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Oral history project

Oral history project

the early days of labor arbitration as recalled by G. Allan Dash, Jr., Sylvester Garrett, John Day Larkin, Harry H. Platt, Ralph T. Seward, William E. Simkin

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Published by The Academy in Washington, D.C. (4335 Cathedral Ave., N.W., Washington 20016) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Arbitration, Industrial -- United States -- History.,
    • Collective bargaining -- United States -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementNational Academy of Arbitrators.
      ContributionsDash, George Allan., National Academy of Arbitrators.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD5504.A3 O7 1982
      The Physical Object
      Pagination279 p. in various pagings ;
      Number of Pages279
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3124616M
      LC Control Number82236146

      Designing an Oral History Project: Initial Questions to Ask Yourself by Doug Boyd. It is a great feeling when you commit yourself, your organization or your community to an oral history project. It is a great privilege to record someone’s life story and a great responsibility to care for that story in a . This is an excerpt from Benjamin Harshav's full oral history. You can make a donation in support of this effort and your gift will be matched dollar-for-dollar by Peter and Deborah Wexler. To learn more about our campaign to capture oral history interviews in Yiddish, read Aaron Lansky's recent letter.

      Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide. Forged from a partnership between a university press and a library, Project MUSE is a trusted part of the academic and scholarly community it by: The Herbert M. Parker Foundation, along with Washington State University, supported a project to obtain oral histories from former employees, involved with health physics and radiation protection, of the Hanford Nuclear Reservation.

      Designing an Oral History Project Mine workers lined in cars in front of mine opening. Developing an oral history project requires considerable planning and resources, everything from defining the nature and scope of the project to selecting appropriate recording technology, from identifying both interviewers and interviewees to deciding. Rutgers Oral History Archives of World War II records the personal experiences of the men and women who served on the Home Front and overseas. Tank Books promotes the self-published book, "Tanks for the Memories" by Aaron Elson. The book chronicles the fear, determination, and humor of veterans of WWII tank battalions.


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Sincethe Yiddish Book Center’s Wexler Oral History Project has recorded more than in-depth video interviews that provide a deeper understanding of the Jewish experience Oral history project book the legacy and changing nature of Yiddish language and culture.

While there is a fee to purchase the printed book/merchandise (Wheaton does not make any proceeds from this project), you do not need to purchase the book to contribute your Oral History. Wheaton will retain copies of the printed Oral History in the Wallace Library and the Archives for preservation.

Wexler Oral History Project of the Yiddish Book Center, Amherst, Massachusetts. 1K likes. The Yiddish Book Center's Wexler Oral History Project is a growing collection of in-depth interviews about 5/5(5).

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.

The Oral History Association invites nominations for its Book Award, established in to recognize a published book that uses oral history to make a significant contribution to contemporary scholarship; and/or significantly advances understanding of important theoretical issues in oral history; and/or is an outstanding example of sound.

Because oral history papers can vary a great deal according to their aims, make sure to develop a clear sense of your purpose.

The assignment itself may specify quite clearly what kind of an oral history project you may do or leave many of the choices up to you. Hanford History Project at WSU Tri Cities. Interview with David (Duke) Mitchell. Duke Mitchell grew up in the Tri-Cities first in Pasco, Washington then Richland, Washington.

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Three years later, King’s X: /5(86). The most recent book published by the NAV project is Voices of Ballard and Beyond: Stories of Immigrants and Their Descendants in the Pacific Northwest, which is the result of a three-year effort by volunteers for the Nordic American Voices oral history project.

Sincethis group of volunteers has recorded more than interviews at the. I enjoyed this book, but I could have done without the bookend chapters that gave the context of a college student's oral history project. I would have preferred to have those omitted and allow the stories to grow organically without the artifice of the given context.

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She follows one twisted family tree (one that crosses its own branches a couple of times, if you get my drift) through hard times, farming, coal mining, disaster, and city-slicker school teachers (a disaster in their own right).Cited by: The Oral History Project was begun in and the stories people have told me became the basis for two books thus far and many talks.

Voces de cambio. A Cultural Reader was designed for intermediate level students of Spanish and can be purchased from the author (see contact information.). Oral history is the collection and study of historical information about individuals, families, important events, or everyday life using audiotapes, videotapes, or transcriptions of planned interviews are conducted with people who participated in or observed past events and whose memories and perceptions of these are to be preserved as an aural record for future generations.

The content is written as a mixture of how-to information, first-person narratives, oral history, and folklore. The Foxfire project has published Foxfire magazine continuously since Inthe first of the highly popular Foxfire books was published, which collected published articles as well as new r: Eliot Wigginton.

Grants. Emerging Crises Oral History Research Fund; Awards. Inthe Oral History Association established a series of awards to recognize outstanding achievement in oral history.

Results of all awards will be announced at the annual meeting in October and posted on the website after the meeting. JSC Oral History Project Established inthe goal of the ongoing NASA Johnson Space Center Oral History Project is to capture history from the individuals who first provided the country and the world with an avenue to space and the moon, and from those who are now extending that legacy by enabling the programs of NASA's Journey to Mars.

Follow the Oral History Project on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ to get the latest updates on new projects, progress on current books, and future plans for the group. Browse Our Books. Location. D.C. Everest Senior High Alderson Street Weston, WI A history of the Great Witley & Little Witley areas by Witleys Oral History Group.

A community project to gather together a range of media about our local history, such as stories and memories recorded by local residents, as well as photographs, video and other historical information. Introducing StoryCorps Connect, a New Way to Come Together Through Remote Conversations.

We’re excited to launch StoryCorps Connect, a new, free platform that enables individuals to take part in a StoryCorps interview with a loved one, remotely. Mark Irwin- Inker/Creative Services Manager. Jason Johnson- Artist. Bill Kaplan- Editor-in-Chief.

Planning an Oral History Project. In order to get the most out of an oral history project, it is essential to develop a solid plan at the very beginning. The planning process should address the following: Determine the goals of the project. Why is the project worth doing?Oral history is a method to learn about past events from the spoken stories of people who lived through them.

When students conduct oral history research with members of their families or community they are participating in active learning rooted in the student's own experience. Students are actively engaged in collecting data when they do oral histories.ORAL HISTORY OFFICE PUTTING TOGETHER AN ORAL HISTORY PROJECT: OVERALL GUIDELINES 1.

Identify your narrator—who can tell interesting stories, who has lived through a unique time period, who can document an era for which little other information exists? Make sure this person is in reasonable health for their age, with a good memory and has.