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Columbia University. Oral History Research Office oral history interviews

Columbia University. Oral History Research Office

Columbia University. Oral History Research Office oral history interviews

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Interviews,
  • Psychoanalysis,
  • Psychoanalysts

  • About the Edition

    Transcripts of oral history interviews of individuals involved in the psychoanalytic movement in America. Interviews conducted by Bluma Swerdloff. Interviewees include Michael Balint, Edward Glover, Heinz Hartmann, Willi Hoffer, Abram Kardiner, Lawrence Coleman Kolb, Rudolph Maurice Loewenstein, Margaret S. Mahler, Sandor Rado, Theodor Reik, Joseph Sandler, Raymond de Saussure, and René A. Spitz.

    Edition Notes

    ContributionsBalint, Michael, Glover, Edward, 1888-1972, Hartmann, Heinz, 1894-1970, Hoffer, Willi, Kardiner, Abram, 1891-1981, Kolb, Lawrence C. (Lawrence Coleman), 1911-2006, Loewenstein, Rudolph Maurice, Mahler, Margaret S., Rado, Sandor, 1890-1972, Reik, Theodor, 1888-1969, Sandler, Joseph, Saussure, Raymond de, 1894-1971, Spitz, René A. (René Arpad), 1887-1974, Swerdloff, Bluma
    The Physical Object
    Pagination13 3 1.2
    Number of Pages13
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25207509M
    LC Control Number97084042

    In addition to being the Director of the Columbia Center for Oral History Research located in INCITE, Mary Marshall Clark is co-founder and co-director of Columbia’s Oral History Master of Arts (OHMA) degree program, created in Clark was the co-principal investigator, with Peter Bearman, of the Septem Oral History Narrative and Memory Project, a longitudinal oral history. OHRO - Oral History Research Office. Looking for abbreviations of OHRO? It is Oral History Research Office. Oral History Research Office listed as OHRO Oral History Research Office (Columbia University; New The tapes are part of the Oral History Research Office 's collection of recorded interviews and memoirs, which includes oral. Center for Oral History Celebrating Community Knowledge for Social Change. The Center for Oral History (COH), in the Department of Ethnic Studies at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, collects, documents, preserves and highlights the recollections of Native Hawaiians and .   Dear fellow members of the Columbia community: I am delighted to announce that the Obama Foundation has selected the Columbia University Center for Oral History Research to produce the Obama Presidency Oral History, a comprehensive account of an historic American presidency that will serve as an invaluable resource for scholars, students, and members of the public.


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The Columbia University Center for Oral History Research (CCOHR) is one of the world’s leading centers for the practice and teaching of oral history. CCOHR, housed at INCITE, administers an ambitious research agenda with the goal to record unique life histories, document the central historical events and memories of our times, provide public programming, and to teach and do research.

The Columbia Center for Oral History (CCOH) was founded by historian and journalist Allan Nevins in and is credited with launching the establishment of oral history archives internationally. At o interviews, the Oral History Archives is one of the largest oral history collections in the United States.

In general, the Collection of the Columbia University Oral History Research Office, like most such collections, contains two types of interviews: shorter, focused interviews for particular projects that concentrate on a particular period, issue, institution, or personality, and longer biographical interviews that seek to document the life history of the individual being interviewed.

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Oral History Research Office. Oral History Collection of Columbia University. New York: Oral History Research Office, (OCoLC)   In an effort to preserve the legacy of Rauschenberg’s life and work, the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, in collaboration with INCITE/Columbia Center for Oral History Research, has undertaken the Robert Rauschenberg Oral History Project.

The Claremont Graduate University Oral History Program was inaugurated in January of to collect research material by conducting interviews with persons whose life experiences merited preservation.

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As one of the world's leading centers for the practice and teaching of oral history, the Columbia Center for Oral History Research seeks to record unique life histories, document the central historical events and memories of our times, provide public programming, and teach and do research.

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Peter Jessup for the Columbia University Oral History Research Office. The interviews took place in Washington, DC, on November 9, through Decem At that time, oral history was often seen as a substitute for a book. But Allan Nevins, the founder of Columbia's Oral History Research Office, believed that oral history could do more than any single volume; that it could provide a melding of diary, autobiography, and biography.

OnColumbia University announced the Obama Foundation had selected the Columbia Center for Oral History to conduct the official oral history of the Obama presidency. The result of this collaboration will be a comprehensive, enduring record of the decisions, actions, and impact of this historic presidential administration.

Meryem Suzan Rosita Kalayci turned up in the RBML reading rooms to review the Columbia Armenian Oral History Collection with an offer the Oral History Archives at Columbia (OHAC) couldn’t refuse: she had a major research grant to transcribe all + interviews in the collection.

The collection has been in various states of processing [ ]. InAllan Nevins, a Columbia University historian, established the Columbia Oral History Research Office, now known as the Columbia Center for Oral History, with a mission of recording, transcribing, and preserving oral history interviews.

The Regional Oral History Office was founded in as a division of the University of California, Berkeley's Bancroft Library. Published to mark the tenth anniversary of the Septemterrorist attacks, After the Fall is a landmark oral history drawn from the celebrated collection of 9/11 interviews at Columbia University.

Within days of 9/11, Columbia’s Oral History Research Office deployed interviewers across the city to begin collecting the accounts and observations of hundreds of people from a diverse. Over the next five years, the Columbia Center for Oral History Research will conduct and collect more than interviews of people with insight into Author: Lillian Cunningham.

Columbia University’s Interdisciplinary Center for Innovative Theory and Empirics (), home to the Columbia Center for Oral History Research (), leads the project, with support and collaboration from the Obama ia will also partner with scholars from the University of Hawai’i and the University of Chicago, who will conduct interviews focused, respectively, on President Obama.

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Sara Sinclair was project manager and lead interviewer for the Robert Rauschenberg Oral History Project at the Columbia Center for Oral History Research. Peter Bearman is Jonathan R. Cole Professor of Social Science and director of the Interdisciplinary Center for Innovative Theories and Empirics at Columbia University.

Columbia University Oral History Research Office, l Four audiotapes and transcript (l66p). Elizabeth Bunce Papers. [See also Smith College Centennial Study.] Clark, Eleanor Social worker. See Social Work Archives Oral History Project. Coalition of Indian-Controlled School Boards Oral History Project, to Footnote citation for one interview in a multi-volume oral history: John Laird, Transcript of an oral history conductedin Out in the Redwoods: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender History at UC Santa Cruz, -Regional History Project, UC Santa Cruz Library, University of California, Santa Cruz,ppAuthor: Irene Reti.

After extensive searches, INCITE and the Columbia Center for Oral History are pleased to announce several additions to the research and administrative team for the Obama Presidency Oral History project.

The project, expected to include interviews and over hours of video and audio recordings, aims to produce a comprehensive, enduring record of the decisions, actions, and impact Location: West nd Street, Columbia University Upper Manhattan, NY, United States. The IRWGS Oral History Project was guided by a set of research questions, which emphasized the role of IRWGS as an political actor within the broader context of Columbia University, agitating for the inclusion of feminist analysis and practice, and working to do so, in its early years, without much institutional support from the university.

He conducted his first interview in with New York civic leader George McAneny, and both the Columbia Oral History Research Office--the largest archival collection of oral history interviews in the world--and the contemporary oral history movement were born.

A graduate of Columbia University’s Oral History Master of Arts program, Sara was the project manager and lead interviewer for Columbia Center for Oral History Research’s Robert Rauschenberg Oral History Projec t.

With Peter Bearman and Mary Marshall Clark, Sinclair edited a book from these narratives, published by Columbia University Press.

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University of Iowa Labor Center. University of Kentucky, Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History. University of Nevada Oral History Program. University of North Texas Oral History Program. He conducted his first interview in with New York civic leader George McAneny, and both the Columbia Oral History Research Office–the largest archival collection of oral history interviews in the world–and the contemporary oral history movement were born.

The Columbia University Oral History Research Office is the oldest and largest organized oral history program in the world. Founded in by Pulitzer Prize winning historian Allan Nevins, the oral history collection now contains nearly 8, taped memoirs, and nearly 1, pages of transcript.

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Currently the office holds 8, taped memoirs and 1, pages of transcripts. Philip Randolph "The Reminiscences of Dr. Philip Randolph," interview by Wendell Wray (New York: Columbia University Oral History Office, 18 July ), – Courtesy of the A.

Philip Randolph Institute and the Oral History Collection of Columbia University. Collecting News | Obama presidency oral histories to be archived at Columbia Posted on () by Kimberly Springer The Oral History Archives at Columbia (OHAC) is pleased to announce that it will be the sole repository of the official oral histories of.

Later life. Cerf was interviewed in and by Robin Hawkins, a freelancer working for the Oral History Research Office at Columbia claimed that, of all the awards which he'd received in his life, he was "genuinely proud of" those bestowed on him by humor magazines The Yale Record and The Harvard Lampoon.

Cerf was the subject of Jessica Mitford's exposé, published in the Alma mater: Columbia University. The Office of the Historian was abolished in and its oral history project was transferred to the WBG Archives, where it continued conducting interviews with limited resources.

Inthe Bank asked an oral history consultant to review the program and recommend changes that would broaden the Bank’s efforts to collect, retain and share. Columbia University Oral History Masters Program, New York, New York.

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—Mary Marshall Clark, Director, Columbia University Oral History Research Office "Based on the oral history projects of the Jewish Women's Archive, this booklet provides professional guidance for conducting interviews with American Jewish women. Whether one is interviewing for an oral history project or for private use, this guide can help.

Butler Library is the centerpiece of the Columbia University Libraries, one of the ten largest academic library systems in the nation.

Housing close to one-third of the Libraries’ on-site collections, Butler Library includes more thanrare books and 28 million manuscripts, and the world-famous Oral History Research Office and collection.The Shifting Borders of Race and Identity A Research and Teaching Project on the Native American and African American Experience.

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Historic Columbia River Highway Oral History Project. by: the Oregon Department of Transportation Research Section. March Because how we speak can be very different from how we write, transcribing interviews is often more complicated than copying a person’s words down Size: KB.