Re: Conference at UCLA on GLK
- Perhaps it's possible to contact the author or the conference organizers at UCLA itself? The latter option seems a more likely solution.
- Did anyone ever find out anything about this?
Any comment from the government?
--- In email@example.com, Tlloydt@... wrote:
> How would one go about getting a copy of the paper on the subject?
> LLOYD L. THOMS JR.
> WILMINGTON, DELAWARE
> UNITED STATES
- kilroyjameson wrote:
> Did anyone ever find out anything about this?
> Any comment from the government?
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org
> <mailto:gaykingdom%40yahoogroups.com>, Tlloydt@... wrote:
> > How would one go about getting a copy of the paper on the subject?
> > LLOYD L. THOMS JR.
> > GREENVILLE
> > WILMINGTON, DELAWARE
> > UNITED STATES
> > Tlloydt@...
I sent an e-mail to the department at UCLA when we first heard about it
in the hopes they would send us a copy; there has to be a PDF in this
day and age. However, I received no response. I also e-mailed the
campus LGBT group, but received no response either.
I do not live near UCLA or know anyone who teaches or studies there any
I agree it would be interesting to read what the author had to
say...maybe next time I am near there, I will try to go and find out
more info on our behalf.
Here's an email address I found for the organizers of the conference: lgbs@... from this website: http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/humnet/lgbts/contact.html. If the name of the author is available, maybe it's possible to just google him/her?