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Spring 2004 Work of Literary Merit (WOLM)

Go Tell It On the Mountain
by James Baldwin



To find information about E.M. James Baldwin and his work, try some of the following sources:

Literature Resource Center & Other Databases
Books, Articles and Films on Library Reserve
Selected Webpages on James Baldwin and Related Topics
English Dept. WOLM Lectures

What is the Work of Literary Merit (WOLM)?
Previous Semesters' WOLM pages


Literature Resource Center
This online database includes a brief overview of Go Tell It On the Mountain as well as biographical information about James Baldwin and literary criticism of Go Tell It On the Mountain. The information is drawn from standard reference books such as Contemporary Authors, Dictionary of Literary Biography and Contemporary Literary Criticism .

(Off campus access: Use the "Off campus" link for Literature Resource Center on the Library's Electronic Databases page. SRJC User Name and PIN required for off-campus access.)

Expanded Academic ASAP (InfoTrac)
The Expanded Academic ASAP (InfoTrac) database contains magazine and journal articles on many topics. A search on "baldwin james (not "james baldwin") will locate numerous articles in online magazines as well as in print copies of magazines held in the SRJC libraries. You can also search InfoTrac for baldwin and go tell it on the mountain or for other related topics.

(Off campus access: Use the "Off campus" link for InfoTrac Expanded Academic ASAP on the Library's Electronic Databases page. SRJC User Name and PIN required for off-campus access.)

Twayne's Authors Series
This online book about James Baldwin contains information about his life and his work.

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Books, Articles and Films on Library Reserve for the WOLM

A collection of books and journal articles about James Baldwin and Go Tell It On the Mountain have been placed on reserve in the SRJC libraries for the WOLM project. In addition, several films related to Erdrich and her works maybe be viewed in the SRJC libraries.>In the Plover Library, ask for books and articles at the Reserve Books window; ask for films at the Media Services window. In the Mahoney Library, ask for books, articles or films at the Circulation Desk.


Webpages on James Baldwin and His Work

Terry Gross Interviews James Baldwin on "Fresh Air."
Online Media: UC Berkeley Lectures and Events
Listen to recorded interviews, lectures and talks by James Baldwin in Berkeley, California, 1979.
More on James Baldwin from the Archives of the New York Times
This website includes New York Times reviews of Baldwin's books, including Go Tell It On the Mountain, as well as articles written by and about Baldwin.
American Masters: James Baldwin
James Baldwin, Eloquent Writer in Behalf of Civil Rights, Is Dead (Obituary, New York Times)
James Baldwin: Teacher Resource File

Webpages on Topics Related to Go Tell It On the Mountain

The North Star: A Journal of African American Religious History
Maffley-Kipp, Laurie. African-American Religion in the Nineteenth Century. National Humanities Center.

(More coming soon....)

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SRJC English Department WOLM Lectures  
Mon., March 15, 12:15 P.M.
Newman Auditorium (Santa Rosa campus)
"Conversations with Al Young," Accompanied by jazz trombonist Al "Bone" Wardlow
photo of Al Young Al Young, Poet, Novelist, Essayist and Screenwriter.
Tues., March 16, 7:00 P.M.
Newman Auditorium (Santa Rosa campus)
"How Sweet the Sound: James Baldwin and the Spirit of the Black Church"
photo of Andre LaRue Andre LaRue, SRJC Instructor, Social Sciences
Wed. March 17, 12:00 Noon
Newman Auditorium (Santa Rosa campus)
"A Usual Route to the Blues"
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of richard speakes Richard Speakes, Poet and SRJC Instructor, English
Thurs. March 18, 7:00 P.M.
Newman Auditorium (Santa Rosa campus)
Panel discussion on Go Tell It On the Mountain SRJC English Instructors Terry Mulcaire, Julie Thompson and Anne Ysunza

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