Date(s) - April 1, 2019
4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
A LECTURE BY AMY STARECHESKI
DIRECTOR, ORAL HISTORY MASTER OF ARTS PROGRAM, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
LOCATION: PRINCETON UNIVERSITY, MCCORMICK 106
As a uniquely co-created primary source document or as an intersubjective and temporally dynamic method of qualitative research, oral history is a powerful research tool. This talk 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.