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Southwest Oral History Association - Spring Summer 2014 - Issue Southwest Oral History AssociationNewsletter Newsletter — 2018 — Issue 98 88
SOHA 2018 ANNUAL CONFERENCE CO-PRESIDENTS’ MESSAGE MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT
SOHA is coming to an Exhibit Based on Oral Histories Our evening plenary Fullerton, California! in One Semester: Accomplishments, session begins with reetings to all Register SOHA NOW members! AndChallenges, what a and Possibilities from an a tribute to SOHA to been! join us for the April 3-5th Undergraduate leader Claytee D. busy Spring it has Our Annual Perspective.” last weekend of White followed Following these sessions, afternoon Conference in Tempe, Arizona showcased a wide April (27-29) when by “Our Stories, panels variety of topics, presenters and attendees andand roundtables include “The SOHA holds our Nuestras Historias,” Influence and Resilience of Women in Juan D. Coronado Marcie M.by Gallo enjoyed all. For a complete recap, please note annual conference. a documentary film Politics and Activism,” “Unheard Voices the Conference article on page 3. This2014 year’s Annual partnership with California screening and panel discussion led by of War and Confinement,” and “Elevating Our thanks again to conference co-chairs State University, Fullerton Department planning undergraduate students at Arizona State the Voices of Black Students, Teachers, of History and The Lawrence de Graaf University. Sarah Moorhead and Anna Coor for coordinating and Communities.” Centerafor Oral and Public History has such seamless conference. Our late afternoon opening reception created a community of like-minded oral Sunday, April 29: starts with a Welcome from Julia historians engaged in elevating voices Caryll Batt Dziedziak, President On the heels of every conference comesBogany, the Gabrieleño/Tongva Elder and After the morning SOHA Business that have been silenced and absent inevitable question: “Who will host the Cultural SOHAAffairs Consultant for the San Meeting – open to all SOHA members in the traditional historical narrative. Gabrieleño Band of Mission Indians in – we offer panels and roundtables that conference next year?” In true collegial spirit, In preparation for the conference, the San Gabriel Valley. include “Queering ‘Community’: Suzi and the Lastly, we still have a few vacancies on the Spatial, SOHAResnick board members andmembers conference of the Del Mar Later than evening, there is a special Temporal, and Geographic Aspects committee members, Historical Societyalong tookwith on our the challenge. Thanks SOHA Board. We are currently looking to fillofthe Student Gathering/Mingle open to all LGBTQI Oral History Projects,” “An partners CSU Fullerton,we have beenour 2015 Annual to theiratwillingness, have positions of Secretary, CA Representative andWorld undergraduates and graduate students at Oral History Project for the Digital working diligently to deliver a substantial Conference venue confirmed in time fortheanRepresentative. Please consider volunteerFullerton Marriott, our NM Conference of Now and the Future,” and “Un-Erasing conference that will not only be a nouncement in our summer newsletter. So, ing! As always, many thanks to those who Hotel. Voices of Ethnic Communities inhave the fruitful intellectual experience, but an Del Mar, CA here we come! Please help us served SOHA in the past and currently holding U.S.-Mexico Borderlands.” invigorating reunion where oral historians Saturday, April 28: positions spread the word assimilarities. we solicit Proposals for the leadership organization. Lookcan celebrate our vast Our for finalour plenary session for SOHA2018 program. includes brunch and features a ing forward to seeing everyone in the beachside Here’s an outline of this year’s program: We begin Day Two with a powerful Keynote community of Del Mar! Speech by the acclaimed morning plenary session, “Developing interdisciplinary scholar, activist, and Aprila27: I wouldFriday, like to extend very grateful “Thank Indigenous Community and Homeoral historian, Dr. Maylei Caryll Batt Blackwell, Dziedziak You!” to Dean Chris Hudgins and DeanBased PattyOral Histories.” In the SOHA tradition, we begin with authorSOHA of ¡Chicana Power! 2013-2015 Contested President Ianuzzi of UNLV for their generous support to Our lunchtime Award Ceremony “how-to” sessions for oral historians Histories of Feminism in the Chicano SOHA. They have made our new home possible! features the presentation of the 2018 – from those just starting out to Movement. James V. Mink Award for SOHA’s outstandingoffice: The support of the university longexperienced practitioners wanting togives learn SOHA Throughout the April 27-29 weekend, contributions to the field of oral history. new skills, interpretations, andforward. teaching needed stability moving there also are innumerable times and ideas. Following the morning’s fourA full day of panels and roundtable opportunities for relaxation, unanticipated hourhave Introductory Workshop on the sessions,files morning and afternoon, include: conversations, renewed acquaintances, We also been busy consolidating SOHA Craft of Doing Oral History, presented October 1,” “Recording and the joy of immersing ourselves and information at our new home on the“Remembering UNLV by the Center for Oral and Public History the Voices of Dreamers in Florida, “ in Elevating Voices: Oral Histories of University of Nevada, Las Vegas campus in Las Vegas, Nevada. change, Voices and Collaboration,” at CSU Fullerton, conference attendeesWith this “Community Resilience and Unity. Please join us at Box 455020 we are turning over the work of formatting and Las Vegas: Building a Model are invited to a noontime Open House “Building SOHA2018. Parkway We look forward to seeing publishing univer- Initiative,” “Film 4505 at the Center.the SOHA newsletter to the Collecting IndustryS. Marylandand greeting each one of you in Fullerton. Las Vegas, Nevada 89154-5020 Histories as Feminist Intervention,” sity’s Reprographics Department. many Afterward, choose from four additional Our Oral Till then, carry on the struggle to preserve Email: [email protected] “Queeringthe Oral Histories in and through thanks to theworkshop volunteers who have coordinated ninety-minute sessions: and elevate those silent voices that give Community Productions,” “Postwar Office: 702-895- life 5011 “Prepping for the Real Thing: to the field of history. work of the newsletter inThe the past: JJ Lamb, Immigration and Migration,” “Not Going Videotaped Mock Interview as Practice,” SOHA’s Graduate See Assistant: you very soon! Danette Turner, and Sarah Moorhead. You have Anywhere: Queer Oral Histories from Red “Designers’ Use of Narrative,” “Teaching Stefani Evans Juan D. Coronado and Marcia M. Gallo, all earned a well-deserved break! State America,” and “Southwestern People, Perspective and Narrative through Oral Co-Presidents Politics, and Power.” History and Storytelling,” and “Creating
Watch for these while at 2018 Conference Jennifer Keil
Southwest Oral History Association is a collaborative network with whom I’ve had the privilege of working as a board member since 2015. As an active community of leaders, I am in awe at how each year we come together in one of our networked states to host a conference. I have been working with our Co-Presidents Marcie Gallo and Juan Coronado to build on an idea we had as a board to host this year’s event in SoCal. This year’s #SOHA2018 will be held at CSU, Fullerton with partnership with the History Department and Larry de Graaf Center for Oral and Public History (COPH). Dr. Cora Granata has been our liaison along with Sierra Sampson, who is the COPH/SOHA Intern. I am also grateful for the guidance of Rachael Amaro. Their insight into campus facilities has made this event possible. The Local Arrangements committee has prepared a wonderful list of places to dine and visit during your stay. Those of you who will be flying into John Wayne Airport you will find an exhibit titled “In Good Taste” which has been on display February 2018 and will go through June 2018. This topic will coincide with Allison
Varzally, Professor of History at CSUF on “Fish tacos, Tamales, and Potato Balls: Realizing Immigrant Cultures and Entrepreneurship in Southern California’s Restaurants” at Saturday’s Session V: 3:15-4:45 pm. Our Program Committee received so many wonderful panels that I’m certain will inspire your own work! They have remained very active in meeting to prepare a phenomenal program thanks to the great work of Farina King and Juan Coronado. The award luncheon will be a wonderful time to celebrate our scholars and leaders in the field. You will find the Marriott Fullerton’s accommodations to be outstanding. They offer wonderful outdoor spaces to relax and connect, including a pool for after hours. The conference presentations will be steps away from the Fullerton Arboretum that has the Heritage House and a living history program. Fullerton Arboretum OC Agricultural and Nikkei Heritage Museum will be exhibiting “Botanical Delights of the Arboretum” which is a watercolor exhibition by CSUF Art Students. This show will run April 14th - May 13, 2018 with an opening reception on April 29, Sunday 2-3:30 pm, after our conference concludes. This stellar conference planning team
Miyiiha’! “Hello” in Tongva Farina King
Southern California is one of the most populous regions in the United States and world, where many diverse peoples have gathered, lived, and Farina King (right) with Julia Bogany forged their stories since ancient time. SOHA2018 will meet in the homelands of the Gabrieliño/Tongva who have dwelled in the region since time immemorial. We are honored that Tongva elder and educator Julia Bogany will be addressing us during the opening reception to provide us context through a general sense of oral histories about the lands and communities that she knows so intimately. We have an excellent program thanks to scholars, community members, and our collaborators who will be coming together from different parts SOHA Newsletter is published three times a year: Spring, Summer & Winter. We welcome submissions regarding regional news, articles by oral historians about oral history, reviews, and other items related to oral history.
of the country to learn and engage with each other under the common theme of “Elevating Voices: Oral Histories of Resilience and Unity.” Our program highlights local, national, to world historical developments and matters all tied to oral histories. A student mingle will be introduced and posters as well as announcing the Presidents’ Fund this year. We also are excited for the Introductory Workshop on the Craft of Doing Oral History with our distinguished co-sponsor the Lawrence de Graaf Center for Oral and Public History at California State University, Fullerton. We look forward to seeing you all in Fullerton soon! Please invite and share this newsletter and the updates about the conference with friends, family, and associates. Please send submissions to: [email protected] Co-editors: Marcia M. Gallo & Barbara Tabach Our thanks to Dean Christopher Heavey, College of Liberal Arts, UNLV for underwriting the costs of production.
looks forward to hosting us in April. I’m certain that the spring weather, beautiful campus facilities, and passionate SOHA attendees will make this a memorable event. Thank you Virginia Espino, Marcie Gallo, Franklin Howard, Ben Cawthra, Cora Granata, Natalie Navar, Keri Marken, Sara Long, and Janelle Vannoy who met with us in Fullerton to ensure our meeting’s success. I appreciate COPH’s Director, Natalie Fousekis who spoke with me last June to begin discussing ways they would be able to work with SOHA. I appreciate History Department Chairs Nancy Fitch and Kristine Dennehy who supported this collaboration. Your leadership helped me strengthen my love for history during my graduate studies at CSUF. I am now practicing Archival Science in Orange County because of your training. Thank you! For more details follow the events leading up to the conference at #SOHA2018 or our news blog, sohanews.wordpress.com.
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INTRODUCTORY WORKSHOP ON THE CRAFT OF DOING ORAL HISTORY FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 2018 9 AM – 12:00 PM THE LAWRENCE DE GRAAF CENTER FOR ORAL AND PUBLIC HISTORY
Costume-judging contest. City Employees. Fullerton, CA 1953. Image courtesy of Center for Oral and Public History
Presented by Dr. Cora Granata, Professor of History & Associate Director of COPH. This workshop is for beginners and those who wish to brush up on the basics. All the essentials are covered such as planning, research, equipment, interviewing techniques, processing options and legal and ethical issues. Learn how to bring your narrator's story to life!
Thanks to SOHA Donors December ’17-March ’18 Ak Chin Community The Harold L. Boyer Charitable Foundation Jean Maria Arrigo Jeff Brown Marcia M. Gallo Mary Contini Gordon Ron Grele Suzi Resnik
Special SOHA Conference Rate: $25 includes workshop, all materials, and Open House at the Center for Oral and Public History California State University, Fullerton - Pollak Library South 360
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2018 Presidents’ Travel Fund Juan D. Coronado Caryll Batt Dziedziak Marcia M. Gallo Joyce Marshall Moore Sarah Moorhead Steven J. Novak Therese Pipe Melanie Sturgeon Claytee D. White