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(ROBERSON) BBC World: "Tangier's curious Beat generation heritage"

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  • George F. Roberson
    (kindly forward as appropriate) Bowles / Beats / Tangier subject of video report on BBC World Tangier s curious Beat generation heritage by Sylvia Smith
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 23, 2012
      (kindly forward as appropriate)

      Bowles / Beats / Tangier
      subject of video report on BBC World
      "Tangier's curious Beat generation heritage" by Sylvia Smith

      Features ICPS/CMI friends Simon-Pierre Hamelin, Librairie des Colonnes and Gerald Loftus, Tangier American Legation. (see ICPS/CMI book cover at 0:18 and 2:03 of 4:09 total)

      There is currently renewed interest in the Beat Generation with the recent release the new film On the Road, by Jack Kerouac, for info click here
      http://www.imdb.com/title/ tt0337692/

      View the video report, click here
      http://collaborativemedia. blogspot.com/2012/10/bowles- beats-tangier-on-bbc-world. html

      Bowles / Beats / Tangier - Paul and Jane Bowles, the Beat Generation & the crossroads city of Tangier, Morocco.
      Allen Hibbard and Barry Tharaud, Editors. Khalid Amine, Project Director. International Collaboration Series - North Africa

      To order the book online, click here
      http://www.amazon.com/Bowles- Beats-Tangier-Allen-Hibbard/ dp/0982440928

      George F Roberson, PhD
      Capitol Hill - Denver, Colorado  USA
      Partners for International Collaboration and Education (PICE) -- Worldwide
      Collaborative Media International (CMI) -- Denver, Amherst, Tangier
      Annual International Conferences -- Tangier
      Geography Human Dimensions Research Group -- University of Massachusetts-Amherst
      Fulbright Scholar -- Morocco
      Fulbright Association -- Colorado Board of Directors
      Info: http://interactive-worlds. blogspot.com/2007/04/editor. html
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