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Oral History Information

Page history last edited by Brian Riedel 9 years, 11 months ago

 

Oral histories are essential for documenting any minority community. Over time historians develope "master narratives" that people draw on for their understanding of, and beliefs regarding, our past.

 

Oral history interviews are the single most powerful way of challenging the absolute veracity of the timelines and stories that have come to be regarded as the truth.

 

We plan to develope a database listing the people that have been interviewed, those we wish to interview, and where we are in the process regarding each interview...

 

 

Click HERE to read a bit more about what Oral History projects are and the purpose they serve.

 

 

ORAL HISTORY LINKS:

 

Oral History Collections/Projects

 

Oral History Resources 

 

Community Research Project of Rice University's "Introduction to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Studies".

 

HOW-TO GUIDES FOR CONDUCTING ORAL HISTORY INTERVIEWS 

 

Baylor Oral History Workshop Materials.zip

 

DoingOralHistory.org Resources.zip

 

Capturing the Living Past - An Oral History Primer.doc

 

LSU Oral History Center Resources.zip

 

Additional Oral History Resources.zip (NOTE: Uploaded by JGreer - Still needs to be unzipped and organized.) 

 

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