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Troy J. Reeves <email@example.com>
How-to-do oral history
oral history project planning
presenting/publishing oral history in traditional/non-traditional
|Address:||430 Steenbock Library
550 Babcock Drive
Madison, Wisconsin 53706
|List Affiliations:||Advisory Board Member for H-Oralhist
Former List Editor for H-Oralhist
|Interests:||American History / Studies
Environmental History / Studies
Native American History / Studies
Women, Gender, and Sexuality
Troy J Reeves
Work Contact: 430 Steenbock Library; 550 Babcock Dr.; Madison, WI 53706; (608) 890-1899; firstname.lastname@example.org
Home Contact: 2 Haverhill Circle; Madison, WI 53717; (608) 831-0303
June 2007-Present UW--Madison (WI) Oral History Program
June 1999-May 2007 Idaho State Historical Society, Boise, Idaho
September 1994-June 1996 Utah State University M.A., History
January 1990-May 1993 Idaho State University B.A., History
June 2007-Present Oral History Workshops & Lectures
Over the first two years, I have given 34 workshops, lectures, or presentations on some aspect of either our oral history program or on the theory and practice of oral history. The entire list is available upon request.
June 2007-Present Conference Chair, Meeting Convener, Paper Presenter, Discussion Leader, Grant Evaluator
Over the last twenty months, I have participated in 24 events as conference chair, meeting convener, or paper presenter. The entire list is available upon request.
June 1999-May 2007 ISHS Public Archives Presentation/Outreach Activities
While working for the ISHS, I gave 150 oral history workshops, lectures, or Idaho history presentations over three dozen Pacific NW cities and towns. And I served as conference chair, meeting convenor, or paper presenters at 16 meetings or conferences throughout Idaho, the Pacific NW, and the country. The entire list is available upon request.
1999-Present Oral History related publications
*The Best Game Ever (book review) Oral History Review 36 (Winter/Spring 2009, no. 1)
*Renewing the Countryside: Wisconsin (book review) Oral History Review 35 (Winter/Spring 2008, no. 1)
*Through the Glass Ceiling: A Life in Nevada Politics (book review) Oral History Review 34 (Summer/Fall 2007, no. 2)
*”Fits and Starts: Oral History Education at the Idaho Oral History Center,” Preparing the Next Generation of Oral Historians, Barry Lanman & Laura M. Wendling, authors & editors, 2007.
*”Idaho Oral History Center,” Curating Oral History, Nancy Mackay, author & editor, 2007.
*”Altered Lives, Enduring Community: Japanese Americans Remember Their World War II Incarceration,” (book review) Oral History Review 32 (Summer/Fall 2005, no. 2)
*”Basque Museum and Cultural Center in Boise and Basque Studies Library in Reno, Nevada,” (media review) Oral History Review 31 (Winter/Spring 2004, no. 1).
*“Beginnings in Oral History: Or How One Man and Two Women Helped Give Birth to an Oral Historian,” Oral History Review 29 (Summer/Fall 2002, no. 2)
*”Conscience and the Constitution,” (media review) Oral History Review 29 (Winter/Spring 2002, no. 1)
*”Oral History News,” The Mountain Light 38-45 (1999-2006)
1997-Present Idaho/U.S. History related publications
*“Prohibition,” The Encyclopedia of Propaganda Volume 2:, Robert Cole, editor., 1997.
*“This Is Our Fair,” Idaho Yesterdays 40 (Winter, 1997): 2-13.
*“Undeserved Anonymity: The Political Influence of Verda White Barnes,” Idaho Yesterdays 47 (Spr/Sum 2006): pp. 48-67.