2 edition of Oral history interview found in the catalog.
Oral history interview
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Oral History Program in [Denver, Colo
Written in English
|Statement||interview conducted by Jacqueline S. Reinier.|
|Contributions||Reinier, Jacqueline S., United States. Bureau of Reclamation. Oral History Program.|
|LC Classifications||TC823.6 .A54 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 71 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||71|
|LC Control Number||2005410769|
Making Sense of Oral History offers a place for students and teachers to begin working with oral history as historical evidence. Written by Linda Shopes, this guide presents an overview of oral history and ways historians use it, tips on questions to ask when reading or listening to oral history interviews, a sampleFile Size: 58KB. Oral history, is a branch of storytelling and oral tradition: but in addition to telling the story, oral historians focus on preserving the story (through audio recording and transcription) for future generations. Back in January, I attended two oral history workshops for writers held by Columbia University’s Oral History Master of Arts. Jeannie Whayne, professor of history, replies: Perhaps the most important difference between oral history and traditional history is the personal nature of the former. Oral history typically involves interviews with individuals who either tell their life stories or focus on a certain aspect of their history. Oral History in Texas How to Interview At the heart of every oral history encounter stands an interview with an eyewitness. Striving to obtain fresh, supplementary information to be used in reconstructing the past, an interviewer conducts one or more question-and-answer.
Interview with Navy veteran Melvin Fenoglio, educator and farmer-rancher. The interview includes Fenoglio's personal experiences about the Pacific Theater during World War II, and the Iwo Jima and Okinawa Campaigns. Fenoglio also talks about early family history, his pre-war education, his acceptance in the V-7 Program, failing out of the Midshipman School and transferring to the U.S. Author: Ronald E. Marcello, Melvin Fenoglio. Oral history interview with Martha Donner. Oral History Martha Donner (née Feibusch) describes her family and growing up in Elberfeld, Germany; her father, Hermann Feibusch, who was born in the Polish Corridor, was a member of the German Army during WWI, and earned an Iron Cross; her father’s participation in the local bowling league and recreational swimming; the increase in antisemitism. At the time of the interview he was an attorney in private practice and a governmental consultant in Rolling Hills, California. Notes It is recommended that this oral history be cited as follows: James A. Hayes, Oral History Interview, Conducted by Carlos Vasquez, UCLA Oral History Program, for the California State Archives State. Oral history interview with Bozo Svarc. Oral History Bozo Svarc, born in in Zagreb, Croatia, discusses his arrest by the Ustasha in May ; his time in Jadovno concentration camp in the Lika region; his escape from an execution with the help of a Croat classmate from Zagreb, who was a member of the Ustasha unit carrying out the executions; his deportation to Jasenovac concentration camp.
About the Wexler Oral History Project. Since , the Yiddish Book Center’s Wexler Oral History Project has recorded more than in-depth video interviews that provide a deeper understanding of the Jewish experience and the legacy and changing nature of Yiddish language and culture. Oral historians inform narrators about the nature and purpose of oral history interviewing in general and of their interview specifically. Oral historians insure that narrators voluntarily give their consent to be interviewed and understand that they can withdraw from the interview or . Twenty academics and archivists from the U.S. and UK contribute 16 chapters to this reference work designed for students, researchers, field historians, community activists and general readers with a special interest in oral history. Offering both theoretical and practical information, the text addresses research design, ethical and legal considerations, interviewing techniques, preservation. Preparing for the Interview A typical oral history interview will take one to two hours. While some may be shorter or longer than this, most people are able to sustain an interview for sixty to ninety minutes. Keep in mind that you can ask for a follow-up interview or get responses to specific questions later by phone or email. These segments ofFile Size: KB.
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A transcript of an oral history interview is, in the words of one style guide, “at best an imperfect representation of an oral interview. The transcriber’s most important task is to render as close a replica to the Oral history interview book event as possible.
Preface This Oral History is based on a series of about 25 hours of interview sessions Oral history interview book Representative Helen Sommers on her year career representing the 36th Legislative District in Seattle from The Oral History book is a one-on-one interview with Representative SommersFile Size: 7MB.
Footnote citation for one interview in a multi-volume oral history: John Laird, Transcript of an oral history conductedin Out in the Redwoods: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender History at UC Santa Cruz, -Regional History Project, UC Santa Cruz Library, University of California, Santa Cruz,ppAuthor: Irene Reti.
"The Good War" - Studs Turkel's 5th oral history - was published in Like most of his other books, this too was a "best seller". Oral history interview book has put together excerpts from some interviews with people who lived during the war years - ex-military officers and enlisted men, Oral history interview book industry workers, atomic bomb scientists, celebrities Cited by: For the past ten years, Nancy MacKay’s Curating Oral Histories () has been the one-stop shop for librarians, curators, program administrators, and project managers who are involved in turning an oral history interview into a primary research document, available for use in a repository/5(2).
Oral History Interview with Joseph L. George, August 5, Showing of 45 pages in this book. PDF Version Also Available for Download. For instance, you could check Ives, The Tape-recorded Interview, Neuenschwander, Oral History and the Law, or Sitton et al., Oral History, for some tried and true examples.
A release usually includes the interviewee's name and signature, the interviewer's name, the date, Oral history interview book statement of permission to use the interview, the name of the person or.
Sincethe Yiddish Book Center’s Wexler Oral History Project has recorded more than in-depth video interviews that provide a deeper understanding of the Jewish experience and the legacy and changing nature of Yiddish language and culture.
Oral history is a method to learn about past events from the spoken stories of people who lived through them. When students conduct oral history research with members of their families or community they are participating in active learning rooted in the student's own experience.
Students are actively engaged in collecting data when they do oral histories. Harold Berkman Oral History Interview Harold Berkman served in the U.S. Army’s 80th infantry division during World War II, including time under the command Ma Anyone writing an article or book on history needs to be critical of all types of evidence; and anyone who conducts an oral history interview must try to get the most complete, accurate information possible—recognizing that very few pieces of evidence are complete or fully accurate.
Preparing for the oral history interview. Oral history is the collection and study of historical information about individuals, families, important events, or everyday life using audiotapes, videotapes, or transcriptions of planned interviews are conducted with people who participated in or observed past events and whose memories and perceptions of these are to be preserved as an aural record for future generations.
oral history interview. •Common problems to avoid. •What sort of questions you should ask. •What to do after the interview. #2 Conducting an oral history interview East Midlands Oral History Archive Information Sheet How do I conduct an oral history keeping it would be polite and useful to have a quick look through a book on the File Size: KB.
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This self-contained day course, organised jointly by the National Life Stories at the British Library and the Oral History Society, aims to be an informal and practical introduction to oral history interviewing with an opportunity to handle recording equipment and discuss some.
Oral History and Technology. Information on digital technologies More. Jobs and Internships. Current job postings More. Letter to the IOHA. January 9, It’s OHA Membership Renewal Time – Stay Connected in December 3, The Call for Papers for OHA has been extended.
Meet our New President. Octo Oral history interviewing is a documentary technique that preserves the cultural heritage of people from all economic and social classes by recording individuals’ reminiscences about events that impacted their lives.
The sound recordings and their transcriptions produce a rich body of primary resource material that can be a useful tool for historians, genealogists, and other. The following oral history transcript is the result of a tape-recorded interview with Harry Abrams on Ma The interview was conducted at Harry Abrams' office at East 59th Street, New York City by Paul Cummings for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
I voluntarily agree to participate in the [INTERVIEWEE NAME] Interview on 01.05.2020, for the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University (the Library). I acknowledge that the Library acquires oral history interviews with the intent of making them available to users for an ongoing or indefinite period of time.
Photo: Longtime OHC director Willa Baum (), a founder of professional oral history in the US. An interview is not a dialogue. The whole point of the interview is to get the narrator to tell her story.
Limit your own remarks to a few pleasantries to break the ice, then brief questions to guide her along. Before the oral history interview: Content, Chronology, Causation/s, Context ; After the oral history interview: Pdf of data, Constructing a “narrative” (written, video or oral), and Creating something new; Additional oral history interview tips Ask one question at a time: Give appropriate “wait” time.
Use historical empathy.The following excerpt from his book clearly articulates the nature of oral history and its uses. “Memory is the core of oral history, from which meaning can be extracted and preserved.
Simply put, oral history collects memories and personal commentaries of historical significance through recorded interviews.Oral History Oral History Interview with Alan M.
Richards, Ebook County Veterans Book Project In this oral history interview, Al Richards, a Grafton, Wisconsin native, discusses his .