Join SPOHP’ers sharing oral histories from veterans of the civil rights movement in the Mississippi Delta, December 4 at the CMC at 6:00 p.m.
A new media portal recognizes the men and women who have served in the U.S. military. Pictured: Soldiers of the 369th Infantry Regiment, awarded the Croix de Guerre, 1919.
SPOHP’s new documentary is now available on YouTube. Click to watch the full-length film, produced from original oral histories with four immigrants from Mexico, El Salvador, and Guatemala.
Dr. Lawrence Goodwyn, distinguished professor of history at Duke University, taught at Duke from 1971 until his retirement in 2003. He recently passed away in Durham, North Carolina, on September… Read More
The UF Department of History recently voted unanimously to approve the new BA/MA (4-1) Program in oral history! The track will open to history students in Spring 2014.
Erin Conlin, a PhD candidate in twentieth century U.S. History at the University of Florida, is a SPOHP Graduate Coordinator. She began working at SPOHP in Fall 2012 and is… Read More
Calvin McGhee Cultural Authority of Poarch Creek Indians Utilizes Oral Histories from Partnership with SPOHP
Gainesville, FL—The Poarch Creek Project at the Samuel Project Oral History Program at the University of Florida, which focused on the digitization of oral histories conducted with the Poarch Creek… Read More