Registration is now open for Columbia’s
ONE-DAY ORAL HISTORY TRAINING WORKSHOPS
Join a group of OHMA faculty and alumni for an intensive day of workshops on Saturday, January 20, 2018, from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Hamilton Hall, Columbia University.
OHMA trains students to conduct research through creating and analyzing interviews, and to develop fieldwork projects to address historical and contemporary issues that require interdisciplinary investigation. The field of oral history supports research on immigration, migration, ethnicity, gender, politics, government and human rights. Through the collection, archiving and analysis of individual, community and institutional histories, they preserve the critical first-person narratives that capture the spirit of our society for generations to come.
Schedule at a Glance:
9:30AM-12:30PM: INTRODUCTORY WORKSHOPS
Oral History and Research, with Mary Marshall Clark: 306 Hamilton
Oral History 101, with Amy Starecheski: 309 Hamilton
Introduction to Oral History for Writers, with Gerry Albarelli: 313 Hamilton
Introduction to Oral History for Social Change, with Fanny Garcia: 315 Hamilton
Introduction to Community-Based Oral History Projects, with Benji de la Piedra: 316 Hamilton
2PM-5PM: FOCUSED WORKSHOPS
Oral History and Human Rights Work, with Mary Marshall Clark: 306 Hamilton
Archiving Oral Histories, with Kimberly Springer: 309 Hamilton
Oral Historian as Guide: Finding Your Voice in Narratives Based on Oral Histories, with Nyssa Chow: 313 Hamilton
Oral History and Interactive Storytelling, with Whitney Dow: 315 Hamilton
Self-care Strategies for Oral Historians, with Liz Strong: 316 Hamilton
For more Information and registration click here.