New York University graduate student Yu-Shih Huang discusses her oral history StoryMap project which maps the life of one of Taiwan’s Lo-Sheng Sanatorium patients, Báu Bān-Ki. By Yu-Shih Huang According to an estimated statistic of International Telecommunication Union, “at the end of 2018, 51.2 per cent of the global population, or 3.9 billion people, was using […]
In this installment of Oral History Review‘s OHR Conversations, Editorial Assistant Nicole Strunk interviews Tom Ikeda, the founder and executive director of Densho. Together they discuss how the oral history project approaches saving the testimonies and experiences of incarcerated Japanese Americans during World War II. Listen to audio of the conversation between Tom Ikeda and Nicole Strunk. […]
Debates in the Digital Humanities librarianrafia: Welcome to the open-access edition of Debates in the Digital Humanities, which brings together leading figures in the field to explore its theories, methods, and practices and to clarify its multiple possibilities and tensions. First published by the University of Minnesota Press in 2012 as a printed book, Debates in the Digital Humanities is expandinginto a […]
Oral history goes transnational – OUPblog Barring something unforeseen circumstances – looking at you, USPS – all subscribers should have received their copy of the Oral History Review Volume 40, Issue 2. We’re quite proud of this round of articles, which in the words of our editor-in-chief Kathy Nasstrom, “extends our editorial mission in two […]
Editors’ Choice: Ten New Digital Dialogues Video Podcasts Posted | Digital Humanities Now If you’ve got the time, check this out.
FEATURE – Checking In With Google Books, HathiTrust, and the DPLA Google Books and HathiTrust have been making headlines in the library world and beyond for years now, while a new player, the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA), has only recently entered the scene. This article will provide a “state of the environment” update […]
Guest Post: Highlights from the Oral History Conference Digital humanities was alive and well at the 2013 annual meeting of the Oral History Association in Oklahoma City, driven by archivists’ use of digital technologies to enable their use and engagement with the public In case you missed it, SOHP’s Seth Kotch did a great write-up […]
Considering your digital resume – OUPblog By Steven Sielaff Throughout my time as Oral History Review (OHR) editorial assistant at the Oral History Association’s (OHA) annual conference in Oklahoma City, OK, I saw a number of prevailing themes. In the recent past, the push towards digitization and web-based portals has dominated the professional landscape. This […]
appendixjournal: We digitized, annotated and created a custom web display for this incredibly detailed 16th century indigenous map of Mexico. Explore it here. Everyone take a moment to check this out. It’s fantastic!
The wondrous world of the UW Digital Collections – OUPblog oralhistoryreview: Caitlin here! I’m interrupting Steven’s excellent coverage of OHA 2013 to let everyone know that our latest post is up at the Oxford University Press Blog. This week, while everyone else was off gallivanting in Oklahoma City, I decided to step outside the oral […]