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Author interview: Noah Riseman on what’s left unsaid in oral histories

We asked Noah Riseman, author of “‘Describing Misbehaviour in Vung Tau as “Mischief” Is Ridiculously Coy’: Ethnographic Refusal, Reticence, and the Oral Historian’s Dilemma” in the latest OHR, to discuss his use of oral history as a research method, reflecting on situations that lead oral historians and narrators to avoid certain topics, just one of many […]

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 […]

Teaching Oral History in the Digital Age

Teaching Oral History in the Digital Age Happy 2014, everyone! To kick off the new year, we have a podcast with managing editor Troy Reeves and 40.2 contributor Ken Woodard. Woodard is the author of “The Digital Revolution and Pre-Collegiate Oral History: Meditations on the Challenge of Teaching Oral History in the Digital Age.” In this podcast, Woodard […]

  We have a bit of a #longread (long listen?) for y’all this week. First, in today’s podcast, managing editor Troy Reeves speaks with DePaul University English Professor and published author Miles Harvey about his recently published oral history collection, How Long Will I Cry?: Voices of Youth Violence. Not only does this collection have a fascinating origin […]

oralhistoryreview: In celebration of Veterans Day, we’re pleased to share a conversation between Oral History Review managing editor Troy Reeves and Dr. Robert P. Wettemann Jr., director of the US Air Force Academy Center for Oral History. A historian at heart, Wettemann shares his thoughts on the importance of preserving veterans’ stories, using oral history […]

In celebration of Veterans Day, we’re pleased to share a conversation between Oral History Review managing editor Troy Reeves and Dr. Robert P. Wettemann Jr., director of the US Air Force Academy Center for Oral History. A historian at heart, Wettemann shares his thoughts on the importance of preserving veterans’ stories, using oral history to […]

organisedyouth: An oral history interview with Farrukh Dhondy, British Black Panther on his time with the movement and his views on the reasons for the Movement’s ending. 

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