restricted access   Volume 41, Issue 2, Summer/Fall 2014

Table of Contents

Editor’s Introduction

pp. i-iii


Squatting History: The Power of Oral History as a History-Making Practice

pp. 187-216

“Sharecroppers’ Troubadour”: Can We Use Songs and Oral Poetry as Oral History?

pp. 217-228

The Unsaid, the Incommunicable, the Unbearable, and the Irretrievable

pp. 229-243

Reflecting on the Quantum Leap: Promises and Perils of Oral History on the Web

pp. 244-256

“Insights and Oversights”: Reflections on the Documentary Tradition and the Theoretical Turn in Oral History

pp. 257-268

Studs Terkel, Historian

pp. 269-278

Tearing Up the Master’s Narrative: Stetson Kennedy and Oral History

pp. 279-289

Oral History, Hermeneutics, and Embodiment

pp. 290-300

Being Peace and Practicing Peace: New Mexico Buddhists and the Peace Within

pp. 301-313


“Confessing Animals,” Redux: A Conversation between Alexander Freund and Erin Jessee

pp. 314-324

From Boat to Throat: How Oral Histories Immerse Students in Ecoliteracy and Community Building

pp. 325-340

Using Online Video Oral Histories to Engage Students in Authentic Research

pp. 341-350

Media Reviews

Erased from the Landscape: The Hidden Lives of Cloistered Nuns by Abbie Reese (review)

pp. 351-352

SoMove: Social Movements Oral History Tour (review)

pp. 353-354

Homegoings Directed by Christine Turner (review)

pp. 354-356

Book Reviews

Around the Globe: Rethinking Oral History with its Protagonists by Miroslav Vaněk (review)

pp. 357-358

The Maid Narratives: Black Domestics and White Families in the Jim Crow South by Katherine Van Wormer, David W. Jackson, and Charlotte Sudduth (review)

pp. 359-361

Collect and Record!: Jewish Holocaust Documentation in Early Postwar Europe by Laura Jockusch (review)

pp. 361-363

Hard to Get: 20-Something Women and the Paradox of Sexual Freedom by Leslie C. Bell (review)

pp. 363-365

Accidental Immigrants and the Search for Home: Women, Cultural Identity, and Community by Carol E. Kelley (review)

pp. 365-367

Assassination and Commemoration: JFK, Dallas, and the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza by Stephen Fagin (review)

pp. 367-370

Passing the Test: Combat in Korea, April–June 1951 Edited by William T. Bowers and John T. Greenwood (review)

pp. 370-372

Hog’s Exit: Jerry Daniels, the Hmong, and the CIA by Gayle L. Morrison (review)

pp. 372-374

The Sounds of Silence: Turkey’s Armenians Speak (ed.) by Ferda Balancar (review)

pp. 374-376

The Social Worker Speaks: A History of Social Workers through the Twentieth Century by David Burnham (review)

pp. 376-378

The Black Revolution on Campus by Martha Biondi (review)

pp. 378-380

Why Jazz Happened by Marc Myers (review)

pp. 381-382

The Storied South: Voices of Writers and Artists by William Ferris (review)

pp. 382-384

Memory Studies (review)

pp. 384-386

Small Town America in World War II: War Stories from Wrightsville, Pennsylvania by Ronald E. Marcello (review)

pp. 387-388

Brown’s Battleground: Students, Segregationists, & the Struggle for Justice in Prince Edward County, Virginia by Jill Ogline Titus (review)

pp. 388-390

Knowing History in Mexico: An Ethnography of Citizenship by Trevor Stack (review)

pp. 391-393

Addicts Who Survived: An Oral History of Narcotic Use in America before 1965 by David Courtwright, Herman Joseph, and Don Des Jarlais (review)

pp. 393-395

Race, Remembering, and Jim Crow’s Teachers by Hilton Kelly (review)

pp. 395-397

The Seeds We Planted: Portraits of a Native Hawaiian Charter School by Noelani Goodyear-Ka‘opua (review)

pp. 398-400

Irish Women at Work, 1930–1960: An Oral History by Elizabeth Kiely and Maire Leane (review)

pp. 400-402