Mary, you might check out
Telling Environmental Histories: Intersections of Memory, Narrative and Environment (eds Katie Holmes and Heather Goodall Palgrave Studies in World Environmental History, 2017)
Oral History and the Environment: Global Perspectives on Climate, Connection, and Catastrophe
Edited by Stephen M. Sloan and Mark Cave
Shelley Trower (ed.), Place, Writing, and Voice in Oral History, New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2011
there are also relevant articles in all of the major oral history journals
cheers, Al Thomson
Hi, all. I'm writing my master's thesis based on an oral history project I did on an environmental movement in Austin, Texas. I have not yet seen any scholarly writing on OH methodology specific to environmental history and was hoping to hear from this community regarding scholarship along these lines. Thank you for any leads.
Mary Closmann Kahle
With great sadness, I announce that Nunn Center founder and former OHA president Terry Birdwhistell passed away this week. Terry served in many roles in the University of Kentucky Libraries throughout his 50-year career, but oral history was always at the center.
Interested in starting your own oral history project?
Join us for a virtual workshop on oral history methodology. Dr. Natalie Fousekis will lead a virtual workshop on oral history methodology on Saturday, February 25. This workshop will introduce participants to the preparation, recording, transcription, and archival organization of oral histories, and will include time for discussion and Q&A!
Speaker: Dr. Natalie Fousekis
Saturday, February 25, 2023