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PSN Video Chat: Oral History for Gender Justice


Friday, April 10, 2015 from 12:00 PM to 1:15 PM (EDT)

PSN Video Chat: Oral History for Gender Justice

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Oral History for Gender Justice

Date and Time: Friday, April 10, 12:00-1:15pm EST

Oral historians and other storytellers focusing on feminism and gender justice come together to talk about our work and ways in which we can learn from each other. In this talk, you can share your experiences on working with narratives to advance feminism and strategize with colleagues on best practices. Participants that do not have a project focusing on gender justice can learn ways to incorporate a feminist understanding into their work.
Co-facilitators Maggie Lemere and Cindy Choung are collaborating on Wild Women: Stories from Women on the Forefront of Wildlife Conservation, an oral history miniseries for young kids to be inspired by women in the wildlife sciences. 

Photo credit: Oscar Alvarado 2010 AP Peace Fellow, Toronto, Canada (June 2010),
Have questions about PSN Video Chat: Oral History for Gender Justice? Contact OHMA & COHAA
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Columbia University’s Oral History Master of Arts (OHMA) Program is the first program of its kind in the United States: a one-year interdisciplinary MA degree training students in oral history method and theory. Through the creation, archiving and analysis of individual, community and institutional histories, we amplify the critical first-person narratives that constitute memory for generations to come.

The Columbia Oral History Alumni Association (COHAA) was formed in the summer of 2014 to develop projects and programming for the graduates of Columbia University's Oral History Master of Arts program. The goals of the COHAA are to facilitate connection and collaboration; create lasting bonds of friendship and colleagueship; support the independent work of affiliates; encourage and promote career development; contribute to and enrich our practical and theoretical expertise; and advance both the populism and professionalization of the field of oral history.

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