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Schizophrenia and Oral History

Schizophrenia and Oral History oralhistoryreview: It’s been awhile, but the Oral History Review on OUPblog podcast is back! Today’s episode features OHR contributors Drs. Linda Crane and Tracy McDonough answering OHR Managing Editor Troy Reeves’s questions about the Schizophrenia Oral History Project and their article, “Living with Schizophrenia: Coping, Resilience, and Purpose,” which appears in […]

Schizophrenia and Oral History

Schizophrenia and Oral History It’s been awhile, but the Oral History Review on OUPblog podcast is back! Today’s episode features OHR contributors Drs. Linda Crane and Tracy McDonough answering OHR Managing Editor Troy Reeves’s questions about the Schizophrenia Oral History Project and their article, “Living with Schizophrenia: Coping, Resilience, and Purpose,” which appears in the […]

archivesofamericanart: usnatarchives: Join us on Thursday, April 3,  from 9:30 to 4 pm at the National Archives Building in Washington, DC for an all-day Archives Fair! Enter through the Special Events Entrance on 7th St. and Constitution Ave. The DC Caucus of MARAC and the National Archives Assembly are co-hosting this all-day Archives Fair. Archives-related groups […]

Oral history, collective memory, and community among cloistered nuns – OUPblog

Oral history, collective memory, and community among cloistered nuns – OUPblog This week, managing editor Troy Reeves speaks with scholar and artist Abbie Reese about her recently published book, Dedicated to God: An Oral History of Cloistered Nuns. Through an exquisite blend of oral and visual narratives, Reese shares the stories of the Poor Clare […]

Oral History Rules I’ve Broken

Oral History Rules I’ve Broken Interviewed people I know well Had multiple interviews with either 2 or 3 narrators at a time In said interviews I was not miked and when there were 3 people, neither was one of the narrators. Staunchly avoided chronological questions Conducted interviews at 2:30 a.m. Conducted interviews after sharing more […]

The Struggle For Workers Rights In The 1970s South

The Struggle For Workers Rights In The 1970s South In the 1970s, the small town of Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina was dominated by the J.P. Stevens textile mills, which controlled many aspects of its workers’ lives.  A coalition made up of workers from different races, genders and religious backgrounds came together and won the right to a […]

Oral History in Motion: Movements, Transformations, and the Power of Story

2014 OHA Annual Meeting October 8-12, 2014Madison, WisconsinMadison Concourse Hotel Deadline: February 1, 2014 Motion suggests many things: action and transformation; dynamism and fluidity; migration and the power to move. By its very nature, oral history is constantly in motion – in the evolving relationship between the two parties in an interview; in the interplay […]

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