In our upcoming issue of OHR (49.2), Katherine Fobear discusses project design and the incorporation of visual methods into storytelling for LGBTQ refugees in her article, “The Precariousness of Home and Belonging among Queer Refugees: Using Participatory Photography in Oral Histories in Vancouver, British Columbia.” What is it about oral history that makes it […]
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 […]
pbsthisdayinhistory: cheatsheet: cloudyskiesandcatharsis: Fictitious Dishes, Famous Meals From Literature by Dinah Fried I’ll have a Moby Dick to start and an On The Road for dessert, please. Sign me up for The Bell Jar and Heidi.