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Volume 35, Number 1, Winter/Spring 2008

Table of Contents

Editor's Introduction

Editor’s Introduction

p. vii

Articles

Through Hell and High Water: New Orleans, August 29–September 15, 2005

pp. 1-10

Diagnosis versus Dialogue: Oral Testimony and the Study of Pediatric Pain

pp. 11-21

Phenomenology and the Problems of Oral History

pp. 22-38

Teaching and Social Reform in the 1960s: Lessons from National Teacher Corps Oral Histories

pp. 39-67

Review Essay

Oral History and al-Nakbah

pp. 68-80

Book Reviews

“No Flies on Bill”: The Story of an Uncontrollable Old Woman, My Grandmother, Ethel “Billie” Gammon (review)

pp. 81-82

The Face of Decline: The Pennsylvania Anthracite Region in the Twentieth Century (review)

pp. 82-84

The Italian American Experience in New Haven: Images and Oral Histories (review)

pp. 84-86

The Oral History Project: Connecting Students to Their Community, Grades 4–8 (review)

pp. 86-87

Turn Away Thy Son: Little Rock, the Crisis that Shocked a Nation (review)

pp. 88-89

Reclaiming the Ancestors: Decolonizing a Taken Prehistory of the Far Northeast (review)

pp. 90-91

Turkey’s Modernization: Refugees from Nazism and Ataturk’s Vision (review)

pp. 91-93

Let the People Decide: Black Freedom and White Resistance Movements in Sunflower County, Mississippi, 1945–1986 (review)

pp. 93-95

Red Brick in the Land Of Steady Habits: Creating The Univeristy of Connecticut, 1881–2006 (review)

pp. 95-97

Fishing for Gold: The Story of Alabama’s Catfish Industry (review)

pp. 97-98

The Race Beat: The Press, the Civil Rights Struggle, and the Awakening of a Nation (review)

pp. 99-100

Renewing the Countryside: Wisconsin (review)

pp. 101-102

Talk Back: Sex Workers in the Maritimes (review)

pp. 102-104

Cheney: The Untold Story of America’s Most Powerful and Controversial Vice President (review)

pp. 104-105

Historia, Antropología, y Fuentes Orales (review)

pp. 105-107

A Florida Fiddler: The Life and Times of Richard Seaman (review)

pp. 107-108

In Our Own Voices: A Guide to Conducting Life History Interviews with American Jewish Women (review)

pp. 108-110

Creating Choice: A Community Responds to the Need for Abortion and Birth Control, 1961–1973 (review)

pp. 110-112

Inconstant Companions: Archaeology and North American Indian Oral Traditions (review)

pp. 112-114

Clio’s Southern Sisters: Interviews with Leaders of the Southern Association for Women Historians (review)

pp. 114-116

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