We4: Leisure Quotes, 2022 University of Southern Maine
We4: Leisure Quotes, Lance Gibbs Phd
We Exist Series 4: Quotes
Welcome to the fourth exhibit in the series of “We Exist”. In this section we have selected quotes that represent and explain how Maine’s Black residents’ create the processes behind their engagement in particular leisure activities. The quotes also highlight the particular types of leisure activities that Maine’s Black residents suggest that they are involved in. The quotes are taken from transcripts of the oral history project "'Home Is Where I Make It': African American Community and Activism in Greater Portland, Maine”. The interview subjects are all native to Maine or are longtime residents of Maine. The original ...
The Famine Foods Co-Op / Bluff Country Co-Op Oral History Project, 2022 Ball State University
The Famine Foods Co-Op / Bluff Country Co-Op Oral History Project, Michael William Doyle
Famine Foods Co-op / Bluff Country Co-op Oral History Project
The Famine Foods Co-op / Bluff Country Co-op Oral History Project collects the oral narratives of people associated with the member owned, cooperatively run natural foods grocery store in Winona, Minnesota. The Project was launched in 2022 by Michael William Doyle, a founding member of the Co-op and a retired History professor, in commemoration of the Co-op’s 50th anniversary year. It is endorsed by the Co-op’s board of directors and sponsored by Winona State University and the Winona County Historical Society.
This enterprise began as a buying club in spring 1972, inspired by the example of North Country ...
Critique Beyond Judgment: Exploring Testimony And Truth In The Classroom, 2022 Indiana University
Critique Beyond Judgment: Exploring Testimony And Truth In The Classroom, Sean Sidky
Genocide Studies and Prevention: An International Journal
This essay offers a set of strategies for utilizing the words of survivors and of witnesses to genocide in the classroom. Including the voices of survivors and victims in our classroom conversations about genocide, its impact, representation, and the possibilities for its prevention is crucial to an ethical and wholistic pedagogy of genocide. Discussion of these events in the classroom often finds us confronting questions from students about truth, historical accuracy, authenticity, and authority. Addressing such questions requires careful framing that takes into account student assumptions and cultural discourses about memory and witnessing, as we work with students to develop ...
Gatumba Massacre, Background Essay, 2022 Clark University
Gatumba Massacre, Background Essay, Christopher Davey, Ezra Schrader, Fidele Sebahizi, Jean Paul Iranzi
On August 13th 2004, 166 people were killed and 106 were wounded at the UN’s Gatumba refugee camp in Burundi. Nearly all the victims were members of the Banyamulenge community, a Congolese Tutsi ethnic group who were deliberately targeted in the attack. The massacre was carried out by the Forces Nationales pour la Liberation (FNL), a Hutu supremacist rebel group fighting in Burundi’s civil war. Understanding the Gatumba Massacre requires understanding what forced those Banyamulenge refugees to flee their homes in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), and why the FNL targeted them. This background essay addresses ...
Rethinking Ethical Questions In Life-History Interview Research, 2022 Wayne State University
Rethinking Ethical Questions In Life-History Interview Research, Anne Rothe
The Qualitative Report
Having interviewed Germans who emigrated to Israel and, in most cases, converted to Judaism, I experienced a paralyzing sense of ethical conflict when I began analyzing the first order discourse my participants and I had co-constructed to transform it into the second-order discourse of research publications. So, I set out to rethink the ethics of life-history interview research. My quest into our ethical responsibilities began with rule-based deontological and consequentialist ethics and the guidelines in the social sciences they inform. It led me to reconsider such core notions as informed consent, privacy, and risk-benefit analysis. I came to realize that ...
Author Interview With Novelist Esther Laforce, 2022 Old Dominion University
Author Interview With Novelist Esther Laforce, Esther Laforce
Green Humanities: A Journal of Ecological Thought in Literature, Philosophy & the Arts
Author Interview with novelist Esther Laforce, author of: In the Early Days of the Anthropocene (Aux premiers temps de l’Anthropocène). Ottawa, CA: Leméac Editeur, 2018
“Filipinos In California, Community, And Identity”: A Personal Inquiry, 2022 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
“Filipinos In California, Community, And Identity”: A Personal Inquiry, Sam T. Mcclintock
The Forum: Journal of History
No abstract provided.
Full Issue, 2022 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
The Forum: Journal of History
No abstract provided.
"Texas, "Our" Texas: My Family's Deep Roots In The Lone Star State", 2022 Texas Southern University
"Texas, "Our" Texas: My Family's Deep Roots In The Lone Star State", Karen Kossie-Chernyshev
Department of History, Geography and General Studies
In this essay, Karen Kossie-Chernyshev traces her family's connections to Texas history, from Mexican Texas history to the present.
(Re)Constructing Homescapes: “Archaeological Remote Sensing” And Ground-Truthing Of The Walker Place Homestead At Spirit Hill Farm, Tate County, Mississippi, Gabriel Griffin
Theses and Dissertations
This thesis focuses on an early nineteenth-century homestead known as the Walker Place homestead at Spirit Hill Farm in northern Mississippi. The goal of this thesis is to conduct a ground-penetrating radar (GPR) and shovel test survey to explore how changing landscapes simultaneously (re)create and destroy senses of place or Homescapes. Homescapes have received little attention in the field of archaeology and have not been applied to Euro-American Homescapes. I apply this theoretical construct in a novel way as a venture to further develop an avenue in archaeology to be collaborative and understand the past in a way that ...
Validation In Vietnam: Motivations And Experiences Of Vietnam Veterans Who Returned To Vietnam As Tourists, 2022 University of Southern Mississippi
Validation In Vietnam: Motivations And Experiences Of Vietnam Veterans Who Returned To Vietnam As Tourists, Brian Washam Ii
The current historiography on the memory of the Vietnam War has primarily looked at how the collective memory of the war has been constructed through various factors. Scholars such as Jerry Lembcke, Patrick Hagopian, and Marita Sturken tend to examine monuments, film, and oral histories to establish a basis for how the memory of the Vietnam War was constructed and how these legacies from the war shaped the U.S. as a society going forward. Recently, scholars have begun looking more at the return trips of veterans to Vietnam as a source for understanding how veterans remembered their service.
Guide To The Columbia College Chicago Oral History Model, Summer 2022, 2022 Columbia College Chicago
Guide To The Columbia College Chicago Oral History Model, Summer 2022, Erin Mccarthy Phd
Columbia College Chicago Oral History Model
No abstract provided.
The Columbia College Chicago Oral History Model In Action: A Case Study, 2022 Columbia College Chicago
The Columbia College Chicago Oral History Model In Action: A Case Study, Erin Mccarthy Phd, Heidi Marshall Ma, Ms
What We Owe: Columbia College Chicago Oral History Model in Action
No abstract provided.
The City With A Bathtub Ring: A Century Of Shared Industrial Identity In Belfast, Maine, 2022 University of Maine
The City With A Bathtub Ring: A Century Of Shared Industrial Identity In Belfast, Maine, Michael Munson
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
Belfast, Maine, is a small, visitor-friendly city of approximately 6,700 residents located on that state’s picturesque mid-coast. Founded by Ulster Scots descendants in 1770, Belfast’s rich history has allowed its sense of place to evolve as the community’s identity changed from a frontier settlement to a commercial seaport, then an industrial city, and currently a host city for several prominent customer call centers. While now charming, increasingly gentrified and popular with tourists, the city earlier prospered for more than a century as a blue-collar industrial community, which eschewed tourism well into the 1980s. This paper addresses ...
Plants And People: Foraging To Farming Foodway Transition From Late Archaic To Early Woodland In Western North Carolina, U.S.A., 2022 University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Plants And People: Foraging To Farming Foodway Transition From Late Archaic To Early Woodland In Western North Carolina, U.S.A., Catherine Linn Herring
During the Late Archaic to Early Woodland Transition, 3,200 years B.P. [Before Present], some gathering communities in the Eastern Woodlands began to increase their cultivation of plants. While archaeologists have located several sites in the Upper Tennessee River Valley and near the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Tennessee that explicitly show an increase in plant cultivation, less research has focused on the North Carolina Appalachian Summit Region. This paper uses paleoethnobotanical data and spatial analysis of site locations to explore cultivation and settlement patterns in Jackson and Swain Counties, North Carolina. Data include site locations obtained from ...
Wak'as, Mallkis, And The Inca Afterlife: The Hydrological Connection Between The Incan Empirical And Nonempirical Worlds, 2022 Minnesota State University, Mankato
Wak'as, Mallkis, And The Inca Afterlife: The Hydrological Connection Between The Incan Empirical And Nonempirical Worlds, Marius C. Vold
Journal of Undergraduate Research at Minnesota State University, Mankato
The ruling elite amongst the indigenous groups of the Andes region, often referred to as the Incas, were, before European contact, a non-literal society. Therefore, our understanding of their religious beliefs pertaining to the relationship between life and death, and the intricate relationship between this belief system and the environment surrounding the Inca is heavily influenced by post-European contact, often clouded by European propaganda and a lack of cultural relativism. This project aims at exploring the relationship between the hydrological cycle and the Incan empirical and nonempirical worlds by comparing and synthesizing post-European contact written records, ethnohistorical records, archeological evidence ...
Interview With Sasha Chanoff Of Refuge Point, 2022 Clark University
Interview With Sasha Chanoff Of Refuge Point, Sasha Chanoff, Chris Davey
Transcript of interview and audio recording conducted with Sasha Chanoff. Per the "Methodology" section, the transcript has been lightly edited for clarity.
This interview was recorded over Zoom and manually transcribed.
Afn 122 Course Design Worksheet And Content: An Anti - Racist And Culturally Inclusive Pedagogy, 2022 CUNY Borough of Manhattan Community College
Afn 122 Course Design Worksheet And Content: An Anti - Racist And Culturally Inclusive Pedagogy, Oluremi "Remi" Alapo
Open Educational Resources
Studying (and teaching) such a vast and diverse continent can be challenging. Because no introductory course can claim to be fully comprehensive, this one will explore several themes in the history of Africa and its peoples that the professor finds important and noteworthy. The readings, lectures, films, and activities will consider broad regions of the continent, and the goals of this course include both knowledge and enjoyment. You should come away from this class with a new appreciation for Africa and a general idea of its history from 1500 to the present.
The Malleability Of Home: A Genealogy Of Clark University's English House, 2022 Clark University
The Malleability Of Home: A Genealogy Of Clark University's English House, Christina Rose Walcott, Justin Shaw
This essay details the history of the land and structures that occupy the property currently located at the corner of Hawthorne and Woodland Streets in Worcester, Mass. Covering over 300 years, it begins with the legacies of the Nipmuc and the early English colonialist settlers before moving into a discussion of Worcester's 19th Century industrialists and 20th Century acquisition by the University. The essay builds on extensive archival research using materials from both physical and digital collections such as atlases, censuses, biographies, directories, criticism, and more. To further develop the story of the English Department and its home, the ...
Cora Ann Westmoreland, 2022 Marshall University
Cora Ann Westmoreland, Kelli Johnson
Oral Histories – NPS AACR Civil Rights In Appalachia Grant
Kelli Johnson conducting an oral history interview with Cora Westmoreland.
This oral history is part of the National Park Service African Americans Civil Rights History and Appalachia Grant Program.