CBC Ideas: "Heretic Blood", 1996-1999
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"Heretic Blood" was a 3 part program which aired on CBC Ideas in December, 1998. It re-aired in June, 1999 and again in December, 1999. Written, researched, and presented by Michael W. Higgins, the program was broadcast in honor of the 30th anniversary of the death of Thomas Merton. The program explored the spiritual geography of this influential monk, poet and author.
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This sub-series includes correspondence, contract, interviews, publicity, working papers, research material, draft script outlines, typescripts, and a newspaper article.
The records are arranged by subject.
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This series was produced in conjunction with the book, "Heretic Blood: The Spiritual Geography of Thomas Merton", authored by Michael W. Higgins and published two months earlier in September, 1998 by Stoddart Publishing Co. of Toronto.
A series of audio cassette tapes was also produced.
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- Higgins, Michael W. ; Merton, Thomas
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- St. Jerome's University ; Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
- St.Jerome’s College records
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- 14 cm. of textual records
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- Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
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- SJU Archives
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- By permission of the Librarian.
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