Are you interested in using oral history in research? The Voces Oral History Project got you covered!
The Voces Oral History Research Summer Institute is a 5-day workshop (June 10 – 14) for faculty and graduate students wishing to use oral history in research.
This oral history institute at the University of Texas in Austin will be helpful to the beginner, intermediate and advanced scholar. Instructors include scholars who have created their own oral history projects, have published widely using oral history and are leaders in oral history publishing and teaching.
This class will be kept deliberately small to allow participants ample time to discuss and workshop their own plans and ideas.
- Theory and methodology of oral history
- Using oral history to study under-researched topics
- Developing an oral history project for academic research
- Publishing oral history research
- Teaching oral history to undergrad and grad students
- Archival considerations
- Best practices
Maggie Rivas-Rodriguez, Ph.D., Professor of Journalism, The University of Texas at Austin
- Founder and Director, Voces Oral History Project
- Founder and Editor, US Latina & Latino Oral History Journal
Todd Moye, Ph.D., Professor of History, University of North Texas
- Former Director, Tuskegee Airmen Oral History Project
- President, Oral History Association
To apply please send:
- A short (not more than 3 pages) statement of purpose on:
- Why you wish to take the workshop
- Possible research areas you wish to develop
- Where you are in your academic journey
- And a CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Deadline: March 9, 2019.
- Notification of Acceptance: March 19, 2019
Cost: $750 (includes lunches)
Housing option: Special housing accommodations are available for participants, starting at $40 per night (estimated) and up. Housing arrangements and payments must be made directly with UT Housing. Housing details provided after acceptance.
For more information, go to vocessummerinstitute.org.
OMAR RODRIGUEZ ORTIZ | Writer and Social Media Editor
Voces Oral History Project
School of Journalism | Moody College of Communication
The University of Texas at Austin