restricted access   Volume 43, Issue 2, Summer/Fall 2016

Table of Contents

Special Section: Looking Back, Looking Forward: Fifty Years of Oral History

Editor’s Introduction

pp. i-iii

Articles

“Stories Which I Know to Be True”: Oral Tradition, Oral History, and Voices from the Past

pp. 263-291

Digital Aural History: An Australian Case Study

pp. 292-314

Special Section: Looking Back, Looking Forward: Fifty Years of Oral History

Guest Editor’s Introduction

pp. 315-317

“The Medium Is the Message”: Oral History, Media, and Mediation

pp. 318-337

Who’s Afraid of Oral History?: Fifty Years of Debates and Anxiety about Ethics

pp. 338-366

Allan Nevins Is Not My Grandfather: The Roots of Radical Oral History Practice in the United States

pp. 367-391

Pedagogy

Staring Out to Sea and the Transformative Power of Oral History for Undergraduate Interviewers

pp. 392-407

Teaching Digital Humanities with Oral History: The Staring Out to Sea Oral History Project and OHMS in the DH Classroom

pp. 408-420

Media Reviews

Motown Museum (review)

pp. 421-422

Experiments: Old Westbury Oral History Project by Brianne Barry, et al. (review)

pp. 422-425

Goin’ North: Stories from the Great Migration to Philadelphia (review)

pp. 425-427

West Side Stories (review)

pp. 427-430

Book Reviews

A Free Man: A True Story of Life and Death in Delhi by Aman Sethi (review)

pp. 431-433

Haunted Heritage: The Cultural Politics of Ghost Tourism, Populism, and the Past by Michele Hanks, and: Tales from the Haunted South: Dark Tourism and Memories of Slavery from the Civil War Era by Tiya Miles (review)

pp. 433-435

Smolensk under the Nazis: Everyday Life in Occupied Russia by Laurie R. Cohen (review)

pp. 435-437

Klansville, U.S.A.: The Rise and Fall of the Civil Rights-Era Ku Klux Klan by David Cunningham (review)

pp. 437-439

Oral History at the Crossroads: Sharing Life Stories of Survival and Displacement by Steven High (review)

pp. 440-441

Once upon a Time in War: The 99th Division in World War II by Robert E. Humphrey (review)

pp. 442-444

The Chicano Generation: Testimonios of the Movement by Mario T. García (review)

pp. 444-446

The First We Can Remember: Colorado Pioneer Women Tell Their Stories ed. by Lee Schweninger (review)

pp. 446-448

The Oxford Handbook of Oral History ed. by Donald A. Ritchie (review)

pp. 449-451

Endurance: Australian Stories of Drought by Deb Anderson (review)

pp. 451-453

Red Dirt Women: At Home on the Oklahoma Plains by Susan Kates (review)

pp. 454-455

The Visioneers: How a Group of Elite Scientists Pursued Space Colonies, Nanotechnologies, and Limitless Future by W. Patrick McCray (review)

pp. 455-458

Greater Than Equal: African American Struggles for Schools and Citizenship in North Carolina, 1919–1965 by Sarah Caroline Thuesen (review)

pp. 458-460

Mobilizing New York: AIDS, Antipoverty, and Feminist Activism by Tamar W. Carroll (review)

pp. 460-463

An Epidemic of Rumors: How Stories Shape Our Perceptions of Disease by Jon D. Lee (review)

pp. 463-464

Answer the Call: Virtual Migration in Indian Call Centers by Aimee Carrillo Rowe, Sheena Malhotra, Kimberlee Pérez (review)

pp. 464-466

Poachers Were My Prey: Eighteen Years as an Undercover Wildlife Officer by W. H. “Chip” Gross (review)

pp. 467-468

Many Voices, One Vision: The Early Years of the World Heritage Convention by Christina Cameron, Mechtild Rössler (review)

pp. 468-470

Califia Women: Feminist Education against Sexism, Classism, and Racism by Clark A. Pomerleau (review)

pp. 470-472

Children of the Dictatorship: Student Resistance, Cultural Politics, and the “Long 1960s” in Greece by Kostis Kornetis (review)

pp. 472-474

Turkish Berlin: Integration Policy and Urban Space by Annika Marlen Hinze (review)

pp. 474-477

If It Swings, It’s Music: The Autobiography of Hawai’i’s Gabe Baltazar, Jr. by Gabe Baltazar Jr. (review)

pp. 477-478

Digital State: The Story of Minnesota’s Computing Industry by Thomas J. Misa (review)

pp. 479-480

Desire and Disaster in New Orleans: Tourism, Race, and Historical Memory by Lynnell L. Thomas (review)

pp. 480-483

Dance Floor Democracy: The Social Geography of Memory at the Hollywood Canteen by Sherrie Tucker (review)

pp. 483-485

Returns: Becoming Indigenous in the Twenty-First Century by James Clifford (review)

pp. 485-487