The Oral History Association‘s 47th Annual Meeting will take place this year at the historic Skirvin Hilton in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The meeting is scheduled for October 9-13, 2013, focusing on the theme of “Hidden Stories, Contested Truths: The Craft of Oral History.” Each year, the Annual Meeting offers opportunities to learn, discuss, and review almost every aspect of oral history practice.
The Samuel Proctor Oral History Program will be presenting two panels at the OHA conference, “Education and Social Change in Oral History” on Friday, October 11 in Centennial Ballroom 1 and “Lessons from the Delta: Oral History, Heritage, and Civil Rights” on Sunday, October 13.
The Samuel Proctor Oral History Program will also be accepting the “Vox Populi” award from the Oral History Association at the conference’s award banquet on Saturday, October 12, where SPOHP’s partner organization, McComb Legacies, will also be honored with the Martha Ross Teaching Award. The Oral History Association recognizes outstanding work with oral history through seven special awards each year.
5.6 Centennial Ballroom 3, 8:30-10:00 A.M.
Education and Social Change in Oral History
Chair and Moderator, Paul Ortiz, University of Florida
The Transformational Power of an Ethnic Studies Education: Fighting for Love in Tucson, Arizona
Génesis Lara, University of Florida
Erasing History, Eroding Education: Expunging Black and Brown Heritage from Schools in Arizona and Florida
Ryan Morini, University of Florida
“The Struggle Continues”: Patricia Stephens Due, the Tallahassee Civil Right Movement, and the Early Operations of Florida CORE
Marna Weston, University of Florida
13.4 Centennial Ballroom 1, 9:30-11:00 A.M.
Lessons from the Delta: Oral History, Heritage, and Civil Rights
Chair\Moderator: Justin Dunnavant, University of Florida
(In)tangible Heritage and the Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi
Jessica Taylor, University of Florida
Veterans of SNCC: The Painful Memories of the War for Equality
Justin Dunnavant, University of Florida
Experiencing Oral History: Student Reflections from the Delta
Joanna Joseph, University of Florida
Commentator: Paul Ortiz, University of Florida