Collection of Jonathan Williams Readings, 2001."

VT-5074/2. Jonathan Williams Readings, volume 2: selected readings from An Ear In Bartram's Tree, part 2, including conversation about H. B. Kitty, the Jargon Society mascot (Betacam, 1" tape in cassette, 49 minutes). #05074-z, Series: "Neal Hutcheson Collection of Jonathan Williams Readings, 2001."

VT-5074/3. Jonathan Williams Readings, volume 3: selected readings from Blues & Roots/Rue & Bluets, 2001 (Betacam, 1" tape in cassette, 56 minutes). #05074-z, Series: "Neal Hutcheson Collection of Jonathan Williams Readings, 2001."

VT-5074/4. Jonathan Williams Readings, volume 4: selected readings from Elite/Elate Poems, 2001 (Betacam, 1" tape in cassette, 45 minutes). #05074-z, Series: "Neal Hutcheson Collection of Jonathan Williams Readings, 2001."

VT-5074/5. Jonathan Williams Readings, volume 5: "The Loco Logodaedalist In Situ," "Mahler," "Get Hot or Get Out!" 2001 (Betacam, 1" tape in cassette, 50 minutes). #05074-z, Series: "Neal Hutcheson Collection of Jonathan Williams Readings, 2001."

VT-5074/6. Jonathan Williams Readings, volume 6: "Gless...Swarthy Monotonies...Rince Cochon...& Chozzerai for Simon," "Supa Dupa Inglaise Poems," "The Fifty-two Clerihews Of Clara Hughes," "Aposiopeses," 2001 (Betacam, 1" tape in cassette, 58 minutes). #05074-z, Series: "Neal Hutcheson Collection of Jonathan Williams Readings, 2001."

VT-5074/7. Jonathan Williams Readings, volume 7: "Dementations On Shank's Mare," "Delian Seasons," "No No Nonsense," "Quantulumcumque," "Anathema Maranatha!" 2001 (Betacam, 1" tape in cassette, 54 minutes). #05074-z, Series: "Neal Hutcheson Collection of Jonathan Williams Readings, 2001."

VT-5074/8. Jonathan Williams Readings, volume 8: "Horny & Ornery," "Kinnikinnick Brand Kickapoo Joy-Juice," "Scumbags From Parnassus," "Amuse-Gueules for Bemused Ghouls," Talking About Writing, Portraits of North Carolina Writers: Jonathan Williams, 2001 (Betacam, 1" tape in cassette, 58 minutes). #05074-z, Series: "Neal Hutcheson Collection of Jonathan Williams Readings, 2001."

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Script for Jonathan Williams Talk About Writing and Jonathan Williams Selected Readings programs. #05074-z, Series: "Neal Hutcheson Collection of Jonathan Williams Readings, 2001." Folder 1

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