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So Long, Farewell

View Post on OUP Blog By Caitlin Tyler-Richards Dearest readers, I am sorry to say that the time has come for me to say goodbye. I have had a wonderful time meeting you all, not to mention learning more than I ever thought I would know about the fantastic field of oral history. However, grant […]

H-OralHist finds a new home on H-Net Commons

View Post on OUP Blog By Steven Sielaff It is hard to believe that it has been nearly one year now since I was approached with a very unique opportunity. I was working as a newly appointed staff member of the Baylor University Institute for Oral History (BUIOH) when then-Senior Editor Elinor Maze asked if […]

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 […]

Oral history through Google Glass

View Post on OUP Blog By Juliana  Nykolaiszyn It was late in the day when a nondescript package arrived at my office. After carefully opening the box and lifting off the lid, there it was: Google Glass. And yes, it was awesome. Initially, the technology geek in me was overjoyed, but the oral historian soon […]

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 Review’s Short Form Initiative

View Post on OUP Blog By Caitlin Tyler-Richards On behalf of the Oral History Review editorial staff, I am excited to publicly announce the journal’s latest project: the short form initiative. What is this? (I imagine everyone wondering aloud with feigned nonchalance.) Well, while the typical OHR article tends to fall between 8,000 to 12,000 […]

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 […]

OHR at OUPBlog — December

We decided to wait until after the holiday season to point people to the Oral History Review’s December contributions to the OUPblog. So, here they are: On December 6, managing editor Troy Reeves spoke with DePaul University Professor Miles Harvey about his new oral story collection, How Long Will I Cry: Voices of Youth Violence. You can […]

  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 […]

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