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Doing Oral History at OSU: A Tale of Three Time Zones Public Deposited

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  • A discussion of the revival of oral history at OSU, as housed within the OSU Libraries Special Collections and Archives Research Center. This presentation touches upon the author's training in oral history methods; the history of oral history work at OSU, particularly as conducted by the Horner Museum; the practice of describing oral history interviews as archival records; and SCARC's pursuit of oral history interviews related to the department's four main collecting areas: the history of science (with a particular emphasis on Linus Pauling), multicultural communities of Oregon, natural resources in the Pacific Northwest, and the history of OSU.
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