The Routledge book series Practicing Oral History is accepting proposals for new titles on applied oral history. Series editor Nancy MacKay will be at the Oral History Association conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, October 17-21, and happy to meet in person to discuss your book idea. Whether or not you are attending the OHA conference, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a detailed prospectus or to discuss your book project.
The series is devoted to applied oral history. Books should address one of three approaches to oral history: best practices for a specific stage or skill within the oral history life cycle, oral history adapted to a specific professional community, or using oral history to achieve a specific goal.
Practicing Oral History Among Refugees and Host Communities, Marella Hoffman, December 2019
Transcribing Oral History, Teresa Bergen, 2019
Practicing Oral History to Connect University to Community, Fawn Amber Montoya and Beverly Allen, 2018
Practicing Critical Oral History, Christine Lemley, 2017
Practicing Oral History to Improve Public Policies and Programs, Marella Hoffman, 2017
Curating Oral Histories, (2nd ed.,) Nancy MacKay, 2016
Practicing Oral History with Immigrant Narrators, Carol McKirdy, 2015
Practicing Oral History in Historical Organizations, Barbara W. Sommer, 2015
Story Bridges: Intergenerational Oral History Projects, Angela Zusman, 2010