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OHA Annual Meeting 2016-Oct-12 to 2016-Oct-17
#Feminism: Speaking Up and Talking Back in the Digital Age
50 Years On: Reflections on Evolutions in Accessibility of Oral History Recordings
‘Is the recorder switched off?’ – Public interest, private narratives and Trailblazing Women lawyers in Australia.
‘The Continuous Thread of Revelation’: Chrononormativity and the Challenge of Queer Oral History
“Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Around:” Peggy Jean Connor, Oral History, and the Politics of a Local Movement
“Attitudes Evolve”: Narrative as a Strategy for Social Change in the Freedom to Marry Movement
“First, Do No Harm: Self-Reflexive Editing and Audience Engagement”
Lennon, Mary Ellen.
“Getting Preserved”: The Gift of the Interview
“I tell you this today, but tomorrow it will change”. Capturing the Messiness, Transitory, and Ephemeral Qualities of LGBT refugees’ Oral History
“I’ve never heard a story like that before:” Making queer histories visible through oral history and archiving in Vancouver, B.C.
“Ondare Bizia.” The return of Basque migrants and exiles’ histories to the homeland
“Politics, Critical Practice, and Interlinking.”
Tchen, John (Jack).
“Post-structuralism and Politics: Ronald J. Grele and a Theory of Oral History”
“Recalling our Bitter Experiences”: Consciousness Raising, Feminism and the Roots of Radical Oral History
“Ron Grele: Intellectual Challenger”
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A Digital Gateway to Air Force Heritage: Fielding Interactive Oral History Kiosks at the United States Air Force Academy
A Methodological Framework about Pedagogical Approaches to Oral History in Schools: Stimulating Emotions, Reason, and Agency
A Thousand Stories Never Heard Before - Beginnings of a Sweden Finns’s Digital Audio Archive
A journey to the Polish Yiddishlands - on the Yiddish roads of the oral history in contemporary Poland
After the State Hospital Closed: Patients and Families Look for Alternatives
Allan Nevins is not my Grandfather: The Roots of Radical Oral History Practice in the United States
Assessing “Silent Discrimination”: Community Persecution of LGBTI Individuals in Rwanda
At Home With a New Deal: Oral History, Historic Preservation and the Christian-Trigg Farm Project in Western Kentucky
BLOOD SAGA/Susan's Saga: a 25-year long journey from doctoral dissertation to book to documentary film to digitized internet access.
Back to The World: Reintegration and Incarceration of Disabled African-American Vietnam Veterans
Beers and Queers: The Foundations of the Las Vegas LGBT Community
Beyond The Hyphen: American Women and Ethnic Identity in the Twentieth Century
Breaking Through Childhood Metanarratives of War
Davey, Frances. and Salapska-Gelleri, Joanna.
Building An Oral History Program At West Point: Creating a Dynamic Organization that Supports the Academy Mission
Building Las Vegas: Finding and Shaping Identity in the Built Environment
CCOH@China: the Practice of Connecting Oral History and the Public
Kang, Xueping. and Li, Xiaoyan.
Capturing Coyote Flats: Exploring the Value of Collaborative Intergenerational Oral History
Capturing Student Voices Through Alumni Outreach: New Models for Documenting Institutional History at North Carolina State University
Challenging the Model Minority Stereotype with Tattoos and Oral Histories: “Inknography: A Digital Oral History Collection of Tattooed Asian Americans”
Changing the Game—from Oral History Project to Book to Documentary: a transformation in positionality.
Chicano Testimonios as Oppositional Oral History
Closing the Asylum: Interviews with Psychiatrists, Patients and Nurses from the Radical Psychiatry Movement in Italy
Computational Methods and Qualitative Data: Trailblazing Women Lawyers and their Networks.
Conflicted Histories: Internal Conflict in the ACT UP Oral History Project
Continuing to Add Personal Dimension to the Interpretation of the Past
Creating Connections to Oral History Through Wikipedia
Creating a “Dialogue” Between Narrators and the Community: The Schizophrenia Oral History Project
McDonough, Tracy. and Crane, Lynda.
Creating an Aural History eBook: Opportunities and Challenges for Digital Oral History
Culture, Place, and Tradition: Cultivating Community-Based Art in Berks County, Pennsylvania
Dancers We Lost: Interviewing Family Members of Performers Lost to HIV/AIDS
Del Mar Voices today: A pivotal role in planning the future
Del Mar Voices: A Twenty-Year long quest to capture memories and reflections of mayors and oldtimers
Deriving Meaning from Silence: How Oral Histories of a Theater Illuminate the Legacies of Discrimination
Dismantling the Myth: Female Educators at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Displacing Narratives: Oral History & Popular Education
Documenting Advocacy: The Minnesota Commission of Deaf, DeafBlind, and Hard of Hearing Minnesotans Oral-Visual History Project
Does Voice/the Spoken Word Make a Difference? Audio Excerpting, Interpretive Authority and Ethical Questions for Online Digital Publishing
Dresses, Diamonds, and Duty: ‘Mixing’ Customs of the Las Vegas Showgirl
Employing new technologies: Honoring our narrators in a digital age
Erasing Arizona: The Purging of Mexican-American Educational Rights (An Oral History)
Gutierrez Peraza, Salvador.
Estamos Abiertos: Cuba, the United States, and the Future of Transnational Feminist Collaboration
Exploring the History of a Growing Medical School through Vivid Personal Stories
Greenberg, Heidi. and Lombardo, Nancy.
Faster Access or Perfect Metadata: The Balance in Indexing and Cataloging Oral Histories
Espinoza, Summer., Do, Gavin. and Sato, Erin.
Feminists on the City Council
Fifty Years of Progress: Showcasing the Oral History Association’s Past as it Propels Toward the Future
Keys, Jessica. and Silvio, Jodi.
Forty Years Later: Chronicles from the Knoxville Center for Reproductive Health
From Asylum to Treatment Center: The Anoka State Hospital, its Staff, and Patients Through an Era of Change and Deinstitutionalization
From Legacy to Learning: Creating Interest and Promoting Use of State Hospital Materials in a University Setting
From testimony to resettlement claim: A case study from Uganda
Future Oral History in Exhibition——A Case Study of the Project “See and Say”
Sun, Yi. and Zhao, Yigong.
Hanford Oral History Project
Holy Innocents: An Oral History of Religion at an Institution for the Developmentally Disabled
Rickord, Ashlynn. and Green, Laurence.
How does being a lawyer enable women to be active citizens and productive public beings?
Rubenstein, Kim. and Halonkin, Larissa.
I Do? Australian Lesbian and Gay Life Stories and the Question of Marriage
Illustrating the Birth and Growth of a Profession: National Library of Medicine Presents the Medical Informatics Pioneers Oral History Collection
Goodwin, Rebecca., Sittig, Dean. and Ash, Joan.
Interviewing Gay Elders- Baby, You Are My Religion
Interviewing professional interviewers: An oral history of foreign correspondents
Into History: Inserting The Practices of Oral History into the Community College and Surrounding Community
Turner, Danette. and McCarty, Julie.
Just What Do You Think About All Day Long?: The Sounds and Stories of Paul Graney
Limp Wrists and Clenched Fists: Living the 1970s Gay Left
Looking back at Del Mar as we look forward
Making Visible the Invisible: Analysis of an Indigenous Community Oral History Program
Managing Massive Amounts of Narrative Data to Write an Engaging History
Migration with Dignity in Middle Tennessee: Challenges and Possibilities
Mississippi Watermelons, Food and Flowers: Oral Histories from Chicago's South Side
Barcliff Baptista, Lori.
More than a Riot: Listening to the Unheard Voices of Crown Heights
Museum Adventures in Technology and Interpretation: Two Challenges of an Ongoing Oral History Project
My Story: The SAHABIYE Neighborhood Oral History Project in Kayseri - Turkey
Narrating Forgiveness: Rwandan Women’s Experiences of Reconciliation
Narratives of Displacement and Resistance: Deep Listening for Social Justice in the Bay Area
Never Forget Where You Came From: Using Oral History in the Classroom to Further Historical Consciousness of Local Communities
Norwich Voices: Traditions and Transitions in a University Setting
OHMSing for Access and Uniformity: Large-scale OHMS implementation at Yale's Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies
Naron, Stephen. and Hirsch, Rebecca.
Once Upon Time on the West… Czech Abroad Travelling through Iron Curtain Before Velvet Revolution (and After) in Oral History Perspective
One Quilt, One Person, One Camera, Three Minutes: Quilt Alliance's Go Tell It at the Quilt Show! Project
Parker, Emma. and Smucker, Janneken.
Oral Histories of Home & Place in Gentrifying North Philadelphia
Oral History As Surveillance? Digital Technologies, Internet Publicity, and Neo-liberal Economics
Oral History Pedagogy in Situation of Conflict
Vodniza, Guillermo. and Freund, Alexander.
Oral History Without Words: Representing Activism’s Traumatic Dimensions
Oral History and Power: Black Women's Political Organizing in Washington D.C.
Oral History and the Public: Creating Podcasts with Open Source Software and Social Media
Oral History as Social Justice: Women in post-conflict South Africa
Oral History, Biography, and State Hospitals: Franklin Hunter Garrett and Camarillo State Hospital in the 1950s
Yamane, Nan A..
Oral History, Cultural Memory and Highway Building: the Lincoln Park Community in El Paso, Texas
Oral History, Memory and Resistance: Japanese Mexicans during WWII
Oral History/Hometown History: Performing Stories of Desegregation in My East Texas Hometown
Out in the Rural: The Tufts-Delta Health Center in the words of those who built it
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Painting Stories and Giving Voice to Memory: Immigrants, the Homeless, and Minorities in the Digital Age
Palestinians Envision Life Without Occupation
Palestinians Envision Life Without Occupation--The Power of Visuals in Narratives
Performing in Dark Times: Documenting the Theatre of Nazi Concentration Camps through Holocaust Survivor Oral Testimonies
Plots and Subplots: Ronald Grele’s Passion for Narrative”
Clark, Mary Marshall.
Portraits of Denial & Desire
Presenting women’s life stories online, public and private: Rights, re-usage and research data management of oral history data
Preserving the Story of AIDS
Press Record: The Podcast from the Southern Oral History Program
Priority on Preservation and Access: The Negro Spirituals Heritage Keepers Project
Project Oral History of the Brazilian Army, in particular, the recording methodology of the Military Operation in the “Alemão Slum”.
Promoting Education as a Tool of Liberation: How Gay and Lesbian Students Mobilized on California College Campuses in the 1970s
Puerto Rican Women in Education: A Participant Observer Methodology
Queer Counterpublics Then and Now: A reading of queer performances from the Pittsburgh Queer History Project Archives
Queer nostalgia and the archive
Recording and Interpreting the World War II Suicide Squadron Legacy in Japan: Tadamasa Itatsu and the Chiran Peace Museum
Recovering a Populist Past in a Politicized Present: The Collective Memory of Children’s Lived Experiences during Argentina’s Peronist Era, 1946-1955
Remembering Fiction and Making Identities: What Can Book Groups Tell Us about Group and Individual Memory?
Murphy, Amy. and Smith, Graham.
Roots Run Deep Here: Oral Histories in the Lower Ninth Ward
Gelvin, Elizabeth., Dragoon, Stephanie. and Cooper, Rebecca.
Silent Voices No More: Memories of the Workers’ who Toiled the Orchards at Stahmann Farms
Carmona, Judith., Araujo, Blanca., Chavez, Dr. Rudolfo. and Troncoso, Oscar.
Small boxes of sexual crimes: turning oral histories into evidence for the International People’s Tribunal for 1965
So You Want Your Oral Histories Used? Bridging the Gap Between Oral Histories, Librarians, and Patrons
Staring Out to Sea: Oral History in the Immediate Aftermath of Disaster
Start a NEW Tradition: Oral History as an Integrated Historical Inquiry and Language Arts Project in the Middle School Classroom
Stories within the Steel: Collecting and Exhibiting Oral Histories on board the Aircraft Carrier Intrepid
Taking Back Our Education: How Students Shaped California's Public Higher Education System
Talking about mental illness: life histories in modern Australia
Taming the Tiger, Charming the Commissar: Collecting Underground Interviews from the Other Vietnamese Veterans
Teaching Social Justice: An Oral History of Anti-Gentrification in Harlem
Technology in the Field: The Power of Radio as a Transitional Force for the Sandinista Movement in Nicaragua
Testimonios of the Mexican Revolution; Memory, Legacy, and Significance
The African American Experience in Las Vegas from Cassette Tape to Historical Documentary
The Chicano Vanguard: Rescuing the Little Known History of Mexican Americans in the United Auto Workers Union
The Daughters of Charity Foundation and Systemic Change
The Eastwick Place and Community Memory Project: Refuse, Refuge and Oral History in the New Public Environmental Humanities
Nagle, Jeffrey. and Holler, Jess.
The Effects of Deindustrialization on Mining Communities like Sabero
The Elephant in the Room: Settler Memories of Famine and Wildlife Conflict Underlie Resistance to Conservation in an Indian Forest Fringe
Oommen, Meera., Gladstone, William. and Goodall, Heather.
The History of KLSU
The Law and the Transcript: Providing Equal Access to Online Oral History
The Living Wage Project: The Challenges of Capturing Social Movements in the 21st Century through Oral History
Cowick, Carmen. and Cowick, Jeff.
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UCSB Memorial Archive
Barthelemy, JD, MA, Melissa. and Larson, Julia.
Unlocking the Closet Door: Issues of Gay/Straight Relationships in an Oral History Project
Untangling a Complicated Dialogue: “Diversity” and the Reproduction of Whiteness in Pro-choice Activism
Using Oral History to Map the Social and Political Landscapes of Queer Youth in the U.S., 1950-1980
Whose Home of the Blues?: Narratives of Race and Community Surrounding Antone’s Blues Club in Austin, Texas
Writing Migrant Histories in Canada: Conversations with Mexican Farmworkers in British Columbia and Manitoba
OHA Annual Meeting 2016-Oct-12 to 2016-Oct-17
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