Columbia’s Oral History Master of Arts Program
The MidAtlantic Regional Center for the Humanities features an article by Linda Shopes, about Columbia University’s Oral History Master of Arts program. The program, housed at Columbia’s Interdisciplinary Center for Innovative Theory and Empirics, is a collaboration between the Columbia Center for Oral History and Institute for Social and Economic Research Policy. To date, forty-five students have graduated from the year-long program, and fourteen will enter in the fall. While many public history graduate programs incorporate the study of oral history, the OHMA remains the only graduate level program in the United States focusing exclusively on oral history.
Read the article here.