"Listening to the Past and Keeping it Alive" 2007 Southwest Oral History Annual Conference

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California State University, Fullerton
800 N. State College Blvd RGC8

Fullerton, California, 92831
United States

Southwest Oral History Association
"Listening to the Past and Keeping It Alive"
2007 Southwest Oral History Annual Conference

California State University, Fullerton
800 N. State College Blvd RGC8
Fullerton, CA 92831
April 20-22, 2007

Keynote Address-Sarah Rouse
Senior Program Officer of the Veterans Oral History Project, U.S. Library of Congress

Some of the presenters are:

Cynthia Kadohata, Children's Book Author, most recent book "Weedflower"

Shari Tameshiro, Cybrarian from Kapiolani College will be presenting "Hawaii Nisei Veterans Project"

Cherstin Lyon Ph.D (CSUSB)will be presenting: "The Art of Remembering: Yoriko Lily Nakai Havey"

Allison Frickert, Graduate student(CSUF)will be presenting: "The Corporate Village: Economic Competition and Village Identity in Rural China"

This is a great opportunity to attend workshops from leading oral history professionals and network with other oral historians. For more information log on to www.southwestoralhistory.org/addl_pages/conferences.html.

 

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