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5 Questions About Queen’s Memory Podcast

We ask authors of projects reviewed in Oral History Review to answer 5 questions about why we should explore what they made. In our latest installment of the series, Natalie Milbrodt and Melody Cao discuss the Queens Memory Podcast Season 3: Our Major Minor Voices. See Bridget Bartolini’s review of the Queens Memory Podcast, Seasons 1-2, in […]

5 Questions About Making Gay History

We ask authors of projects reviewed in Oral History Review to answer 5 questions about why we should explore their projects. In our latest installment of the series, Eric Marcus discusses the Making Gay History Podcast. Read Kae Bara Kratcha’s review discussing the recent season of Making Gay History Podcast drawing on the Studs Terkel Radio Archive. […]

The Past, Present, and Future of Working

Librarian and oral historian Kae Bara Kratcha has contributed to the Working 2050 podcast, which draws inspiration from the landmark Studs Terkel book, Working, adapting the speculative fiction genre to imagine work in the year 2050. In this guest post, they share the premise for the podcast, and tease their recent OHR review of two […]

Say and Seal: Lives at Yale during COVID-19

Across the world, university students’ lives were upended by the coronavirus pandemic, with the essential community structures enabled by face-to-face interaction no longer possible. Yale senior Henry Jacob and his co-producers launched a podcast to help keep the community connected, with a built in archival structure that preserves the podcast as a primary source, documenting […]

5 Questions About: Amplified Oklahoma

We’ve asked creators of non-print and media projects reviewed in the pages of Oral History Review to answer 5 questions about why we should explore them. In our next installment of this series, Patrick Daglaris discusses the Amplified Oklahoma podcast, produced by  the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program at Oklahoma State University. Read Hope Shannon’s […]

Landscapes of meaning

View Post on OUP Blog By Andrew Shaffer This week, we’re bringing you another exciting edition of the Oral History Review podcast, in which Troy Reeves talks to OHR contributor Jessica Taylor. In addition to discussing her article, “We’re on Fire”: Oral History and the Preservation, Commemoration, and Rebirth of Mississippi’s Civil Rights Sites, the podcast touches […]

The power of oral history as a history-making practice

View Post on OUP Blog By Andrew Shaffer This week, we have a special podcast with managing editor Troy Reeves and Oral History Review 41.2 contributor Amy Starecheski. Her article, “Squatting History: The Power of Oral History as a History-Making Practice,” explores the ways in which an intergenerational group of activists have used oral history […]

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