Free Round-table: Remote Interviewing in the COVID-19 Era (Presented by the Southwest Oral History Association)

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July 31, 2020
Arizona, United States
Subject Fields: 
Digital Humanities, Oral History, Public History, Social History / Studies, Teaching and Learning

Remote Interviewing in the COVID-19 Era
Presented by SOHA: Southwest Oral History Association
July 31st, 9:30am (PST) on Zoom

Considering doing oral history while in quarantine? Join us to discuss our experiences conducting and processing interviews online during the COVID-19 pandemic. Come prepared to share! This workshop will include a robust dialogue of concerns, benefits, and potentially useful technologies when it comes to remote interviewing. 

Speakers: Dr. Caryll Batt-Dziedziak (Interim Director, Women's Research Institute of Nevada) and Dr. Summer Cherland (Founder, South Phoenix Oral History Project) 

Moderator: Jennifer Keil, SOHA President 

This is a free workshop. We encourage you to consider donating a small amount or joining our nonprofit organization. 

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Contact Info: 

Summer Cherland, PhD

History Faculty, South Mountain Community College
Founder, South Phoenix Oral History Project 
2nd Vice President, Southwest Oral History Association