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The Oral History Review is the U.S. journal of record for the theory and practice of oral history and related fields.

The primary mission of the Oral History Review is to explore the nature and significance of oral history and advance understanding of the field among scholars, educators, practitioners, and the general public. 

The Review publishes narrative and analytical articles and reviews, in print and multimedia formats, that present and use oral history in unique and significant ways and that contribute to the understanding of the nature of oral history and memory. 

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Congrats to Alexander Freund for winning OHA's Article Award! Read his award-winning article now for free http://ow.ly/qywL303BcDV
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This week on the #OralHistory blog: Siobhan A McHugh on the surprising rise of podcasting and its "seductive intimacy" http://ow.ly/xDm1303oKlC
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How has Steven Sielaff bridged museum studies & #oralhistory? Find out this week as our #OriginStories series continues! http://ow.ly/Dvcp302Xmiz
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How can #OralHistory build bridges between activist generations? Hear from Andrew Viñales as #OHMATakeover wraps up! http://ow.ly/Udfe302JLOc
As students in Columbia University’s OHMA program we are often urged to consider Oral History projects that not only serve to archive interviews for future use, but that “do something.”
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"One of the unique qualities of oral history research is its ability to marshal a 360-degree view of an issue." http://ow.ly/pHkA302vPAl
For Manissa Maharawal, the struggle for housing justice is personal. When her own father got displaced from his apartment in Prospect Heights—his home since moving from India to the States some thirty years before, in which he raised his family—she was struck by his unstoppable urge to tell the story over and over again.
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How can #OralHistory counter the spatial amnesia at work in changing cities? Find out as #OHMATakeover continues! http://ow.ly/UmDy302vP1z
For Manissa Maharawal, the struggle for housing justice is personal. When her own father got displaced from his apartment in Prospect Heights—his home since moving from India to the States some thirty years before, in which he raised his family—she was struck by his unstoppable urge to tell the story over and over again.
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“When those strengths are harnessed, podcasting becomes a formidable force for social engagement.” http://ow.ly/fyjU303oKIf #OralHistory
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"I cannot imagine a more exciting time to be an oral historian" @SKSielaff on #OralHistory in the digital age. http://ow.ly/aCcc3032QiM
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"Young people, particularly students, are asking if they see a place for themselves in the world." http://ow.ly/50zv302JLTg #OHMATakeover
As students in Columbia University’s OHMA program we are often urged to consider Oral History projects that not only serve to archive interviews for future use, but that “do something.”
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The #OHMATakeover ends as Columbia CCOHR student Andrew Viñales talks #OralHistory in the age of #BlackLivesMatter http://ow.ly/zK3U302JLrn
As students in Columbia University’s OHMA program we are often urged to consider Oral History projects that not only serve to archive interviews for future use, but that “do something.”
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This week in the #OHMATakeover: how the antievictionmap works to make “sense of the whole” of gentrification http://ow.ly/6s5Q302vPcP
For Manissa Maharawal, the struggle for housing justice is personal. When her own father got displaced from his apartment in Prospect Heights—his home since moving from India to the States some thirty years before, in which he raised his family—she was struck by his unstoppable urge to tell the story over and over again.
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How has one Columbia CCOHR alum used #oralhistory to create change? Find out as the #OHMATakeover continues! http://blog.oup.com/2016/07/oral-history-social-justice/
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