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The Samuel Proctor Oral History Program’s Summer 2017 Newsletter

In this issue:

  • The SPOHP Women’s March on Washington Trip
  • The SPOHP Podcast’s Four New Series
  • The Spring 2017 Internship
  • Ottoman Greeks of the US Project
  • Film Director Jeffrey Pufahl’s Women’s March on Washington Fall Multimedia Project Course
  • 2017 Mississippi Freedom Summer Trip
  • Dr. Ryan Morini’s Awarded Grant Funding
  • Justin Dunnavant Awarded Two Postdoctoral Fellows
  • Summer 2017 Fundraising Campaign – Donate Today!

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The Samuel Proctor Oral History Program’s Summer 2015 Newsletter

In this issue:

  • SPOHP in Tucson: LDAP Delves into the Significance of Ethnic Studies
  • Change in Appalachia: A New Fieldwork Initiative with Lees-McRae
  • “Gator Tales” Play Brings Oral Histories to Life
  • 2 Public Outreach Grants Awarded to AAHP
  • Retired Faculty of UF Project
  • Field Notes: What’s New in Our World?
  • SPOHP Students and Scholars
  • Summer 2015 Fundraising Drive Kick Off – Donate Today!

The Samuel Proctor Oral History Program’s Spring 2015 Newsletter

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In this Issue:

  • Fieldwork in Folklore: Students Dig into Coastal History and Folklife on Inaugural Trip to Virginia
  • New Horizons for the Poarch Creek Collection!
  • Ethnic Studies in Tucson, Arizona: A Fieldwork Initiative
  • “Gator Tales” New UF Play Dramatizes Oral Histories
  • The Museum of Florida History Presents
  • Fall 2014 Internship Class Podcasts
  • Oral History Association Annual Meeting 2015 in Tampa: Call for Papers

 


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The Samuel Proctor Oral History Program’s Fall 2014 Newsletter

In this Issue:

  • Podcasts, Award, 4/1 Program, Graduation Announcements
  • Celebrating 20 Years of the Institute of Hispanic-Latino Cultures with “Nuestras Historias”
  • The Florida Civil Rights Struggle: Past & Present
  • Commemorating 50 Years Since Freedom Summer
  • Oral history workshop recaps with Eastside High School (Gainesville, FL) and Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church (Melbourne, FL)
  • Visting Scholar Announcement for Fall 2014: Dr. Perla Guerrero
  • Share A Story Campaign

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The Samuel Proctor Oral History Program’s Spring 2014 Newsletter

In this Issue:

  • Podcasts, Award, 4/1 Program, Graduation Announcements
  • Celebrating 20 Years of the Institute of Hispanic-Latino Cultures with “Nuestras Historias”
  • The Florida Civil Rights Struggle: Past & Present
  • Commemorating 50 Years Since Freedom Summer
  • Oral history workshop recaps with Eastside High School (Gainesville, FL) and Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church (Melbourne, FL)
  • Visting Scholar Announcement for Fall 2014: Dr. Perla Guerrero
  • Share A Story Campaign

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The Samuel Proctor Oral History Program’s Fall 2013 Newsletter

In this Issue:

  • 2013 Oral History Association Conference Highlights
  • Honoring Veterans Day
  • Mississippi Freedom Project Updates
  • Stetson Kennedy Event Coverage
  • “Siempre Adelante” Premiere
  • Upcoming “Trouble the Waters” Tia Lessin Event
  • Looking Ahead: March 12. St. Augustine Civil Rights Event

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The Samuel Proctor Oral History Program’s Summer 2013 Newsletter

In this Issue:

  • Farmworker Awareness week
  • “Legacies” in Mississippi
  • New Student-Driven Research Projects
  • SPOHP Public Programs in Review
  • In Memoriam: Robert Zieger
  • SPOHP News and Upcoming Events.

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The Samuel Proctor Oral History Program’s Fall 2011 Newsletter

In this Issue:

  • Mississippi Freedom Project Update
  • Peter Wood to Speak at the Harn
  • Remembering Stetson Kennedy
  • Quilting Whiz to Visit Gainesville
  • An Excerpt from Gator Tales

 


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The Samuel Proctor Oral History Program’s Summer 2011 Newsletter

In this Issue:

  • Our 4th Year in the Mississippi Delta
  • 2010-2011 Events in Review
  • Veteran’s History Project
  • New Podcasts

 

 

 

 

 

 

For additional information, contact SPOHP, call the offices at (352) 392-7168, and connect with us online today. For newsletter-related inquiries, contact Sarah Blanc at s.v.blanc@gmail.com