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Oral History and Social Change

The Oral History Review blog is launching a new initiative to emphasize the work of people who use oral history to create social change. As part of this series, we are soliciting contributions for publication on the blog, which could be an overview of a particular project, a methodological consideration for bringing social change into […]

Calling oral history bloggers – again!

View Post on OUP Blog By Andrew Shaffer Last April, we asked you to help us out with ideas for the Oral History Review’s blog. We got some great responses, and now we’re back to beg for more! We want to use our social media platforms to encourage discussion within the broad community oral historians, […]

Special issue of the Oral History Review: “Listening to and for LGBTQ Lives”

Deadline for submissions: September 1, 2014 Publication date: Winter/Spring 2016 By Stephanie Gilmore, PhD As we commemorate anniversaries, such as the upcoming 45th anniversary of the 1969 Stonewall Riot in New York City, and challenge recent developments, including the criminalization of same-sex sexuality in Uganda, scholars, activists, and citizens are compelled to examine and deepen […]

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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