Historias: Conducting Oral Histories with Latina/o/x Communities

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Historias: Conducting Oral Histories with Latina/o/x Communities

November 12, 4:00 - 8:00 p.m. and November 13, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Venga y aprenda en este taller ¡es gratis!
Location: Martin de Porres Center
Organizadores: Dr. Juan Coronado, Central Connecticut State University and Dr. Elena Foulis, The Ohio State University

This workshop will train participants on planning and conducting oral history projects. Participants will get an opportunity to have hands-on experience, and we will discuss topics on ethics, understanding the complexity of Latina/o/x communities,interviewing techniques in English and Spanish, transcribing, and archiving. We will also focus on the importance of public humanities and digital oral history. Participants will have opportunities to work on a project that incorporates all stages of oral history. This workshop will also incorporate training on devise performances, participants will collaborate and connect oral histories, storytelling, and performance to produce an artistic representation of current or future projects.

This workshop is sponsored by the Center For Latin American Studies and is in with partnership with Martin De Porres Center.

Mándenos un email si le gustaría participar contacte a Elena Foulis: Foulis.5@osu.edu.