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This is Amplified Initiative, a project of the Organization of American Historians and presented by the Oral History Association. This project from the Organization of American Historians aims to broaden the impact of the OAH’s 2018 conference by asking partner organizations to develop material, based on the conference panels, that will be shared with each partner’s specific audience.The OHA is glad to join this project and will be developing a series of podcasts based on a number of panels that relate to oral history.

Latest Episodes

Democratizing the American History Textbook

The OAH panel “Democratizing the American History Textbook: Mass Collaboration and The American Yawp” describes a year-long collaboration of more than 350 historians to produce The American Yawp, a free and online, open-source American history Textbook. Panelists discuss how scholars can collaborate across institutions, the future of the textbook in teh digital age, the role of the university press in balancing access with professional standards, and other questions.

40 MINJAN 10
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Democratizing the American History Textbook

Storytelling and African-American Women’s Biography

This panel compares the possibilities & pitfalls of telling black women’s stories in the traditional form of biography versus film as well as when the subjects present challenges to linear storytelling. This is an episode of the Amplified Initiative, a project of the Organization of American Historians (oah.org) and presented by the Oral History Association (oralhistory.org), aims to broaden the impact of the OAH’s 2018 conference. You can listen to more at oah.pathwright.com.

54 MINJAN 2
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Storytelling and African-American Women’s Biography

Feeling is Believing: Embodied Practices of Popular History

The Amplified Initiative is a project of the Organization of American Historians(oah.org) and presented by the Oral History Association (oralhistory.org). This project from the Organization of American Historians aims to broaden the impact of the OAH’s 2018 conference. This panel examines the way in which forms of history that involve the body as the primary site of discovery and meaning-making interacts with its surrounding popular culture. You can listen to more at oah.pathwright.com.

68 MINJAN 2
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Feeling is Believing: Embodied Practices of Popular History

Beyond the Monograph, Beyond the Margins: The Challenge of Interpretative and Inclusive Histories

This is an episode of the Amplified Initiative, a project of the Organization of American Historians (oah.org) and presented by the Oral History Association (oralhistory.org). This project aims to broaden the impact of the OAH’s 2018 conference. This roundtable brings together five scholars who are committed to presenting cutting edge research within their respective fields to non-academics. You can listen to more at oah.pathwright.com.

53 MINJAN 2
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Beyond the Monograph, Beyond the Margins: The Challenge of Interpretative and Inclusive Histories

Arming Citizens: Public Historians and Civic Engagement

This is an episode of the Amplified Initiative, a project of the Organization of American Historians (oah.org) and presented by the Oral History Association (oralhistory.org). The project aims to broaden the impact of the OAH’s 2018 conference. Public historians are uniquely positioned to effect change in today’s social confusion. This panel discusses ways history professionals should construct history with others. You can listen to more at oah.pathwright.com.

55 MINJAN 2
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Arming Citizens: Public Historians and Civic Engagement

Sexuality and Oral History: The Challenges of Public and Private Knowledge

This is an episode of the Amplified Initiative, a project of the Organization of American Historians (oah.org) and presented by the Oral History Association (oralhistory.org). This panel, like the others in our series, was part of the Organization of American Historians April 2018 conference. You can listen to the full version of this panel, as well as other presentations that didn’t make into the podcast, at oah.pathwright.com.

78 MINJAN 2
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Sexuality and Oral History: The Challenges of Public and Private Knowledge
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Latest Episodes

Democratizing the American History Textbook

The OAH panel “Democratizing the American History Textbook: Mass Collaboration and The American Yawp” describes a year-long collaboration of more than 350 historians to produce The American Yawp, a free and online, open-source American history Textbook. Panelists discuss how scholars can collaborate across institutions, the future of the textbook in teh digital age, the role of the university press in balancing access with professional standards, and other questions.

40 MINJAN 10
Comments
Democratizing the American History Textbook

Storytelling and African-American Women’s Biography

This panel compares the possibilities & pitfalls of telling black women’s stories in the traditional form of biography versus film as well as when the subjects present challenges to linear storytelling. This is an episode of the Amplified Initiative, a project of the Organization of American Historians (oah.org) and presented by the Oral History Association (oralhistory.org), aims to broaden the impact of the OAH’s 2018 conference. You can listen to more at oah.pathwright.com.

54 MINJAN 2
Comments
Storytelling and African-American Women’s Biography

Feeling is Believing: Embodied Practices of Popular History

The Amplified Initiative is a project of the Organization of American Historians(oah.org) and presented by the Oral History Association (oralhistory.org). This project from the Organization of American Historians aims to broaden the impact of the OAH’s 2018 conference. This panel examines the way in which forms of history that involve the body as the primary site of discovery and meaning-making interacts with its surrounding popular culture. You can listen to more at oah.pathwright.com.

68 MINJAN 2
Comments
Feeling is Believing: Embodied Practices of Popular History

Beyond the Monograph, Beyond the Margins: The Challenge of Interpretative and Inclusive Histories

This is an episode of the Amplified Initiative, a project of the Organization of American Historians (oah.org) and presented by the Oral History Association (oralhistory.org). This project aims to broaden the impact of the OAH’s 2018 conference. This roundtable brings together five scholars who are committed to presenting cutting edge research within their respective fields to non-academics. You can listen to more at oah.pathwright.com.

53 MINJAN 2
Comments
Beyond the Monograph, Beyond the Margins: The Challenge of Interpretative and Inclusive Histories

Arming Citizens: Public Historians and Civic Engagement

This is an episode of the Amplified Initiative, a project of the Organization of American Historians (oah.org) and presented by the Oral History Association (oralhistory.org). The project aims to broaden the impact of the OAH’s 2018 conference. Public historians are uniquely positioned to effect change in today’s social confusion. This panel discusses ways history professionals should construct history with others. You can listen to more at oah.pathwright.com.

55 MINJAN 2
Comments
Arming Citizens: Public Historians and Civic Engagement

Sexuality and Oral History: The Challenges of Public and Private Knowledge

This is an episode of the Amplified Initiative, a project of the Organization of American Historians (oah.org) and presented by the Oral History Association (oralhistory.org). This panel, like the others in our series, was part of the Organization of American Historians April 2018 conference. You can listen to the full version of this panel, as well as other presentations that didn’t make into the podcast, at oah.pathwright.com.

78 MINJAN 2
Comments
Sexuality and Oral History: The Challenges of Public and Private Knowledge
the END