ORAL HISTORY MA PROGRAM OPEN HOUSE
Thursday, March 11, 2010
801 International Affairs Building, 118th Street and Amsterdam Avenue
Almost done with school, but not quite finished with your intellectual pursuits?
Please be our guest on March 11 at 4pm for an Oral History Workshop session with Special guest speaker Mujib Mashal. He will discuss about how he has used Oral History in his research. Immediately following his talk, OHMA program director Mary Marshall Clark along with current OHMA students will field your questions about Columbia University's new and exciting Oral History MA Program!
Refreshments will be served.
The application deadline for Fall 2010 enrollment is APRIL 15, 2010.
For general information about the Oral History MA program, please visit http://iserp.columbia.edu/education-programs/ohma. For additional questions, contact MiRi Park at 212-854-9281 or email@example.com
Mujib Mashal, from Kabul Afghanistan, is a junior in Columbia College majoring in history. He spent the summer of 2009 doing research for Center for Conflict and Peace Studies (CAPS), focusing on the Afghan prison system. Additionally, with a research grant from CUSP and support from the CU Oral History Research Office, he carried out his own oral history project, recording life-histories of Afghan educators. He will be interning with the New York Times bureau in Kabul this summer.
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