Oxford University Press: Top 5 reasons why young professionals love the OHA meeting

Graduate coordinator Jessica Taylor wrote for the OUP blog about SPOHP’ers visiting and presenting at the recent Oral History Association conference in Madison, WI. Click to read more!

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Happy Holidays From All of Us at the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program!

Thanks to SPOHP students, staff, faculty, and community members for your support in 2014. Best wishes for a happy holiday and joyous new year!

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Fall 2014 Interns Develop WWII Collection Topics Guide for Veterans History Project

Spotlights with video, sketches, audio, photos, and transcript selections were compiled by student interns in the Fall 2014 academic internship class, illuminating broad themes through specific interviews and experiences.


Congratulations to the Fall 2014 Latina/o Diaspora in the Americas Class!

Students in the seminar class presented “Familias Unidas: Amor y Comunidad,” their community development plan for the immigrant community of Gainesville, on December 11 at the Institute for Hispanic-Latino Cultures. The… Read More

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“Remembering My Country” with Fall 2014 Students of SPN 3948 Service Learning

Dr. Kathy Navajas’s SPN 3948 class, with Deborah Hendrix, created this documentary focusing on immigration, a bridge that connects people and places.


College of Journalism and Communications Students Share Oral Histories with Visual Storytelling Web Applications

It only took an hour for College of Journalism and Communications undergrads taking part in an exercise during their Visual Journalism class to make history by setting a campus precedent:… Read More

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“The Soldier Artist: Representations of a Soldier’s Role in the European Front” by Annemarie Nichols

As part of the Fall 2014 internship’s online WWII topic guide, Nichols reflected on the personal records and sketches of Frank Blair Reeves (UF-340), with ten original drawings.