American Studies Association of Texas
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Thursday afternoon, November 14, featured the showing of a documentary, “The Day Kennedy Died,” produced by the Smithsonian Channel. Shown here is Charles Poe who introduced and commented on the film.
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Thursday evening of November 14, saw a gathering of creative members of ASAT for a session of poetry, narrative, and analysis.
For more on the film and on the poetry presenters, go here to the blog.
After the sessions on Friday, November 15, nearly two dozen ASAT-
After dinner, we all hustled back over to Baylor University to Kayser Auditorium where we were treated to a delightful special presentation by Donna M. Johnson who gave us insight into the fast disappearing culture of Christian tent revival meetings and life.
(Left to right) Mia Moody-