“senator strom thurmond's not-so-secret black daughter” new york times, december 18, 2003 6 stricklin, david and rebecca sharpless, eds the past meets the present: essays on oral history lanham, md: university press of america, 1988 7 swain, ellen d “oral history in the archives: its documentary role in the. Seldon, a and pappworth, j, by word of mouth: elite oral history, london, methuen, 1983 stricklin d and sharpless, r (eds), the past meets the present: essays on oral history, lanham, md, university press of america, 1988 thompson, p and burchardt, n (eds), our common history: the transformation of europe,. The baylor university institute for oral history (buioh), located in waco, texas, is a freestanding research department within baylor university's division of academic affairs the buioh creates oral history memoirs by preserving an audio recording and transcript of interviews with individuals who are eyewitnesses to. And oral traditions to reconstruct the past cultures of aboriginal peoples, as well as the history of contact between native peoples and european newcomers throughout canada and parts of the united states' anthropology involves the study of human cultures, both past and present ethnohistory is not, in and of itself , a ﬁeld. Benson, susan porter oral history and community involvement: the baltimore neighborhood heritage project in presenting the past: essays on history and the public, edited by susan porter benson et al, 1986: 249-263 blatti, jo “ public history and oral history” the journal of american history 77:2 (1990): 615- 625.
Stricklin d and sharpless, r (eds), the past meets the present: essays on oral history, lanham, md, university press of america, 1988 thompson, p and burchardt, n (eds), our common history: the transformation of europe, london , pluto, 1982 tonkin, e, narrating our pasts: the social construction of oral history,. The past meets the present essays on oral history edited by david stricklin rebecca sharpless heartening to know that the baylor university institute for oral history continues to pioneer the study of oral tradition that question is the past meets the present, a symposium held october 7 and 8, 1985 , at baylor. This essay, i propose that humorous responses to trauma can be under- stood in terms of traditional aboriginal connections between the traumatic past and troubles in the present and to self-reflexively examine the erations, contain complex teachings about aboriginal history, science, ethics, spirituality, and methods of.
Between oral history and oral tradition evidence oral tradition evidence, he found, consists of verbal communication, messages, from the past beyond the present generation (tsilhqot'in trial decision, para 146) oral history evidence is “ recollections of aboriginal life” and consists of a present-day “witness” account of what. Abstract aboriginal oral history is a valuable source of information about a people's past it can constitute important evidence as proof of prior events, and/or it can shed light on meanings groups give to their past despite its america, 1985) [hereinafter past meets present] d cohen, the remapioa m ntain pcople (ncw.
Stricklin, d and sharpless, r, the past meets the present: essays on oral history, lanham, md university press of america, (eds) 1988 thompson, p and burchardt, n, our common history, cambridge: cambridge university press, ( eds) 1992 tonkin, elizabeth, narrating our pasts: the social construction of oral. A cautionary note: recent discussion on the oral history listserv has focused on subject matter for student classroom projects concern was expressed about sending young people (particularly elementary and middle school students) to ask questions about a highly sensitive and emotional topic, such as the holocaust,.
The present study examined the effectiveness of the oral history approach with respect to students' historical competence a total of 35 ninth-grade classes (n. Abstract this book offers a view from southeast asia, where oral history is embryonic and state led but is also being socially contested and redefined the book began as a conference in singapore in 2010, organized by the institute of southeast asian studies (iseas) and the singapore heritage society iseas had hosted. This essay explores these questions and concludes with a call for more flex- ible, creative approaches to hamstown) and oral history projects at the national archives (pretoria), free state archives (bloemfontein) (see reads, “just as robben island helped shape our past and present, it should be reactivated in a way. Humanities core is a year-long course that examines how humans have interpreted and recorded their experiences in the past and how those interpretations inform the present and future through the study of literature, film, philosophy, history, and visual art, students delve into the processes of making meaning and learn.
3 (spring 1979) shopes, linda “using oral history for a family history project” technical leaflet #123 nashville: american association for state and local history, 1980 stricklin, david and rebecca sharpless, eds the past meets the present: essays on oral history lanham, md: university press of america, 1988. Teacher note: allow students three to four hours of class time and seven to eight hours of homework time to conduct and write up the oral history students will need time to they can also refer to the new americans personal stories in the meet the new americans section of the companion web site instruct them to list the. An oral history mattea v sanders university of north carolina, chapel hill “ when i was younger i was told you watch what you read, you don't know who wrote it about she chose to learn the past through oral traditions her distrust involving the eastern band in the process of making history2 the essay concludes by.