Oral History Workshop, August 20-21, 2010: Discover the past through personal narratives. Canyonlands Field Institute announces an oral history workshop with Dee Garceau at Horsethief Ranch, a historic site on the Colorado Plateau. Develop interviewing and listening skills, explore issues of reciprocity and collaboration between researcher and subject, discuss storylines and interpretation. Garceau is a published historian and filmmaker with a doctorate in American Civilization from Brown University, currently on the faculty at Rhodes College. Horsethief Ranch is a smaller, rustic ranch house with few facilities nearby and is located on Rt. 313 near Dead Horse State Park and the Island in the Sky District of Canyonlands National Park. Dinner and guest speaker Friday night, followed by morning and afternoon workshops Saturday. Camping overnight at the Ranch is encouraged. Camping and meals included in price: $195/person or $175/CFI member. To register/find out more about travel and lodging, contact Canyonlands Field Institute at 435-259-7750 or email@example.com For questions about workshop content, contact Dee Garceau at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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