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Preliminary Program for OHA 2015 Now Available


The 2015 Preliminary Program is now available for the OHA annual meeting in Tampa.  You can search the program by day, time, and name, as well as see a daily schedule in grid form.

You may register for the conference and make hotel reservations at OHA Registration. For OHA members, an early bird registration rate is offered through August 15.

Cliff Kuhn

Executive Director

Oral History Association
 

"Uprising of '34" collection to be digitized

Georgia State University, the Oral History Association's host institution, has received a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission to digitize and transcribe the oral history interviews conducted for the film "The Uprising of '34" on the 1934 general textile strike in the South.  The film, directed by George Stoney and Judith Helfand, won numerous  awards, including the 1995 Non-Print Media Award of the OHA, and received widespread acclaim. 

Literacy test for voter Registration?

Hello:

I will be traveling in the South for a few weeks this summer and would like to visit archives that have materials regarding the development and adminstration of literacy tests as a requirement for voter registration. I am especially interested in finding copies of actual tests and forms, preferably in completed form, for a project on the history of the literacy test. Any information about possible archives, or any other suggestions, will be highly appreciated!

Thanks,

Kirk Branch, Professor of English

Montana State University

ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research

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Offered by the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR), the ICPSR Summer Program is internationally recognized as a preeminent learning environment for basic and advanced training for researchers across the behavioral, social, and medical sciences. We stress the integration of methods of quantitative analysis within a broader context of substantive research. Our courses include hands-on analysis of research datasets, and our instructors are experts in their fields who are adept at making complex subject matter understandable.

New online article from OSU Department of History, "Role of Big Government in American History"

We thought you might be interested in our latest issue of Origins: Current Events in Historical Perspective. Our main article is written by historian Steven Conn: An Enemy Until You Need A Friend: The Role of "Big Government" in American History.”

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