OH-P Forum

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Press Release
U.S. HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL MUSEUM SURVIVOR'S REGISTRY SEARCHING FOR HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS WORLDWIDE
Press Release
DAS UNITED STATES HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL MUSEUM SUCHT WELTWEIT NACH ÜBERLEBENDEN DES HOLOCAUST
Gerda Lederer, New School University, New York City
History, eye witness accounts, and memory: Fact or fiction?
Who owns the right to report on the Holocaust?
Alexandra Pohlmeier
Politische Verfolgung in der DDR - Ein Zeitzeugen-Projekt im Auftrag der „Stiftung zur Aufarbeitung der SED-Diktatur“

Oral History, Storytelling and Reconciliation After Conflict
Dan Bar-On & Fatma Kassem
Department of Behavioral Sciences, Ben Gurion University for the Negev, Israel
Storytelling as a Way to Work Through Intractable Conflicts:
The German-Jewish Experience and Its Relevance to the Palestinian-Israeli Context

Storytelling
Laura Simms
Being in the Story: Achieving the Impossible

Oral History - Teaching

Linda Kantor Swerdlow
Oral History Project: Bringing Students Together (pdf)
Middle Ground - The Magazine of Middle Education, Vol. 9, No. 2

Oral Histories, Writings and Memoirs

Christine Roth Schurtman
From Munich to New York City: I Live My Life in Widening Circles....
Michael Riordon
An Unauthorized Biography of the World:
Oral History on the Front Lines
Nema Obih   (E.Obih-Frank)
My Father's Village – Excerpts from a Memoir in Progress


Oral History and the History of Holocaust

Ruth Wolman
Crossing Over: An Oral History of Refugees from Hitler’s Reich
Michael John
Auschwitz - Mauthausen - Bindermichl - New York

Stationen eines Lebensweges
The Mauthausen Survivors Documentation Project  -
An overview


The Art of Listening

Story-Corps
Reviewed by Elisabeth Pozzi-Thanner in The Oral History Review,
Volume 32, No. 2
Ursula Auclair
Bring the Past into Your Present:
Autobiography and Support Groups for Seniors in New York City
Michael Riordon
The Art of Careful Listening

Exploring Oral History

Albert Lichtblau
To engage - and to disengage:
Keeping Distance in Oral History Interviews
Martha Norkunas
Hospice Work and Oral History
Albert Lichtblau, University of Salzburg, Austria
What makes Oral History different if we can see what we hear?

Oral History in Response to Catastrophe

September 11 Narrative and Memory Project:
Oral History Research Office, Columbia University, New York
"Chronicling History, And Finding a Role in It; Interviewers Shaping an Oral Account Are Entangled in the Stories of Sept. 11"
The New York Times, Kirk Johnson, published: February 14, 2003

From my Book Shelves: Further Reading

Dan Bar-On
Erzaehl Dein Leben
Meine Wege zur Dialogarbeit und politischen Verstaendigung

Michael Riordon
An Unauthorized Biography of the World:
Oral History on the Front Lines - A Summary

Benedetta Calandra
La Memoria Ostinata: H.I.J.O.S i figli dei desaparecidos argentini
   
   
   
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