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The Oral History Review Seeks a Copy- and Production Editor

The Oral History Review seeks sensitive, smart, and experienced editor, who likes grammar and long walks on the beach. The Oral History Review, the official journal of the Oral History Association, is accepting applications for an open position on the editorial team, the Copy- and Production Editor. The successful applicant will join OHR’s five-member editorial team […]

5 Questions About: The Oral History Reader

  We’ve asked authors of books that were recently reviewed in the Oral History Review to answer 5 questions about why we should read them. In our latest installment of the series, Alistair Thomson discusses The Oral History Reader which he co-edited alongside Robert Perks. Read the review by Sarah Milligan in OHR. What’s it about and why does it […]

Oral History’s Role in Preserving Palestinian History

In this week’s post, Rosemarie Esber discusses how oral history has served a vital role in preserving Palestinian voices during the post-1948 period. Here she recounts some of her experiences interviewing Palestinian refugees in Lebanon. By Rosemarie M. Esber From cutting funding to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA)—which provides 5 million Palestinian […]

The Laramie Project, Documentary Theater & Oral History Performance

In this post, writer, historian, and activist Holly Werner-Thomas explores “verbatim theater” as a medium for disseminating oral histories, reflecting on her son’s recent high school’s performance of The Laramie Project . By Holly Werner-Thomas Oral historians don’t always think of the theater as an outlet for their work. This thought occurred to me last […]

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