Oral history in women studies

concept, method, and use.
  • 340 Pages
  • 2.92 MB
  • English

Research Centre for Women"s Studies, SNDT Women"s University , Bombay
Women"s studies -- I



SeriesContribution to women studies series ;, 4, Contribution to women"s studies ;, 4.
ContributionsShreemati Nathibai Damodar Thackersey Women"s University. Research Centre for Women"s Studies., Streevani Research Project (Ishvani Kendra)
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 91/60010 (H)
The Physical Object
Pagination340 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2010996M
LC Control Number90909885

Women's Words is the first collection of writings devoted exclusively to exploring the theoretical, methodological, and practical problems that arise when women utilize oral history as a tool of feminist scholarship.

In thirteen multi-disciplin ary esays, the book takes stock of the implicit presuppositions, contradictions, and prospects of oral history at the hands of feminist scholars.

Book Description. Beyond Women’s Words unites feminist scholars, artists, and community activists working with the stories of women and other historically marginalized subjects to address the contributions and challenges of doing feminist oral history. Feminists who work with oral history methods want to tell stories that matter.

Using methods of oral history and performance ethnography, E.

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Patrick Johnson's work vividly enriches the historical record of racialized sexual minorities in the South and brings to light the realities of the region's thriving black lesbian by: 1. Nobel Prize winner Svetlana Alexievich shares stories of women's experiences in WWII "on the front lines, on the home front, and in occupied territories" in this oral history.

A powerful collection of untold true stories of sacrifice, patriotism, and danger. African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical Studies Education History Jewish Studies Literature and Cultural Studies Oral History in the Twenty-First Century In: Women and Islamic Cultures.

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The Voices of Feminism Oral History Project documents the persistence and diversity of organizing for women in the United States in the latter half of the 20th century. Skip Navigation. Library services have been impacted by COVID Contactless pickup service is now available.

The Women's Verbal History project started as an exhibition I created for Women in the First World War, but as time went on it became apparent that there isn't much written about the history of normal women and what they did or do on a daily basis. Oral History In Teaching Women's Studies Jean M.

Humez (Parts I and II) Laurie Crumpacker (Part III) I. Women's Studies, Women's History, and Oral History1 Women's Studies is an exciting, fast-developing area of scholarship and teaching, which asks new questions and looks for answers to these questions in new places.

It is broadly eclectic, putting. Professor Margery Och of the Department of Art and Art History is a founding member of the Womens and Gender Studies program. In her interview, Dr.

Och disscusses the history of women’s studies, the formation of the program, and how different content areas are incorporated. Leila J. Rupp was an associate professor of history and Verta A.

Taylor was an associate professor of sociology at Ohio State University. They conducted these interviews for their book Survival in the Doldrums: The American Women's Rights Movement, to the s (), a study of feminism in the s, focusing on the National Woman's Party and its efforts to pass the Equal.

"Women's Oral History Resource Section," FRONTIERS: A Journal of Women Studies 2.

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(Summer ), Grele, Ronald J. Envelopes of Sound: the Art of Oral History. The book also compares the position of Irish women with their contemporaries in other western countries. While there has been a lot of research on the topic of women and war in other countries, no comparable work has yet been carried out here.

Table of Contents. Introduction. Women’s role – in Ireland and the West. States at war. The Palgrave Studies in Oral History book series by multiple authors includes books Speaking History: Oral Histories of the American Past, Present, No Room of Her Own: Women's Stories of Homelessness, Life, Death, and Resistance, The Order Has Been Carried Out: History, Memory, and Meaning of a Nazi Massacre in Rome, and several more.

oral history book series admin t+ THE VOICE OF WITNESS ORAL HISTORY BOOK SERIES The Voice of Witness book series takes a humanizing, literary approach to oral history to illuminate the stories of people impacted by injustice in the U.S.

and globally. Women's Oral History: The "Frontiers" Reader is an essential guide to the practice of gathering and interpreting women's oral accounts of their lives.

During the s, whenøwomen's history was just developing, the lack of historical information about women's lives was glaring.

Oral history quickly emerged as a vital and necessary. Free Online Library: Oral history and "girls' voices": the young women's studies club as a site of empowerment. by "Journal of International Women's Studies"; Women's issues/gender studies Sociology and social work At risk youth Career development Child behavior Children Behavior Mentoring Mentors Multiculturalism Pediatrics Teachers Teenage girls.

Oral history is the collection and study of historical information about individuals, families, important events, or everyday life using audiotapes, videotapes, or transcriptions of planned interviews are conducted with people who participated in or observed past events and whose memories and perceptions of these are to be preserved as an aural record for future generations.

'Hellegers presents 15 oral histories of homeless women whom she interviewed several times during the s and s in Seattle, Washington.

The 15 women are stunningly articulate, and Hellegers steps out of their way to let their voices come through. Get this from a library. Women's oral history: the Frontiers reader.

[Susan H Armitage; Patricia Hart; Karen Weathermon;] -- "Women's Oral History: The "Frontiers" Reader is an essential guide to the practice of gathering and interpreting women's oral accounts of their lives.

During the s, when women's history was just. Women's Oral History includes nineteen essays from the journal Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies, each addressing the particularity of women's lives and experience.

The collection provides both "how to" interview guides and examples; describes the many uses of women's oral history; relates some discoveries and insights gained from oral.

Black Queer Southern Women: A New Book in Oral History By J. Roane Janu Comments Off on Black Queer Southern Women: A New Book in Oral History This post is part of our blog series that announces the publication of selected new books in African American History and African Diaspora Studies.

Providing new information on women's participation in the Moroccan independence movement, Voices of Resistance offers a rare opportunity to hear Moroccan women speak freely about their personal lives. Each woman is introduced in terms of her family background and personal style, and the interviews are given texture and context by references to Moroccan history and popular culture, including.

In The Combat Zone book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. An Oral History of American Women in Vietnam, ” as Want to Read: Shelves: military-history, women-s-studies, us-history, culture-studies.

Many people forget that American women served in Vietnam. The preponderance were nurses but there /5(4). There are two ways to browse our library collection: by topic or by publication type (books, journals, magazines, newspapers).

Oral History Online This release of Oral History Online provides in-depth indexing to more than 2, collections of Oral History in English from around the world.

The collection also provides keyword searching of more thanpages of full-text by close to 10, individuals from all walks of life. For scholars, students, and teachers in southern, African American, gender and sexuality, and oral and folklore studies, Johnson’s oral history will be indispensable for future interventions.”--Journal of Southern History “A timely text with over seventy women sharing their insights, heartbreaks, and joy.

UMW Women’s Studies Department Oral History Project. Interview conducted by. Corrie Shellnutt and Nicole Kappatos in I ended up writing a book on the history of Mount Vernon College which was a real focus on the development of the female seminary in the late part of the nineteenth century and then the evolution of the female seminary.

When an oral history essay places the experiences of an individual within the context of a historical period, it can help illuminate both the individual’s experience and the historical period.

Folklore: Folklorists study culture as it is expressed in everyday life and often use oral history projects to gather materials to preserve and study. This book consists of essays on methodological issues by Africana (African and African American) women scholars who have successfully employed oral narrative methods in their research.

this is not a book to speed through -- this is a book to take one page at a time, to honor and recognize the stories and the Black women and nonbinary queer people who tell them. educational and moving, and structured in an engaging way -- I'd like to read more of the author's oral history collections/5(1).Drawn from the life narratives of more than seventy African American queer women who were born, raised, and continue to reside in the American South, this book powerfully reveals the way these women experience and express racial, sexual, gender, and class identities--all linked by a place where such identities have generally placed them on the margins of society.The Women at the Center project also includes interviews with several key administrators and staff who were essential to the foundation of Women's Studies, such as Mae Riedy Carter, chair in the early s of both the Commission on the Status of Women as well as the Women's Studies Committee, which helped establish the earliest Women's Studies.