Monday, September 04, 2006

Interested in oral history? Attend September 13 workshop in Phoenix.

[Source: James LaBar, Salt River Project] -- Interested in oral history? Come find out more at the Oral History for Historical Societies & Museums Workshop. Whether you are starting in oral history or brushing-up your skills, this how-to workshop covers all the basics. You will learn about oral history project planning, research, equipment, interviewing techniques, and legal and ethical considerations. Special consideration will be given to using oral history to augment historical society and museum programs.
  • Date: Wednesday, September 13, 2006 (part of the AASLH Annual Meeting)
  • Time: 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
  • Place: Phoenix Museum of History, Heritage and Science Park, 105 North 5th St., Phoenix
  • Phone: 602-253-2734
  • Cost: $35 including lunch
Workshop leaders: Bradley B. Williams, Director, Ninth Judicial Circuit Historical Society, Pasadena, CA; and Mary Ann Larson, Assistant Director, University of Nevada Oral History Program, Reno, NV

Preregistration is required and enrollment is limited. Click here to download a form and fax to 615-327-9013. Conference registration and membership in AASLH is not required.