The Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust is pleased to offer a fellowship for emigrating scholars, artists, museum professionals, and researchers through a grant from The Vivian G. Prins Foundation. The grant is in honor of Bronia Brandman, a survivor of Auschwitz and one of the museum’s earliest and most steadfast volunteers. The Vivian G.
It’s really cool to see someone asking this question. If you could email me at email@example.com, that would be great. I have my own techniques which I can talk about, but one thing I’d definitely tell the student is that if they can develop a way (or ways) to maintain focus in an interview, their ADHD might turn into a tremendous asset for them.
When a student with ADHD is learning how to carry out oral history interviews, how might he/she adjust the conditions for the interview in order to focus his/her attention on the interviewee and avoid interrupting?
What do oral historians, journalists, and scholars of contemporary history do when the president of the United States, supported by numerous members of Congress, tells blatant lies and strives to undermine our access to traditionally reliable sources of information and democratic processes? What do oral historians, journalists, and scholars of contemporary history do when scientific knowledge is dismissed as mere opinion?
Critical Histories of Aging and Later Life
Issue number 139 (January 2021)
Abstract Deadline: June 1, 2019
Co-edited by Amanda Ciafone, Devin McGeehan Muchmore, and David Serlin