11:00AM-12:45PM, Friday September 23, 2011
Instructor: Charlie Hardy, West Chester University
Oral histories are hard. Even the most honest interviewees have their own agendas about how they want to be remembered. At the same time, oral histories are often necessary to fill in holes in documentary and material records. Here are some good basic techniques for conducting oral histories that will get the results you want, and good things to think about when curating and preserving the records of oral histories.
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