The Brooklyn College Listening Project is a community interview and oral history initiative run by faculty and students at Brooklyn College, City University of New York. Inaugurated in 2015, the Listening Project aims to listen to and record stories about diverse life experiences in Brooklyn, New York City's most populous borough. Most of the interviews are conducted under the auspices of classes at Brooklyn College, and address a wide range of topics and questions.
Oral histories from Howard County, Missouri locals collected by Central Methodist University's Expository Writing classes.
The Erie Voices project is a hands-on approach to humanities learning through rigorous and engaged concern with the global human experience. Through this project, oral histories of the experiences of refugees living in the Erie area are collected and preserved.
In Their Own Words: Remembering Linfield College History aims to capture the history of Linfield through the eyes of the people who saw it firsthand. The Linfield College Archives launched this collection with interviews featuring two former Linfield presidents. Dr. Charles U. Walker served as president from 1975-1992, rescuing a college that was struggling financially and in dire need of a strong, compassionate leader. Dr. Vivian A. Bull served as president from 1992-2005 and oversaw the vast expansion of Linfield's campus, adding land and buildings to help secure the college's future. The collection continues to grow, with new interviews of faculty, staff, and alumni of Linfield College added throughout the year. While their experiences are different, all the interviewees have thoughts to share about Linfield's past, present, and future.
The Noam Chomsky and Family Collection features interviews with Noam and Aviva Chomsky on the topics of social movements, labor history, propaganda, immigration, and environmentalism.
This collection gathers three sets of interviews conducted as part of the Ethnic Heritage Studies Project. Rhode Island College announced the establishment of the project in February 1972. The interviews were conducted between 1972 and 1979.
An oral history project by students of Professor Peg Christoff's "Women in U.S.-Asian Relations (AAS/POL 307)" class at Stony Brook University. The "course critically examines the important and, at time, crucial roles played by women in US-Asian relations over a roughly 125-year period, from the 1850s to the 1970s; and compares/contrasts these roles to the international/global careers women pursue in the present day." - Christoff Each interview consists of multiple files, including: a text document and Powerpoint slides, which were converted to PDFs for this digitization project.
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