Looking for Jimmy Baldwin: Sex, Privacy, and Black Nationalist Fervor

@article{Field2004LookingFJ,
  title={Looking for Jimmy Baldwin: Sex, Privacy, and Black Nationalist Fervor},
  author={D. Field},
  journal={Callaloo},
  year={2004},
  volume={27},
  pages={457 - 480}
}
In an interview conducted shortly after the release of his film, Looking For Langston (1989), Isaac Julien remarked that his project could easily have been titled "Looking For Jimmy."' Instead, Julien's film, which explores the relationship between the black gay artist and the community, is dedicated to Baldwin, whose photograph weaves in and out of Julien's meditation on Langston Hughes. Julien's use of Baldwin's image renders visible a gay black artistic lineage that has historically been… Expand
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