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Jody Noll is SPOHP’s 2015 Julian Pleasants Travel Award Scholar

Gainesville, FL—The Samuel Proctor Oral History Program congratulates Jody Noll, PhD student at Georgia State University, on his receipt of SPOHP’s 2015 Julian Pleasants Travel Award. Noll is writing his doctoral dissertation about the 1968 Florida Teachers Strike, and will use the award to conduct oral histories and explore resources in the P. K. Yonge Library of Florida History. Noll received his BA in history at the University of South Florida and his MA in history from Auburn University.

Old Issues of "Oral History Review" available

We are cleaning out some shelves and found some old issues of The Oral History Review. If you would like any of these issues, please let me know. It will be on a first-come, first-served basis. My deadline is the end of next week, so everything remaining will be tossed next Friday.

We have:

The Oral History Review: 1973, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1979-1985 (v.13), v.15 (1987) n.1 & 2, v.15 (1988) n.1 & 2

Recent "Oral History Review" posts at OUPblog

Here's our regular check-in to alert H-OralHist readers to new posts from the The Oral History Review at Oxford University Press's OUPblog.

Our most recent piece went live 5/15/2015 with Samantha Snyder returning to talk about her recent work using Pop Up Archives transcription service: 

http://blog.oup.com/2015/05/pop-up-archive-oral-history-review/

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