Volume 42, Issue 2, Summer/Fall 2015

Table of Contents

Editor’s Introduction

pp. i-iii

Articles

Power, Politics, and Performances of Longing in Kat River

pp. 195-230

“We’re on Fire”: Oral History and the Preservation, Commemoration, and Rebirth of Mississippi’s Civil Rights Sites

pp. 231-254

Spatial Relations in Oral History: The Robstown Migrant Labor Camp beyond the Federal Period

pp. 255-276

Remembering Blaenavon: What Can Group Interviews Tell Us about “Collective Memory”?

pp. 277-299

After the Interview Ends: Moving Oral History Out of the Archives and into Publication

pp. 300-310

Pedagogy

On the Air: The Pedagogy of Student-Produced Radio Documentaries

pp. 311-351

Indexing as Engaging Oral History Research: Using OHMS to “Compose History” in the Writing Classroom

pp. 352-367

Media Reviews

The Telling Tide dir. by Darcy Wilkins (review)

pp. 368-370

I Remember … ”: An Art Show of Environmental Significance (review)

pp. 370-372

NOLA Life Stories by Mark Cave and Thomas Walsh (review)

pp. 372-373

Review Essay

Fifty Years Later: Robert Penn Warren’s Who Speaks for the Negro?

pp. 374-379

Book Reviews

Making the American Body: The Remarkable Saga of the Men and Women Whose Feats, Feuds, and Passions Shaped Fitness History by Jonathan Black (review)

pp. 380-381

Community Oral History Toolkit by Nancy MacKay, Mary Kay Quinlan, and Barbara W. Sommer (review)

pp. 382-383

Manėm, kad greit grįšim: 18 pokalbių apie pasitraukimą į Vakarus, 1940–1944 (We Thought That We Could Come Back Soon: 18 Conversations about the Flight to the West in 1940–1944) by Laima Petrauskaitė VanderStoep, Dalia Stakytė Anysienė, and Dalia Cidzikaitė (review)

pp. 383-386

Dedicated to God: An Oral History of Cloistered Nuns by Abbie Reese (review)

pp. 386-387

Anzac Memories: Living with the Legend by Alistair Thomson (review)

pp. 388-389

Under the Eagle: Samuel Holiday, Navajo Code Talker by Samuel Holiday and Robert S. McPherson (review)

pp. 389-391

How Sex Became a Civil Liberty by Leigh Ann Wheeler (review)

pp. 391-393

Why Cows Need Names and More Secrets of Amish Farms by Randy James (review)

pp. 394-396

What We Have Done: An Oral History of the Disability Rights Movement by Fred Pelka (review)

pp. 396-397

The Black Officer Corps: A History of Black Military Advancement from Integration through Vietnam by Isaac Hampton II (review)

pp. 398-400

We Shall be Free! Black Communist Protests in Seven Voices by Walter T. Howard (review)

pp. 400-401