A Shared Authority: Essays on the Craft and Meaning of Oral and Public History (SUNY series in Oral and Public History) download epub
by Michael Frisch
The Wages of History: Emotional Labor on Public History's Front Lines . Series: SUNY series in Oral and Public History. Paperback: 273 pages. Publisher: SUNY Press (May 8, 1990).
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He calls this supply side history, creating new texts without truly exploring them. This book is essentially a warning to be careful about doing that
He calls this supply side history, creating new texts without truly exploring them. This book is essentially a warning to be careful about doing that.
A collection of 13 previously published essays by Frisch (American studies, SUNY). 29. Interpretive Authority in Oral History. Among them are general reflections on oral history, collective memory, and American culture and history; detailed studies of specific issues in documentary work; and considerations of public history and programming. Examples used include the unemployed, Chinese students, and the television history of the Vietnam War. No index. 55. Oral History and the Presentation of Class Consciousness The New York Times v The Buffalo Unemployed.
Frisch's essays penetrate the historical consciousness of the nation and expose its distortions. He is not afraid to 'depart from the usual academic form. This is an entertaining, illuminating, and provocative body of work.
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Shtoje te "Lista e dëshirave". Rreth autorit Death of Luigi Trastulli and Other Stories, The: Form and Meaning in Oral History. Michael Frisch is Professor and Chair of the Department of American Studies at State University of New York at Buffalo. Death of Luigi Trastulli and Other Stories, The: Form and Meaning in Oral History. Portelli offers a new and challenging approach to oral history, with an interdisciplinary and multicultural perspective.
Moureu’s one-upmanship can indeed be gauged from the fact that he wrote a whole book on his role in French chemical armament during World War I. 26 It is highly likely that Lucien Herr based his appraisal of Weiss’s unsuitability to lead France’s development and production of chemical weapons on personal acquain- tance. It is true that Weiss was a polytechnicien (class of 1886) rather than a fellow normalien.
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Listening on the Edge Oral History in the Aftermath of Crisis 9780199859306. Memory, Meaning, and Resistance Reflecting on Oral History and.
I. Memory, History, and Cultural Authority
1. Oral History and Hard Times: A Review Essay 2. The Memory of History 3. American History and the Structures of Collective Memory: A Modest Exercise in Empirical Iconography
II. Interpretive Authority in Oral History
4. Oral History and the Presentation of Class Consciousness: The New York Times v. The Buffalo Unemployed 5. Preparing Interview Transcripts for Documentary Publication: A Line-by-Line Illustration of the Editing Process 6. Presenting and Receiving Oral History across Cultural Space: A Note on Responses of Chinese Students to the Documentary Trilogy One Village in China 7. Oral History, Documentary, and the Mystification of Power: A Critique of Vietnam: A Television History
III. A Shared Authority: Scholarship, Audience, and Public Presentation
8. Quality in History Programs: From Celebration to Exploration of Values 9. Town Into City: A Reconsideration on the Occasion of Springfield's 350th Anniversary, 1636-1986 10. "Get the Picutre?": A Review Essay 11. Audience Expectations as Resource and Challenge: Ellis Island as a Case Study 12. Urban Public History in Celebratory Contexts: The Example of the "Philadelphia's Moving Past" Project 13. The Presentation of Urban History in Big City Museums