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The Players Tribune, An Oral History Series
 
The Players’ Tribune is the first content platform created, curated and controlled by athletes, providing unique insight into the daily sports conversation. Founded by Derek Jeter, The Players’ Tribune publishes first-person content from athletes, bringing fans closer than ever to the games they love. The Players Tribune Oral History Podcast Series will take fans inside the journey of some of the most historic moments in sports, told by the players that played it and lived it.
 
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National Park Service Oral History
 
Interested in what it's like to be born in the middle of a Yellowstone winter or raised in the heart of Yosemite Valley? Curious about the inner workings of parks or how people establish careers with the National Park Service? Hear firsthand accounts from former and current National Park Service employees that celebrate the history of our national parks and the role they've played in lives around the world. Thanks to the Association of National Park Rangers Oral History Project for making ma ...
 
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The National WWII Museum: Oral Histories
 
The National WWII Museum: Oral Histories
 
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An Oral History of the Church
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"An Oral History of the Christian Church," by Adam Christman and Jonathan McCormick, is a conversational history podcast organized by "volume" (season). Check out our companion podcast, "Saints Gone Before"!
 
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Exploring Spoken Word Data in Oral History Archives
 
Interest has grown in recent years in in oral history along with the increased popularity of the personal narrative. Oral history can be defined as the practice of eliciting people’s personal memory of lived experiences that are absent in written archives, and documenting them with a recording device with the purpose of turning the interviews into historical sources.The ‘digital turn’ has had an enormous impact on this archival practice. Currently much unique and valuable spoken language dat ...
 
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Oral History Collection from the Archives of American Art
 
The Smithsonian's Archives of American Art enlivens the extraordinary human stories behind America's most significant art and artists. It is the preeminent and most widely used resource dedicated to collecting, preserving, and making available for study the papers and other primary records of the visual arts in America.
 
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Oral History Collection from the Archives of American Art
 
The Smithsonian's Archives of American Art enlivens the extraordinary human stories behind America's most significant art and artists. It is the preeminent and most widely used resource dedicated to collecting, preserving, and making available for study the papers and other primary records of the visual arts in America.
 
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Anarchist Oral History
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Zetus Lapodcast: The Complete Oral History of Disney Channel Original Movies
 
The complete oral history of Disney Channel Original Movies, from A to Zenon. Hosted by Zach Heltzel.
 
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National Gallery of Australia | Oral History Collection | James Gleeson interviews Australia's greatest artists
 
In the late 1970s Dr James Gleeson AO, Australia’s leading surrealist painter, interviewed 98 Australian artists in their studios to discuss their works that had been acquired by the National Gallery of Australia. As an artist, curator, writer and administrator, Gleeson brought a unique perspective to these conversations. The recorded interviews form the basis of a significant resource on Australian visual arts. The recordings are accompanied by 2000 reference photographs of the artworks and ...
 
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Podcast – Samuel Proctor Oral History Program
 
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Commonwealth Oral History
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Commonwealth Oral History
 
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Myanmar Oral History Project
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Oral histories of Myanmar
 
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Oral History seminar
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Oral History seminar
 
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ARST's Oral History Project Podcast
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These oral history interview were recorded at the 20th anniversary of the founding of the Association for the Rhetoric of Science and Technology in November 2012. Interviewed by Damien Smith Pfister with Jennifer Malkowski and Kenny Walker. Project concept by Lisa Keranen.
 
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An Oral History of Arlen
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This is the stories of the people of Arlen, TX
 
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Veteran Voices: The Oral History Podcast
 
Conversations about Pittsburgh-area veterans, their stories, and with those who tell veterans’ stories in creative and interesting ways.
 
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Veteran Voices: The Oral History Podcast
 
Conversations with veterans oral historians and storytellers.
 
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In Pursuit of Social Justice: An Oral History of the Early Years of Diversity Efforts at the University of Washington - Video
 
In Pursuit of Social Justice: An Oral History of the Early Years of Diversity Efforts at the University of Washington - Video
 
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Off Script: Atlantic Canada Politics
 
Off Script is a podcast for engaged citizens, public leaders and activists in Atlantic Canada. In each episode of the podcast we'll explore what people who are engaged in the politics of their communities are up to, what they're learning, and what the rest of us can learn from their experiences. This podcast is produced by Springtide, an educational charity committed to helping people lead change through politics with their integrity intact. Host: Mark Coffin. New episodes every Wednesday. ( ...
 
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New Zealand Pocket Radio
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Kia ora! New Zealand Pocket Radio is a grassroots podcast network located in Woodhill, New Zealand and with a focus on local programming, oral history and human-interest podcasts. We hope that you enjoy the podcasts and look forward to hearing your feedback. If you have a great story to tell or an idea for a podcast, please leave a comment or send us an email.
 
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Crossing Fences
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Oral histories of African-American men in Pittsburgh as collected by African-American boys and young men in Grades 5 to 12.
 
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Voices from the Days of Slavery: Stories, Songs and Memories
 
Oral histories and interviews with African Americans who endured the hardships of slavery. These recordings document the first-person accounts of several individuals whose life experiences spanned the period during and after slavery. The podcasts are drawn from several collections in the American Folklife Center Archives, one of the preeminent audio-visual repositories of national and international folklife, history and cultural expressions.
 
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The Known World
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This podcast contains the essays of David Alan Grier, which discuss the ideas, the culture, and the stories of the digital age. The podcasts come from the column of the same name in Computer, the flagship publication of the IEEE Computer Society. Copyright 2011, IEEE, Inc. All rights reserved. Some of the music provided is from the PodShow Podsafe Music Network. Check it out at "music.podshow.com".
 
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Archivist's Alley
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Archivist’s Alley is a safe conversational space designed for lively discussions on preservation and identities in our professional landscapes. It is an open arena in which voices gathered from the world of the lesser represented or marginalized populations in media or media preservation may exchange ideas about archives, new career projects and media work. Archivist's Alley celebrates powerful guest voices as critical parts of this community and our world at large.
 
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The Tale of a Town - Canada
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The Tale of a Town - Canada is a site-specific oral history and theatre project aiming to capture the collective community memory of Canada's Main Streets, one story at a time, while preserving local heritage and promoting neighbourhood culture.
 
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Vox Humana: Humans, Voices & Human Voices
 
This podcast series from Oral History & Folklife Research, Inc. seeks to make the quiet voices loud. Host Molly Graham features stories, voices and radio documentaries covering Maine and beyond.
 
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National Life Stories
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From its modest beginnings in 1987, National Life Stories has grown significantly and helped to create one of the largest oral history collections in the world – the British Library holds some 70,000 recordings of which nearly 3,000 are long, in-depth biographical interviews created by National Life Stories. Each episode of this podcast will bring you a conversation with someone else associated with National Life Stories – from interviewers, to curators, to listening service and technical st ...
 
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You Can't Eat the Sunshine
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You Can’t Eat the Sunshine is the podcast of Esotouric, the offbeat Los Angeles company that turns the notion of guided bus tours on its ear. Each week, join Kim Cooper and Richard Schave on their Southern California adventures, as they visit with fascinating characters for wide-ranging interviews that reveal the myths, contradictions, inspirations and passions of the place. There’s never been a city quite like Los Angeles. Tune in if you’d like to find out why.
 
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Change Over Time
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As the library asks, "What do you geek?" I geek science fiction, fantasy, the outdoors, critical race theory, politics, organizing, among other things. Mostly, I geek history. So I've tied all that together into one podcast. Change Over Time is a podcast using historical thinking to explore geekiness. Sometimes I’ll be reporting from the field. Other times I’ll explore how different ideas, theories, or methods used by historians can be used by non-historians. I’ll also release edited pieces ...
 
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Cold War: Stories from the Big Freeze
 
Bridget Kendall presents an oral history of the early Cold War. Using interviews collected by the BBC for this series, Bridget traces the crucial turning points of the early Cold War.
 
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Baba the Storyteller
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Accompany Baba the Storyteller as he travels the world sharing music, stories, interviews and so much more. Dig deeper into the Science & Art of Storytelling with Baba, aka "The Ubiquitous Bard."
 
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Dear Canada
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The Tale of a Town - Canada is a site-specific oral history and theatre project aiming to capture the collective community memory of Canada's Main Streets, one story at a time, while preserving local heritage and promoting neighbourhood culture.
 
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Migrants in Ireland » podcasts
 
breaking down barriers with stories and podcasts
 
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Flatbush + Main: A Podcast from Brooklyn Historical Society
 
Flatbush + Main is a podcast dedicated to Brooklyn history. In each episode, co-hosts Zaheer Ali and Julie Golia, historians at Brooklyn Historical Society, talk to scholars and use archives and oral history to dive deep into Brooklyn’s past, tying it to the issues facing New Yorkers and Americans today.
 
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Getting Better Acquainted
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A weekly podcast: Join Dave Pickering on his journey to get better acquainted with the people he knows. Part interview show, part oral history project and part autobiography through conversation.British Podcast Award 2017 winner (bronze in Best Interview category)GBA was nominated for a 2012 Radio Production Award, aired for 3 seasons on Resonance 104.4 FM and was featured on BBC Radio 4's In Pod We Trust, BBC Radio 5 Live’s Helen and Olly's Required Listening and has been recommended by The ...
 
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Sheer Joy Of Noise
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a lifetime of tape recordings
 
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Podcasts – Listen to This!
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Oral History News and Features from Boulder County, Colorado
 
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Alpinist
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Since 2002 Alpinist has striven to push creative boundaries with everything we do, from award-winning climbing journalism and creative writing to photography and art. Now, with the Alpinist podcast, we aim to extend our conversations with climbers and community members into interviews and oral histories that will entertain and educate our listeners with everything from dramatic and humorous adventure tales to in-depth discussions of the most significant issues in the climbing world today. Mo ...
 
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Stories of Mountain Folk
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Stories of Mountain Folk explore the nature and significance of oral history and storytelling to advance the understanding of the cultures of Western North Carolina. Featuring interviews, memories, discussions and stories from Caucasian, African-American, and Cherokee people living in the Great Smoky Mountains, the Interviewers actually go into the homes of the people to assure them a “safe” place to tell their stories. With a goal to save the heritage of the area and preserve its “sense of ...
 
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Cannabis Economy
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Cannabis Economy (by Audio Archives) chronicles personal conversations with business leaders on Ingenuity, Inspiration...and Cannabis. Our first goal is to provide an oral history of legal cannabis in real-time. Who you are informs what you do. Business is personal. Follow us on Twitter @CannEconomy
 
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Gibney Dance Podcasts: Serious Moonlight
 
Serious Moonlight is a podcast featuring discussions and interviews from the NYC dance community focusing on pressing issues in the dance field. This podcast is produced by Gibney Dance Center's Digital Technology Initiative.
 
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Burchfield Penney Living Legacy Podcast
 
Each year, the Living Legacy Project picks a handful of living Western New York artists that characterize our region and invites them to sit down for an interview with Burchfield Penney Art Center Archivist Heather Gring. In the interviews, they discuss their impact on the Western New York community, the artist's education, their career trajectory, and offer advice for aspiring artists. You can visit the project at BurchfieldPenney.org. Intro/ Outro music "Cicada Song" produced by Burchfield ...
 
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Credo Creek » Podcast
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Catch-and-release wisdom
 
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Accuracy Third
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Accuracy Third is a podcast collecting an oral history of Black Rock City. We are looking for your very best stories from and about That Thing In The Desert. You can submit your story to us at accuracythird.com
 
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Slumberland | an Audio Drama
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This audio drama invites your ears to visit Slumberland, a small island town in the US. Come along with Thomas Edward M, the freelance soundman. He's been hired to meet the locals and record their oral histories for the town's time capsule. The unfolding history of the town mixes folklore, paranormal, mystery and humor.
 
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The Wisdom Project Podcast
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The Wisdom Project podcast is produced by the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History in the University of Kentucky Libraries. The podcast features stories drawn from oral history interviews and projects from the Nunn Center’s extensive collection of over 11,000 oral history interviews. Additionally, we will feature oral history-related news from all over the world. Producer: Doug Boyd
 
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LBJ's War
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A president bound for greatness. A ruinous Vietnam war. How did Lyndon Johnson lose his way? LBJ’s War is a documentary in oral history form, constructed from secretly taped White House phone calls and rare archival interviews with those who were there when this history was being made, and who had a hand in its making. Major funding provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities.WE RECOMMEND LISTENING IN ORDER, STARTING WITH EPISODE 1.
 
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Love Aloud Podcast | Love Aloud: Modern Love Lives Across the World
 
Love Aloud is a place to share true stories about meeting, getting together, staying together, and moving on. Stories told by people from all over the world. Stories that are open and honest about the joys and challenges of living and loving in the modern world. Stories that together form an oral history of modern love, sexuality, and relationships of all kinds, that I hope provides entertainment, insight and inspiration..
 
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Cold War: Stories from the Big Freeze
 
Bridget Kendall presents an oral history tracing decisive moments of the Cold War.
 
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This edition of Narrative features an interview from StoryCorps, an oral history project where friends and loved ones interview each other. At the StoryCorps mobile booth in Columbia in 2016, Tonya German spoke with her mother Nancy Wegner about her early life, starting with the last time Nancy saw her own mother as a child. Here’s Tonya.…
 
This oral history interview was conducted by Suzanne Vining with Marge Warren, age 100, a resident of Eagle Estates, Independence, Kansas, in May, 2017. These are Marge's hands:
 
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Don't Hassle Us We're Local
 
The Stat Cat is away so the Stat Mouse will play. Nick is here. Michigan State is in some trouble!!! An oral history of QC Hassle! You can watch us live everyday if you follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/QCHassle/ Check out our NEW sponsor www.headmascots.com and recieve $10 off a Iowa, ISU, or UNI mascot when you use or promo co ...…
 
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Don't Hassle Us We're Local
 
The Stat Cat is away so the Stat Mouse will play. Nick is here. Michigan State is in some trouble!!! An oral history of QC Hassle! You can watch us live everyday if you follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/QCHassle/ Check out our NEW sponsor www.headmascots.com and recieve $10 off a Iowa, ISU, or UNI mascot when you use or promo co ...…
 
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These Are Words
 
Hey, friends! In this episode we had a great time discussing something really important, our favorite prophet from the Bible.....and then realizing that Asher said that as a joke and never actually intended for us to discuss it though so that was fun. We also took a crack at the most difficult Harry Potter trivia of all time and wrapped it up w ...…
 
I first learned about Aaron Foley when I came across a CNN story on his role as the official Chief Storyteller for Detroit. I love the art of storytelling and I’m originally from Detroit so this profile on CNN resonated with me. I added Aaron to my list of targeted interviews and began my research. It didn’t take long for me to realize Aaron is ...…
 
Youth interviewers Marcus Brown, Jesus Pierce and Marlin Rainey collected this oral history of Ralph P. Watson from Wilkinsburg High School.
 
Zoe and Betty interview Mike McCabe, author of New York City Tattoo: The Oral History of an Urban Art. Mike shares stories of old Bowery days in NYC and how he got involved with tattooing (before it was legal). He shares his perspective on tattoo culture and the meaning of tattoos. This episode is a real treat for tattoo history enthusiasts! To ...…
 
In this edition of Saving Stories Doug Boyd, director of the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History shares audio of an interview with the late Sue Grafton. It's part of the center's online series featuring Kentucky authors. In this 1993 conversation the Louisville native talks about her difficult childhood, how she came up with her signature Alp ...…
 
On this week's episode of DCPL's "All Things Local", host Olubunmi Bakare is joined by Dianne Dale, author of "The Village That SHaped Us". According to Dr. Thomas Battle, director emeritus of the Moorland-Spingarn Center at Howard University, The Village That Shaped Us sets the standard for how to look at a community. Using oral history interv ...…
 
On October 5, 2017, Gregory Wilson delivered a Banner Lecture entitled “Toxic Dust: The History and Legacy of Virginia’s Kepone Disaster.”In July 1975, news broke about workers at Life Science Products Company in Hopewell poisoned while making the pesticide Kepone, the brand name of chlordecone. Further investigations showed Life Science had co ...…
 
December 2017 Bletchley Park’s Oral History project has been running for six years, interviewing more than 400 veterans so far. These personal testimonies capture the unique and precious memories of people who worked at Bletchley Park and its outstations. Not only are these interviews a great source of historical facts, adding to what we know a ...…
 
Did Hobbits celebrate Christmas? What's in a Wookiee Cookie? The answers to these questions, plus heartwarming letters from Santa, drug-fueled Wookiee spirit journeys, and the Star Wars Christmas album.Tolkien illustrations - https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/tolkien-favorite-father-christmas-santa-holiday-lettersWookiee Cookies recipe - ht ...…
 
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Poems from Here with Maine Poet Laureate Stuart Kestenbaum
 
Today’s poem is "Ten Below, Corea Harbor” Douglas Woodsum. He’s taught at two universities and five public schools and published poetry in dozens of literary magazines and journals. With his students, he has published twelve annual anthologies of oral history, folklore, and creative writing.By jwoodward@mainepublic.org (Jonathan Woodward).
 
“We want to archive and collect stories on our own terms. A big part of documenting the history is documenting the history for us, by us. And that’s the big seed of everything, everything starts from the story. Everything starts from these interviews and relationships with these elders and the intergenerational connections.” - Indee Mitchell Fo ...…
 
U Maung Maung Soe Tint, born 1933, views on WW2 and nationalism, student activist, educationalist, Ambassador to Australia but recalled for criticism of junta for handling of student unrest in 1988 and Chairman of Border Area Dev AssocIation
 
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Westwood Radio Podcast
 
In this latest episode of Westwood Talk I look back on two weeks of learning in school, the success of the Christmas Fair, a visit from our friend Russell Prue of Anderton Tiger Broadcasting and the launch of Westwood Oral History Project. Lots to catch up on!
 
Youth interviewers Martay Howard, Tyreek Henderson & Justin McEachern collected this oral history of Eugene Thomas from Schiller Elementary School.
 
U Than Htay, born 1932, views on colonial and Japanese occupation of Burma, geologist, retired as Deputy Director General of Department of Geological Survey and Mineral Exploration in Ministry of Mines - life story
 
Dr. Spencer meets with the Oral History students at Sierra High School to talk about their experiences in the class, what sets Sierra apart, and how to improve education for all students.
 
U Chit Myint, born 1930, Mining Engineer, retired in 1991 as Division Engineer, Mining Enterprise 2 - life story
 
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Flatbush + Main: A Podcast from Brooklyn Historical Society
 
In Episode 20 of Brooklyn Historical Society’s podcast Flatbush + Main, co-hosts Zaheer Ali and Julie Golia use one seemingly inconsequential manuscript collection to explore themes of memory and history-making over many generations. In 1915, Brooklynite Francis Morrell wrote a small tract called “Recollections of Old Williamsburgh.” This self- ...…
 
This episode of Bri Books lifts back the curtain on how I PRODUCE/MAKE THIS PODCAST. The tools I use, how I organize show content, and all of my behind-the-scenes production processes. Dedication: This episode is dedicated to Larry Long, father of former guest Lura. Larry uses oral history, music and art to strengthen communities and foster rec ...…
 
U Soe Mra born 1940, former Director General of Mines, retired 2006 , balance of life story including his experience as a champion athlete (pole vault) in late 1950's and early 1960's
 
Sithu U Thaw Kaung, born 1937, Chief Librarian Myanmar Universities Central Library, historian, author, professor, awarded title of Sithu in 2012 for contribution to Myanmar - life story
 
U Soe Mra, born 1940, former Director General of Mines, retired 2006 - part one of life story
 
U Myint Thein was born on 10 July, 1937 and was Deputy Minister of Mines from 1992 to 2006 when he retired. This episode records his life story including his career.
 
Description of the day to day operation of the Ministry in the period 1992 to 2006
 
John and Helen Haynes on their wedding day in 1962. John, a Protestant, was cut out of three wills after marrying Helen, a Catholic. Siobhan McHugh, Author provided These days, when Australians of Irish Catholic descent have occupied the highest positions in the land, it may seem hollow to talk of them as marginalised. But right up to the 1970s ...…
 
Writer and performance artist Emily Sirota reads an entry from her 8th grade diary at The Talk: A Coming-of-Age Storytelling Event, hosted in partnership with the Oral History Fellowship at the Museum of Jewish Montreal on Tuesday November 28th, 2017. If it reminds you of a cringe story you want to share, drop us a line at 612-470-7330. See ya ...…
 
U Ko Ko Than was born in 1930. He spent his career in the mining sector from which he retired as Deputy Minister of Mines. Deputy Minister was the most senior position in most ministries during military rule. Ministers during that period were almost all military officers.
 
GPSG President Adam Reneker talks about the recent passing of the US House of Representatives tax reform proposal and an oral history from an IUB graduate school alum about the great blizzard of 1978.
 
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The Auburn Undercover Podcast
 
Brandon Marcello and Michael Niziolek kick off an Iron Bowl week to remember with their thoughts on the Alabama-Auburn matchup for the SEC West title, the search for an Auburn athletics director, the latest rumors with Bruce Pearl and the Auburn basketball program, their thoughts on their comprehensive oral history of the Kick Six and much more ...…
 
Dr. Elena Foulis and Ohio State student, Adriana Ponce de Leon discuss oral history, the power of personal stories or testimonios and the impact of hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
 
Rachel Leary talks about how she wanted to explore the life of a female bushranger for her new novel Bridget Crack; Professor Alistair Thomson, President Of Oral History Australia, talks about why interest in oral history is growing. With presenters Elizabeth McCarthy & Lou Irving.
 
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Afropop Worldwide
 
Sound clashes have been a mainstay of reggae culture for decades. Mobile sound system teams face off to see who can best move the crowd with their selections of records and exclusive "dub plate" jingles. On a recent late night in Queens, seven sounds competed for the U.S. champion title, and many were surprised by the winner. We meet the sound- ...…
 
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