Collections Vol 13, Issue 2

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Juilee Decker, Collections
Rowman & Littlefield, Jul 6, 2017 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 132 pages
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(Spring 2017) This issue of the journal is themed with a focus on Storytelling: Oral Histories, Archives, and Museums. Articles address methods, case studies, and theoretical approaches taken by museum and archives professionals including librarians, archivists, curators, technologists, researchers, scholars, and students. Authors include: Colleen Bradley-Sanders; Ren Harman, Tarryn Abrahams, Andrew Kulak, David Cline, Adrienne Serra, Ellen Boggs, Shannon Larkin, Jessie Rogers, Ashley Stant, Quinn Warnick, and Katrina Powell; Keith Huxen; David Kunian; Uta Larkey; Janet Butler Munch; Benjamin Ridgeway and Olivia Guntarik; Marco Robinson, Farrah Gafford Cambrice, and Phyllis Earles; Natalie Underberg-Goode; and Ruth Wainman.
 

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Contents

Editorial Board
70
A Note from the Editor
71
Introduction from the Guest Editors
73
Using Oral Histories at the National WWII Museum
75
Recalling the Faces and Voices
91
Digital Storytelling for Heritage across Media
103
Digitization Preservation and Use
115
Interdisciplinary Approaches to Creating BornDigital Oral History Archives
123
Oral History Interviews with Holocaust Survivors and Storytelling
133
Using Oral History as a Pedagogical Tool
143
Using the British Librarys An Oral History of British Science Archive
159
Oral History Public Memory and Black Communities in the American South
171
Cocreative Digitization and First Nations Peoples Remembering
185

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