Good afternoon - I'm new to this listserve and grateful for your help!
Often, I prefer to have interviewees sign their releases after they review the transcript, and felt so in the case of an oral history project for an educational institution. Unfortunately, a key interviewee died before he signed his release. The person who was his power of attorney has reminded me that POAs expire upon death.
I am pretty certain that there won't be a problem in getting a release signed - as long as I can find the correct person to do so! Any suggestions?
College of the Atlantic