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“I’m Still Surviving”: Exploring HIV/AIDS through Feminist Oral History

As part of OHR‘s Winter/Spring 2018 issue, Jennifer Brier contributed “‘I’m Still Surviving’: Oral Histories of Women Living with HIV/AIDS in Chicago” to the special section, “Decentering and Decolonizing Feminist Oral Histories: Reflections on the State of the Field in the Early Twentieth Century.” In this guest post, Brier shares the film resulting from her […]

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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