We invite you to share your work, whether it is completed or in progress and encourage panels, roundtables, papers, and presentations which examine theoretical issues, methodology, processes, and outcomes in oral history. Some topics to consider addressing are:
legal and ethical issues
interpretation of conflicting accounts
classroom applications at all educational levels
products including books, videos, public programs, and performances
and so forth.
Sessions are usually scheduled for 90 minutes which allows 5-10 minutes for moderator introductions and comments, 15 minutes each for four presentations, 20 minutes each for three presentations, and 15-20 minutes for discussion.
Please submit THREE copies of your proposal.
CSUSB History Department
5500 University Parkway
San Bernardino, CA 92407
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