LEGACY ORAL HISTORY WORKSHOP AUGUST 4-6, 2011 MUSEUM OF PERFORMANCE & DESIGN - SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
17th Annual Oral History Workshop The workshop emphasizes essential oral history theories, methods and practices applicable to projects in the arts, sciences, humanities, business and education. The workshop is beneficial to doctoral or master’s degree students, archive, library and museum staff, historical societies, community groups, family/personal historians, biographers, memoir writers, documentarians and others.
For information and registration: Office: 415-255-4800, *823 Cell: 415-238-8358 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Interviewing--Theories, Techniques and Practices Project Design and Planning Legal/Ethical Issues Technology Digital Storytelling Funding Transcription and Editing Producing Final Text and Digital Documents
Fee: $350 before July 1.
Jeff Friedman PhD, lead presenter, is an associate professor at Rutgers University. He contributes internationally to scholarly conferences and publications on oral history theory, method and practice.
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Basya Petnick, oral historian, is a seasoned interviewer and published journalist. She is experienced in the management and technology of oral history projects, digital storytelling and creative applications.
Jeff Friedman, Ph.D. and Basya Petnick lead eff Friedman, Ph.D. and Basya Petnick lead a stimulating and informative three-day workshop prov...