Oral history and digital humanities : voice, access, and engagement
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Oral history and digital humanities : voice, access, and engagement / edited by Douglas A. Boyd and Mary A. Larson.
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Table of Contents:
- Part I. Orality/aurality
- "Oral history in the age of digital possibilities" / by William Schneider
- "Why do we call it oral history? Refocusing on orality/aurality in the digital age" / by Sherna Berger Gluck
- "Adventures in sound: aural history, the digital revolution, and the making of I can almost see the lights of home: a field trip to Harlan County Kentucky" / by Charles Hardy III
- "'I just want to click on it to listen': oral history archives, orality and usability" / by Douglas A. Boyd
- Part II. Discovery and discourse
- "Beyond the transcript: oral history as pedagogy" / by Marjorie McLellan
- "Notes from the field: digital history and oral history" / by Gerald Zahavi
- "Densho: the Japanese American Legacy Project" / by Tom Ikeda
- "Deconstruction without destruction: creating metadata for oral history in a digital world" / by Elinor Mazé
- "'We all begin with a story': discovery and discourse in the digital realm" / by Mary A. Larson
- Part III. Oral history and digital humanities perspectives
- "Swimming in the exaflood: oral history as information in the digital age" / by Stephen Sloan
- "[O]ral [h]istory and the [d]igital [h]umanities" / by Dean Rehberger.