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Using the SFA Archive: An Oral History Workshop
Southern Foodways Alliance Zoom Room
Oxford, MS
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May 21, 2020 1:00 PM
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SFA Oral History Workshop $20.00 ($21.99 w/service fee) Sales Ended
 


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Using the SFA Archive: An Oral History Workshop
PLEASE NOTE: registration should be accomplished on a desktop, not a phone or tablet, to enable access to the questionnaire.

This workshop will be hosted by Annemarie Anderson, Southern Foodways Alliance oral historian, and Jessica Taylor, assistant professor of History and Director of Public History at Virginia Tech. Anderson and Taylor will introduce SFAs oral history archive to educators and users. They will present regionally specific foodways oral histories that can be used to foster place-based learning. While this workshop is geared towards educators, anyone who wants to use oral history archives to illustrate a thesis is welcome to attend.  

In addition to providing ideas and thoughts on how to use SFA archives in the classroom, teaching, and learning, the workshop will also teach others how to use oral histories as primary sources and creative commons licenses to present this work.

The workshop will be conducted on Zoom. Registered participants will receive a Zoom calling code the day before the event.

Presenters

Annemarie Anderson is oral historian for the Southern Foodways Alliance. She earned a masters degree in oral history from the University of Florida in 2017, as the first graduate of that program. She also received her bachelors degrees in English and history from UF.

Jessica Taylor is Director of Public History and assistant professor at Virginia Tech. She received her PhD from University of Florida in 2017 for her research on Native American life in Virginia. Her work examines landscape change in the South from the early modern period to the twentieth century. She teaches students about oral history and Native American history, and co-directed the Tidewater Virginia oral history project for the SFA.


Schedule
1:00-2:30 p.m.Presentation on Archives and Creative Commons Resources
2:30-3:00 p.m. Question and answer session

Date: May 21, 2020
Time: 1:00-3:00 p.m. CT
Cost: $20

All sales are final.

Location

Southern Foodways Alliance Zoom Room (View)
Barnard Observatory
Oxford, MS 38677
United States

Categories

Online / Streaming / Virtual
Education > Classes

Minimum Age: 16
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

Contact

Owner: Southern Foodways Alliance
On BPT Since: Feb 26, 2013
 
Mary Beth Lasseter
662-607-2054
marybeth@southernfoodways.org
www.southernfoodways.org


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