Clyde Taylor

Clyde Taylor

Clyde Taylor is an African-American writer and film scholar, who is an emeritus professor at New York University, and a contributor to journals such as 'Black Film Review' and 'Jump Cut'. He coined the term L.A. Rebellion for the Los Angeles School of Black Filmmakers movement. He wrote the documentary film, 'Midnight Ramble', and is the author of 'The Mask of Art: Breaking the Aesthetic Contract - Film and Literature'. Wikipedia*

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Clyde Taylor has three videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1996 Forum. The year with the most videos was 2002 with two videos. Most appearances with Manthia Diawara (2). Most common tag: African Americans.

Appearances by Title:c. October 18, 1996 - Present Assistant Director, Africana Studies, New York University Videos: 3

Recent Appearances

  • Visionary Writers on the Future of America

    Visionary Writers on the Future of America

    Panelists spoke about visionary writers who helped transform society and the role of the black intellectual. After their…

  • Award Banquet

    Award Banquet

    Speaker Hastert was presented with the Wheaton College alumnus of the year award and honored for his service to America.

  • Black Genius

    Black Genius

    In the inaugural lecture of a series on “Black Genius,” Mr. Lee, an alumnus, spoke at New York University. He talked about…

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