Let Us All Our Voices Raise is an ongoing workshop sequence designed to broaden the range of voices engaged in oral history practice and to support the collection of oral histories from diverse groups of narrators underrepresented in our field and in our archives.
The workshop will address issues of ethical collaboration with narrators who may
employ nontraditional communication styles. Days will be divided between exercises, short talks,
hands-on tutorials, listening sessions, project design, and interview
practice. Participants will have an opportunity to collaborate with
This workshop is appropriate for: caregivers, novice or experienced
oral historians who want to broaden their training, social advocates,
health advocates, documentary filmmakers, radio documentarians, social
workers, family historians, teachers, students, those working at various
social agencies, and disability scholars or students, among others.
For more information, see http://www.oralhistorysummerschool.com/#109455739509.