When: 
Monday, November 27, 2017 - 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Where: 
Gendebien Room, Skillman Library
Presenter: 
Amy Starecheski, Co-Director, Columbia Oral History Master of Arts Program
Price: 
Free

We hear about oral history everywhere these days, both as an academic research method but also in public, from Studs Terkel to StoryCorps to Vanity Fair’s oral histories of the Simpsons or the Bush administration.

Amy Starecheski, Co-Director of the Oral History MA Program at Columbia University, will discuss the history and future of oral history as a research method and as a tool for social change, all in the context of a contemporary moment when oral history is in vogue as never before.

Join us for this brownbag presentation at 12:00pm in the Gendebien Room, Skillman Library. Lunch will be provided

Sponsored by: 
Friends of Skillman Library; Women's & Gender Studies

Contact information

Name: 
Elaine Stomber
Phone: 
610-330-5799
Email: 
stombere@lafayette.edu