Winter blog posts from the Oral History Review

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Happy Vernal Equinox! We want to give a quick update for how we here at the Oral History Review blog have kept busy over the winter.

We posted several pieces on the intersection between oral history and social justice, including “Planting the seeds of resistance,” “Oral history and empathy at the Women’s March on Washington,” and last Friday’s post “Down at the crossroads: the intersection of organizing and oral history.”

Along with those we also ran an interview highlighting Abby’s Perkiss’ article in the Oral History Review (43.2) and an article discussing the possible uncoupling of oral history from the campus Institutional Review Boards or IRBs.

So, until next time, here's wishing you all good health and continued resolve. 

Andrew Shaffer (awshaffer@wisc.edu) & Troy Reeves (troy.reeves@wisc.edu), The Oral History Review

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