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 request your own copy of the book at Big Shoulders Books here.
- On December 20, Claire Payton answered our questions about her recent piece in the Oral History Review and the project (Haiti Memory Project) that spawned it. You can still read her original OHR article, “Vodou and Protestantism, Faith and Survival: The Contest over the Spiritual Meaning of the 2010 Earthquake in Haiti,” for free here.
That’s all for now. Remember that you can access all our past posts and podcasts at the OUPblog here.
Happy reading and listening!