Thursday, April 27, 2006
9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. (with a break for lunch)
Coordinating Committee for History in
Southwest Oral History Association (SOHA)
Oral history is a valuable tool for documenting the past whether you want to complement existing documents and artifactual collections, create a new collection, or trace the history of a family member, church, school, business, neighborhood or community.
The workshop is designed for individuals (professional and non-professional) who have little or no experience in oral history interviewing. Through hands on and interactive exercises, the workshop covers basic information and issues:
Registration fee: $35.00 (lunch not included)
WORKSHOP LEADERS: Collectively, the workshop leaders offer more than 25 years of experience in Oral History interviewing. They have a broad array of expertise, having conducted interviews from homes to offices, from schools to board rooms. Their passion for the value of Oral History will be reflected in this daylong workshop.
Melanie Sturgeon is the Director of the History and Archives Division (State Archives) at ASLAPR. An archivist and community historian, she received her Ph.D. in history from
Catherine May is a Sr. Historical Analyst and the Archivist at SRP (power and water utility in
For more information, contact Catherine L. May, CCHA Program Chair (602) 236-6750 firstname.lastname@example.org or Melanie Sturgeon, SOHA Program Chair (602) 542-4159 email@example.com.
FUN, HANDS ON, INTERRACTIVE you will not be bored!!!