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Bill Weinberg, oral history interviewing
|Series||The Appalachian oral history project ... ;|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 49530 (F) |
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||On reel 2 of 2 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||83239620|
Bill Weinberg produces the website , and writes widely on Latin America. He is at work on a book on indigenous struggles in the Andean nations. HISTORY INTERVIEWS en;IaJ1Ulm~:s of the past con other across the tape re In the encounter between lfo>rrrtant, oral history inter oldest and newest method. For millennia, weat:ed and preserved their of the past through spoken entirely by word of mouth. ;:WdH'", the past, people create imaginative life wher-and converse, be it at theFile Size: 1MB.
History won’t seem so distant and unreal for the child who can say that Grandma was 10 years old when in Lindbergh flew the Atlantic, that Grandpa was just 15 that day in March, , when all the banks were closed, and that a great-aunt, just out of college, was sitting in a dentist’s chair when she saw what looked like snowflakes. Interviewing for oral history I have had a couple of questions about this topic recently, and was able to answer on the basis of my own experience, interviewing Pacific Fruit Express retirees for the PFE book (Thompson, Church, Jones, Pacific Fruit Express (2nd edition), Signature Press, ), and also interviewing various former Southern.
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Bill Weinberg is a co-founder of National Organization for the Iraqi Freedom Struggles. Publications Books. Homage to Chiapas: The New Indigenous Struggles in Mexico. Verso. ISBN a comprehensive account of the Zapatista rebellion from the uprising of January 1, "In our time, political speech and writing are largely the defense of the indefensible.
Things like the continuance of British rule in India, the Russian purges and deportations, the dropping of the atom bombs on Japan, can indeed be defended, but only by arguments which are too brutal for most people to face, and which do not square with the professed aims of the political tion: Organic Historian.
William (Bill) Weinberg spent over 32 years in highly complex acquisition roles within the U.S. Departments of Defense, Homeland Security and Commerce solving program issues and budget challenges through innovative acquisition solutions. He retired from federal service as a member of the Senior Executive Service.
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Facebook gives people the power to. Bill Weinberg Bill Weinberg is an award-winning year veteran journalist in the fields of human rights, drug policy, ecology and war. He was news editor at High Times in the s, and has reported widely from Mexico, Central America, Colombia and Peru.
CounterVortex: Global Ganja Report: Moorish Orthodox Radio Crusade: : Resisting the Downward Spiral: Defending Your Right to Cannabis: Anarchism for the Global City. Interviewing a group of people can create a picture of that experience, and a large project of this kind (such as UNC’s Southern Oral History Project) can be a way of preserving a piece of history.
When we interview one person, we gain knowledge of an individual’s experiences, which may or may not be typical of his or her time and culture. Interviewing Techniques. An oral history interview is not about the interviewer. The focus should be on the interviewee, and he or she should do most of the talking, with occasional questions from the interviewer to guide the interview in the most productive directions.
Oral history is so flexible that people of all ages can adapt the techniques of asking and listening to create and learn about history and historical narratives.
As a door into the world of oral history, these pages give basic suggestions for collecting and preserving the valuable oral treasures around you, to enrich you and future generations. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA ORAL HISTORY PROGRAM DONALD C.
DAVIDSON LIBRARY David E: Russell, Director Santa Barbara, California () ORAL HISTORY METHODOLOGY, THE ART OF INTERVIEWING Oral history is as old as antiquity. Herodotus, if you recall, set down many of his stories from accounts he heard an his Size: KB. Oral history interviewing is a viable qualitative research orientation for many qualitative researchers in various disciplines.
Oral history is the collection of stories, statements, and reminiscences of a person or persons who have firsthand knowledge of any number of experiences. It offers qualitative researchers a way to capture the lived experiences of : Valerie J. Janesick. Oral historians inform narrators about the nature and purpose of oral history interviewing in general and of their interview specifically.
Oral historians insure that narrators voluntarily give their consent to be interviewed and understand that they can withdraw from the interview or.
Oral history interview with Morris Parloff. Oral History Dr. Morris Parloff, born on Octodescribes being part of the T-Force during World War II; his job to perform arrests and gather documents in Europe; his group of around 45 men; his first mission in in Aachen, Germany, where he screened people; learning of the V-2 and being eager to locate it; going to Nordhausen to.
Book Connection Listening Is an Act of Love: An Oral History by Laurel Shackelford; Bill Weinberg Call Number: FAO EB. Forgotten Voices of Mao's Great Famine, The Smithsonian Folklife and Oral History Interviewing Guide. Oral History in the Digital Age. Oral History - National Park Service Author: Amy Krug.
It also provides practical information for conducting oral history interviews, from working with a university's human subjects committee, finding subjects, recording audio or video, to strategies on how best to tap into those important memories.
Finally, it explores analytic strategies for incorporating the interviews into academic by: 2. The following oral history transcript is the result of a recorded interview with Bill Berkson on September October 2, The interview was conducted at the Archives of American Art in New York, NY by Annette Leddy for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Bill Berkson and Annette Leddy have reviewed the transcript. Currently near completion is a book chapter of 14, words about oral history interviewing skills. His books include Vermont: A Bicentennial History, and the transcript of his interviews with George D. Aiken, Vermont's governor () and U.S.
Senator (). Twice he has been a Fellow at the Aspen Institute, and he received the. Documentary filmmakers Lance Warren and Hannah Ayers discuss tips for oral history interviews For more on the filmmakers and their latest film, visit Oral history interview with Herschel Auerbach.
Oral History Hershel Auerbach, born June 3, in New York, NY, describes being a captain in the US Army during World War II; the composition of his unit, which investigated war crimes, captured criminals, and participated in the interrogation of people who had committed crimes; their work at Hadamar, doing autopsies on corpses; finding that.
The interview should take place in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. The home of the person you are interviewing is usually the best place, but there may also be other settings that would be appropriate, such as your tradition-bearer’s workplace, a church hall, or a community center.Schedule the oral history session in advance.
Don't just show up on a person's doorstep unexpectedly. Bring a tape recorder, or pen and paper, or both. If you want to use a tape recorder, make sure you get prior permission from the person you're interviewing.Oral History Interview Questions Worksheet Oral history is an interview that records a person’s recollection of experiences, thoughts, and feelings about a specific event or a period of time.
By showing how national or international events affected the lives of individuals, oral history adds a personal dimension to the study of the past.