MORRISSEY ORAL HISTORY WORKSHOP, SAN FRANCISCO, CA, February 27, 28 & 29, 2004: Intensive 3-day workshop offers training for documenting histories of families, communities, organizations, or projects for experienced practitioners or novices in the field.
INCLUDES: Development of skills and techniques regarding: interviewing, fund raising, ethical dilemmas, transcription, project management, AND provides great networking opportunities!
INSTRUCTOR: Charles T. Morrissey, former president of the Oral History Association, brings to this workshop his 40+ years of oral history experience as director/consultant/evaluator of major projects including the JFK Library, The Ford Foundation, Harvard University, the Motown Museum in Detroit, the Bill Clinton History project to mention only a few. He has led this San Francisco workshop for 10 years, taught oral history workshops in Vermont and Oregon for the past 22 years, and has authored more than 50 professional articles on oral history techniques and applications.
Register now for this entertaining and educational workshop!
Elizabeth A. Wright
History In Progress
1336 Green Street, #2
San Francisco, CA 94109-1944
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