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Learn about how theater and performance can play a role in oral history in this week's blog post from Holly Werner-Thomas https://wp.me/p9CReP-cz
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Please join the Oral History Review in kicking off the first installation of OHR Conversations! We interviewed author Chris Nugent about her piece in the Winter/Spring 2018 issue of OHR on gender, transmission of memory, and the Third Reich. https://wp.me/p9CReP-cg
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Check out the latest interview with @NoahRiseman to understand some of the challenges that come along with oral history interviews from both sides of the recorder, and how to get around them. https://wp.me/p9CReP-bV
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We are looking forward to seeing you in Montreal for the annual Oral History Association meeting. Find us there if you want to chat about a potential OHR article. See https://bit.ly/WHBpmA for details. What hotel will you stay at? So many choices! https://bit.ly/2rWUQJW
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Learn about how #oralhistory and public health intersect from @klgthomas Katherina Thomas in the newest OHR blog post "Diagnosing Public Health Crises: What We Can Learn About Ebola from Oral History" https://wp.me/p9CReP-bf
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In case you missed it, don't forget to take a look at Annie Valk's guest post on oral histories discussing deindustrialization in North Adams, MA and the current political climate.
http://oralhistoryreview.org/current-events/industrys-long-good-bye-listening-to-stories-of-jobs-lost-and-hopes-remembered/
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Check out this post by Duquesne University Public History graduate @Super_Crip1994 as he describes difficulties oral historians with disabilities face and accessibility within oral history, noting limitations in digital technologies . Duquesne Hist. Dept. http://oralhistoryreview.org/oral-history/transcribing-woes-of-disabled-oral-historians/
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Check out this post by Duquesne University Public History graduate @Super_Crip1994 as he describes difficulties oral historians with disabilities face and the notion of accessibility within oral history, noting limitations in digital technologies . Duquesne Hist. Dept.
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In our latest post in our #OralHistory in the Age of Trump series @nfousekis reflects on interviewing politically active women before and after the 2016 election as part of the Women, Politics, and Activism Since Suffrage Project @WPA_CSUF http://oralhistoryreview.org/wp-admin/post.php?post=506&action=edit
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As part of our #OralHistory in the Age of Trump series @nfousekis reflects on interviewing politically active women before and after the 2016 election as part of the Women, Politics, and Activism Since Suffrage Project @WPA_CSUF
http://oralhistoryreview.org/current-events/context-matters-interviewing-political-women-in-the-age-of-trump/
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