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Oral History Association Annual Meeting 2017-Oct-04 to 2017-Oct-09
"Are You Ready for that Great Atomic Power?" Oral History, Bluegrass Music and a Museum/Archives Partnership
"What Does Reparative Citizenship Mean to You?" The Spanish/Portuguese Sephardic Citizenship Oral History Project
: Embracing Ambiguous and Flexible Memories of Community: Teaching Oral History through the Lens of Memory Studies
'It was a f**king drag’: Remembering and Communicating the Lives of Homosexual Men in London using Oral History, 1953-1967.
'Nine-One-One': A Study of Two Individual Remembrances of September 11, 2001
‘I’ve never told anyone this before…’ The Challenge of Accuracy in American Trans Life History Narratives
“Hearing Their Stories”: Rethinking Power in American Indian Oral Histories
“It has always been a tradition”: Lakota Veterans and the Vietnam War
“Other People’s Business”: An Oral Historian Looks at Psychoanalysis
“Surviving Memory” Workshops: Salvadoran Civil War Refugees, Internacionalistas, and the Construction of Counter-Hegemonic Historical Narratives
“Turn Off the Recorder, Now I Will Tell You”: Talking about the Soviet Past in Eastern Ukraine
“Using Readers’ Theater to Invite Deep Discussion of the St. Kate’s Voices of Homelessness Oral History Project
“You ask many questions, but you don’t give many answers”: Learning how not to know about conflict
A new development - Using oral history to improve public policies and programs
Active Oral History Interviewing: Notes from the Field
Adults’ Childhood Recollections of World War II: Engaging Audiences Across Culture and Language
Davey, Frances. and Salapska-Gelleri, Joanna.
After the Shots: Publishing the Kent State Shootings
America Left Out: Rethinking Oral Historians’ Approaches to Building Archives of and for the Marginalized
An Oral History of the Inclusion of Gays and Lesbians in a Progressive Episcopal Church
Gilgun, Jane. and Moulton, Laura.
An academia-military partnership: the General John W Vessey, Jr Oral History Project
Ewer, Daniel. and Saylor, Thomas.
Audiences Embody Racialized and Gendered Geographies
Australian Lives: An Intimate History—Experimenting with Digital Aural History
Automatic for the People: Engaging Communities through the Athens Music Project
Becoming and Being Teachers: An Oral History of Teacher Education in Shanghai, China (1949-1982)
Being Public As Part of the Ceremony of Research
Beyond the History Factory: Using Oral History to Study the History of Business
Breaking Out the Fine-Tooth Comb: The Process of Editing Transcripts at BUIOH
Breaking the Southern Part of Heaven: University-Community Engagement Through Documentary and Oral History
Fryar, Charlotte. and Ridder-Beardsley, Emily.
Bridging Past and Present with a Rhetorical Approach to Oral History
Bridging the Gap: Producing Community Oral History Projects from within a University
Building a Bicentennial: The Indiana University Bicentennial Oral History Project
Building a Community-Centered School in Anti-Community Times: Teachers’ Voices from the South Bronx, 1968
Campus Life Histories: Oral History, Intersectionality, and the Future of Higher Education
Alvarez, Mario. and de la Piedra, Benjamin.
Climate Refugees: The Vanishing of Isle de Jean Charles, Louisiana
Cognition and the Problem of Memory for Oral History Methodology
Cold War in Alaska: Nike Missile Sites Project Jukebox
Collecting Oral Histories in the Speak Easy Recording Studio
Computational Analysis of Texts and Nonverbal Communication in Oral History
Burnett, Paul. and Gano, Gretchen.
Creating a Niche: Communicating Relevance in New University-Based Oral History Programs
Creating and Preserving Community: The Anoka State Hospital Oral History Project
Critical Oral History: Connecting School and Community
Cultures of Writing at a Community College
Curating a City Mosaic: Centering Oral History in the "Stories of Atlanta"
Disassembling Neoliberal Education through Collecting Family Oral stories
Empathy is Everything: Bringing an Oral History Background to Nonprofit Community Development Work
Engaging Audiences: Oral History and the Public (Library)
Engaging the Wisdom Oral History Project: A Partnership in Racial Healing
Odom, Donna. and Mills, Bruce.
Even West Texas Had a Civil Rights Movement
Feeling History, Thinking History
Feminist Activism and the Directors Guild of America
Finding Resilience: Advice from Oral Historians on the Front Lines of Memory, Violence, and Survival
Finding and Grappling with SNCC’s Lesbian/ Gay History
Finding the Black Power in the Bluff City: The Triumphs and the Challenges
From Q&A to Oral History: Building a Community Oral History Program with Tucson’s Chinese Cultural Center
Giving Voice to a Little Known Community: Hmong Americans in Michigan
Go Out and Learn, Return and Serve: Native American Student Activists at Brigham Young University
Head and Heart: Language and Audience in the Eat Street Oral History Project
Here. A listening session on including voices at the margins of our practice
Pombier Berger, Nicki.
Imagining the Audience
In With the Old, In With the New: Breathing New Life into Oral Histories
Inserting Librarians in the Canadian Oral History Conversation
Interrogating Metronormativity: Creating a Rural HIV/AIDS Oral History Archive
Klinker, Mary Jo. and Van Cleve, Stewart.
Invented Communities: The Group Interview as a Strategy for Social Justice
Kentucky Oral History Day: Engaging Audiences in the Work of Oral History
Knowledge from the Grassroots; Community Pedagogy and Latin American Testimonios in the Classroom
Known and Unknown Audiences: A Model for Multiple Entry-Point Oral History Access
Listening to the Post-Industrial City: A Place-Based Approach to Oral History
Making Voices Heard: Collecting and Sharing Oral Histories from Users of Segregated Libraries in the South
Making place for displaced memories through spatial and mobile storytelling
Managing Danger in Oral Historical Fieldwork: Reflections on the Role of the Interviewer(s) and Interviewees’ Potential Reactions to Discussing Difficult Subjects
Mapping + Collecting: Midwestern Lowrider Culture and Community
Mediating listening, performing living connections: the art of being guided through someone else’s life story…in her absence
Sotelo Castro, Luis.
Memories of Violence and Punk's Challenge to Oral History
Memories of the 1959 Volunteer Ticket Campaign in Memphis, Tennessee
Memory, Narrative, and Ongoing Involvement: The Materialization of Nostalgia in Los Angeles’ Vintage Jamaican Music Scene
Methods of Be/Longing: Oral History Practices and Productions
Multiple Interviewees and Multiple Audiences in a Dominican Immigrant Oral History Project
My Houston: Using Art and Oral History to Document My Hometown
National Education Encounters Critical Pedagogy: Teaching Oral History in Turkey
Navigating the Tangled Webs: Indigenous Spaces for Language and Culture in Higher Education
New Directions and Historical Legacies: Voices Unveiled from the DuSable Museum of African American History
Not Just Hearing: The Impact of Traumatic Oral Histories on the Interviewer
On the Trail of Northern Expedition Films: Conversations with Their Creators
Oral Histories from El Salvador: Disrupting the Official Narrative, Uncovering Forgotten Histories
Oral History + Technology = Too Much Emotion?
Oral History and Professional Reputation: Addressing Concerns in Interview Transcription
Oral History as Community History, Engagement, and Scholarship
Oral History in the Community
Sommer, Barbara W..
Oral History of Föhrenwald Children: Jewish Shtetl of Displaced Persons Connect via an Interactive Factual Documentary and The Handie-Memorial.
Oral History on Display: Attracting Museum Audiences Inside and Outside of the Exhibit Space
Oral History, Digital Scholarship, and the Desegregation Crisis at Mansfield
Oral History, Information Literacy, and the Public Humanities: The Texas After Violence Project and “The Rhetoric of Human Rights”
Nunes, Charlotte. and Uzendoski, Andrew.
Oromo Oral History in Afaan Oromoo: Language, oral history, and an immigrant community in Minnesota
Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Faculty Strike, October, 2016: The View from Millersville
Parrish, Marilyn. and Cameron, Lauren.
Podcasts from Oral Histories: Examples from the Swamp Ward and Inner Harbour History Project, Kingston Canada
Political Radicalism and the Forging of Interracial Social Justice Movements
Public Engagement and the Legitimation of Oral Histories of Leisure
Raising the Visibility of Hobson City, Alabama through Oral Histories
Re-centering Melanesian Voices in New Zealand: Reflections on Oral History Approaches with ni-Vanuatu RSE Workers in Cromwell, Central Otago
Reflecting Together on Minnesota Feminism and Oral History
Yang, Kabo. and Seidman, Rachel.
Rehearsing Old Age: Teaching and Performing Oral Histories of Centenarians
Pearson Little Thunder, Julie.
Remembering Race: Memories of Black Politics and Culture in Memphis, 1966 and 1973
Rereading Silences and Hesitations in Group Interviews
Seeing the History Through Immense Metadata: Assessing and Processing Large Oral History Collections
Shared Authority With Different Audiences in Mind: Community Oral History Projects with Marginalized Subcultures
Square Pegs and Round Holes? Where Archives and Exhibition Meet
Verhoef, Linda (Sue).
Stories of Trauma from the Black Liberation Movement: Listen at Your Own Risk
Tammen Newene: Western Shoshone Treaty Rights, Earth Politics, and Common Ground
Telling Our Own Stories: Native History in the Minnesota Region
Harper, Mattie. and Beane, Kate.
Testimonios of the Salvadoran Co-Madres: Making Histories from Human Rights Advocates
The Academy as Community: The University of Minnesota Academic Health Center Project
The Audiences for Queer Life Stories: Constructing Same-Sex Desire in Finland and Estonia in the 1990s
The E-Parent and Alternative Truths: Is There a Role for the Historian to Tell the History of Measles Vaccination?
The Humanities of Contingency
The Life We March For: Oral Histories of the Freddie Gray Demonstrations
The Los Angeles Plaza de Culturas y Artes Museum: A Living Experience for the Mexican American Community in Southern California
The Missing Recorder & the Manicured Fist: Lessons from an International Oral History Partnership
The Oklahoma Mesonet Oral History Project
The Online Evolution of the Houston Asian American Archive: Enhancement, Engagement, and Expansion.
Chao, Anne. and Focke, Amanda.
The Oral History Project of the Brazilian Army
The Problematic German Reunification: Whose History Counts?
The Protest Triangle: Civil Rights Activism and Academic Freedom in Raleigh and Durham, 1960-1963
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Understanding Silence: Interplay of Personal and Public Memories of the Internment in Finland
Victims, Beneficiaries, or Somewhere in Between?: Hungarian Athletes’ Memories On Socialism
Voices from the Margins: Latinas in Higher Education, an Oral History Study
Voices of Veterans: A History Communication Project
Voices of War: The Unspoken History of Violence Against Women During El Salvador’s Civil War, 1980-92
Volunteers and HIV and AIDS in Australia in the 1980s and early 1990s: Reflections from a National Oral History Project
Walk the Talk: In Situ Production of Geolocated Walking Testimonies in Jane and Finch, one of Toronto’s most stigmatized neighborhoods
What's Going On: Reflections on the Opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture
Without Sound: The Importance of Listening for “Orality” in Written Transcripts
Words and Objects: Building Oral Histories into the Museum Collecting Process
Franz, Kathleen G.. and Loza, Mireya.
Oral History Association Annual Meeting 2017-Oct-04 to 2017-Oct-09
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