Living with Jim Crow: African American Women and Memories of the Segregated South by Anne Valk and Leslie Brown.
OHA is establishing a new Development Committee charged with designing entrepreneurial plans for OHA’s financial growth and actively fundraising for the Association, both externally and internally. The Committee will meet for the first time in Denver, on Thursday, October 13, 12-1:15pm in Ballroom A. If you are interested please contact the OHA President, Rina Benmayor, or come to the meeting.
Stetson Kennedy died at 9:25 a.m., August 27, 2011. He was 94. A friend to labor, folkore and to the oral history movement, Stetson will truly be missed. His memory lives on in the Stetson Kennedy Vox Populi Annual Award dedicated to promoting social justice work among oral historians. More…
Exciting Changes for the Oral History Review!
On January 1, 2012, the editorship of the Oral History Review will change hands, and—in a departure for the OHA—an editorial team is coming on board. Kathy Nasstrom, of the University of San Francisco, will become the editor and Troy Reeves, of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, will step into a new position of managing editor. Kathy will be responsible for the overall management and development of the journal, and Troy will handle its production. Kathy and Troy have identified their top priorities as: 1– strengthening the OHR as the journal of record for the field of oral history in the U.S.; 2– developing a more thoroughly international, interdisciplinary, and multimedia journal; 3– crafting a journal that meets the needs of the Association’s diverse constituencies. John Wolford will continue as book review editor; Jennifer Abraham Cramer as media review editor; and—in another departure—a new position is being created to develop the multimedia capacity of the OHR. Doug Boyd, Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History at the University of Kentucky Libraries, will assume this position. Stay tuned for more on all of these developments!