Approved Submissions

XXII IOHA International Conference - Oral History in a Digital and Audiovisual World

APPROVED SUBMISSIONS

 

WORKSHOP

 

AUTHOR / AUTOR(A)

TITLE / TÍTULO

1

Anh Nguyen Austen

Digital Diasporas: Research Methods for Public History Explorations

2

Benji de la Piedra

Evolving Our Oral History Hero-Complexes

3

Cameron Mark Vanderscoff, Alexyss McClellan-Ufugusuku

From Oral History to "Vocal Justice": Undergraduate Education, Social Amplification, and Public Memory

4

Jonathan Coulis, Thomas D. Rogers

Workshopping the Interview: Plural Perspectives on the Core of Oral Historical Practice

5

Kotler, Echezuri, Luverá

Las prácticas de la historia oral en ámbitos no académicos

6

Lauren Kata, Natalie Milbrodt

Your Metadata Guide for the Multiverse: A process and tools for use in any oral history project

7

Lucas Maceno Sales, Leandro Seawright

Project in Applied Oral History: How to do, How to Think

8

Marcela Boni Evangelista

30 years of interviews: the experience of the Nucleus of Oral History Studies at USP

9

Maylei Blackwell, Maria Cotera, Michelle Habell-Pállan, Michelle Vasquez Ruiz

Indigenous and Chicana Feminist Practices of Oral Histories in the Age Digital Archives

10

Ninna de Araújo Carneiro Lima

Recording, management, preservation and diffusion of oral history interviews

 

 

AUDIOVISUAL

 

Autor

Título

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Ana Maria Mauad

Learning Arara Language with Txakira ( Arara Community Cachoeira Seca, Pará, Brasil, 2019)

2

Carrasco Urrutia

Relatos y Memorias orales del Norlitoral de la Patagonia Aysén - Chile; Registro Documental

3

Damian Castro, Leonor Ward, Alexander Andrew, Annie Piccard, Mary-Jannet Hill, Christine Poker

Innu Minuennium

4

Emma Louise Christopher

We the Cimarrons: Oral History and Resistance in the Yurumangui, Colombia

5

Fernando Sousa

Memórias de Aço

6

Gabriel Barbosa, Fernando Sousa

Nosso Sagrado

7

Gabriel Barbosa, Fernando Sousa

Nossos Mortos Têm Voz

8

Gabriel Cardoso Borges Silva

April Revolution Photo

9

Gabriel Cardoso Borges Silva

The Independence of Cape Verde: an interview with Commander Pedro Pires

10

Joyce-Zoe Farley

In Absentia: The Lost Ones of America’s/Motown’s Revolution(s)

11

Mayra Jucá

Dialogues over Pira

 

 

PAPER

 

AUTHOR / AUTOR(A)

TITLE / TÍTULO

1

Adriana Kapała

Oral history – oral community. Role of the community archives in polish narratives.

2

Aisha Bilkhair

Afro-Emirati: Historical Community, Assimilated Identity and Socio- Cultural Influence

3

Alejandra Oberti

Between words and emotion. Testimonial voices of transgressive women

4

Alejandro Guardado

De Ahí Salió la Solidaridad: A Liberationist History of Reflecting and Responding in Late 20th Century Oaxaca

5

Alessandra Izabel de Carvalho, Robson Laverdi, Evelyn Roberta Nimmo

Public history and orality in the presentation of the project Traditional and Agroecological Systems of Yerba Mate in the Araucaria Forest to the GIAHS/FAO Program

6

Alessandro Casellato

Visual-verbal #MeToo stories of housekeepers

7

Alice Beatriz da Silva Gordo Lang

ABHO and its History

8

Alissa Rae Funderburk, Fanny Julissa Garcia

The Role of Narrator Compensation in the Case for Reparations and Restitution

9

Alissa Rae Funderburk, Micah H. Mizukami, Dietrix Jon Ulukoa Duhaylonsod

Translation and Transcription: Destandardizing the archive

10

Alistair Thomson

Researching family life: oral history archives and secondary analysis

11

Almut Leh

Oral-History.Digital - exploring new ways of indexing and making interviews available in online archives

12

Alyn Gamble

A Great Place to Meet: Oral histories of LGBTQ+ members of a mutual aid addiction recovery facility

13

Amy Starecheski

The Oral History Interview as a Space for History-Making: Recreating a Usable Past in the Early Months of the Covid Pandemic

14

Ana Lucia Guedes-Pinto

Relatos de lectura y memoria en investigaciones con docentes: registros de caminos formativos de la profesión docente

15

Ana María de la O Castellanos Pinzon

Enseñanza de la historia Oral en el Sistema Universitario del Adulto Mayor de la Universidad de Guadalajara

16

Andréa Cristina de Barros Queiroz

The creation of the Oral History collection about professors who were expelled during the civil-military dictatorship at UFRJ

17

Antje Van Kerckhove

Interpreting silence in vaginismus sufferers’ narratives of sex

18

Arzu Ozturkmen

Bodily Responses to Everyday Life in A Black Sea Town: Narratives of Women’s Ways of Moving

19

Berenice Ortega Bayona

La Historia Oral Como Herramienta Metodologica Interdisciplinaria: Implementacion De Un Archivo Y Taller En La UNAM

20

Bernardo Buarque, Raphael Rajão Ribeiro

The unexpected in an interview archive: José Sebastião Witter and the “Memories of Soccer” project at the Museum of Sound and Image (MIS-São Paulo/Brazil)

21

Bibiana Harrote Pereira da Silva

Viemos trazer de volta a natureza, viemos trazer de volta a cultura" / "We came to bring back the nature, we came to bring back the culture" : Oral history at Xokleng Konglui people territorial recovery at São Francisco de Paula/RS - Brazil

22

Bjørn Enes

Oral history is intangible world heritage

23

Brad H Wright

Recent History of the Rio Santiago, Industrial Contamination, and Popular Organizing for Community Health in Jalisco, Mexico

24

Bruna Aparecida Gomes Coelho

La mujeres no están al margen”: La ampliación de la ocupación femenina en la samba carioca

25

Bruna Lamego Domingos

Guarani Cinema in Formation

26

Bruno Capilé, Cristiane Mendes Netto, Patrícia Falco Genovez, Lise Fernanda Sedrez

Redes de solidaridad en tiempos de inundación del Río Doce, Governador Valadares, Minas Gerais, Brasil.

27

Camilla Gomes

IPHAN’s cultural heritage policies and the narrative of an interview

28

Carla Simone Rodeghero, Rodrigo de Azevedo Weimer

Oral History of the pandemic: remote interviews and ethical challenges

29

Carlo Alexander Carrillo Galvis

Between streets, scissors and resistance, there is no one else, only you.

30

Carlos Angel Ordas, Mònica Pérez Masoliver

Dictatorship, gender and construction of memory. The case of Castelldefels during the Franco dictatorship (1930-1969)

31

Carlos I Hernandez

La influencia puertorriqueña en la Revolución Sandinista de Nicaragua

32

Christa Patricia Whitney

Processing for Multilingual Interviews

33

Christine Douxami

historia oral y performance

34

Clelly Alexander Johnson

The Meaning of Work: Race and Gender Bias

35

Dalrun Kaldakvisl Eygerdardottir

Visual-verbal #MeToo stories of housekeepers

36

Daniel Leão

Interviews in João Moreira Salles' cinema

37

Daniela Garino

Willkommen! Los Alemanes en Uruguay a través de la Historia Oral

38

David Beorlegui

Un recorrido por los senderos de la memoria feminista en España y el País Vasco (1968-1986)

39

Denise Barata

The Black Songs in Rio de Janeiro

40

Dietrix Jon Ulukoa Duhaylonsod, Pretenciana "Ciana" Rosario

The Lanchu (Ranch) Project: An Oral History Project from the Mariana Islands of the Pacific

41

Dulce María Núñez Oseguera

Entre lo poético y la poesía, una voz “rural” dentro del cine experimental mexicano Territorios de denuncia desde la oralidad, la corporalidad y el anonimato en La fórmula secreta (1965) dirigida por Rubén Gámez

42

Edbert Jay Cabrillos

Educational Challenges in the New Normal: An Oral History Project in Antique, Central Philippines

43

Edidiong Ekefre

Recording The Voices Of Female Victims Of Boko Haram In The Lake Chad Basin Region

44

Eliot Perrin

A Linguistic Litmus Test: The Role of Language in the lives of Franco-Ontarians Beyond Heartland Regions

45

Elizabeth Visser

I Have That Clip Here!”: The Spectre Of Digital Media In The Construction And Narration Of Life Histories

46

Elson de Assis Rabelo

El fotógrafo como archivista: la historia oral, las imágenes y la memoria de los movimientos negros contemporáneos en Bahia

47

Emma Harake

From home to gallery: personal objects as a vector for sharing authority

48

Eriko Yamamoto

Embracing Humility and Hope: Oral Histories of Early Japanese Fulbrighters

49

Erin Jessee

Tackling the Climate Crisis in Rwanda: Reflections on a Public Oral History Project

50

Fabian Serejo Santana

Think Right: Engagement and Social Transformation in Paraíso do Tocantins in times of pandemic

51

Felipe Reis Pompeu de Moraes

Script of the interview granted to the Constituent Fabio José Feldmann

52

Fernanda Balzacchi de Moura Morais

The open wound of the Brazilian community in Japan”: narratives on school evasion and juvenile delinquency in the late 1990s and early 2000s

53

Fernanda Rollo

Who is in Gorongosa Park has everything to work

54

Florencia Ruiz Mendoza

Embodiment and Intersubjectivity in the Digital Era: An Epistemological Approach about the Practice of Oral History in 2022.

55

Foteini Aravani

Listening to London: Community Research in Oral Histories

56

G Koffink

of His body / bloated and bruised / of some salted sea / will take us with Him: or how to be the conduit for your dead chosen family

57

Gabriel Amato Bruno de Lima

A Picture of Us Hanging on the Principal’s Wall: Remembering Contemporary Student Activism Through Visual Culture and Oral History

58

Gabriel Cardoso Borges Silva, Helena Monahan

Oral History and podcasts: the FGV CPDOC experience

59

Gerardo Necoechea Gracia, Alicia de los Rios Merino, Alonso Getino Lima

Student protest and repression: 10 June 1971, Mexico

60

Graciela Ruth Browarnik

Del panfleto al Under Estrategias de agitación y provocación con títeres en los ochenta alfonsinistas

61

Hana Bortlova-Vondrakova

Even Historians Are Just People… Or Aren´t They? Challenges of Today´s Czech Oral History on the Example of Research into the History of Historiography between Late Socialism and the Post-Socialist Transformation

62

Hariagi Borba Nunes

Talking about us: border views in Oral History

63

Heléna Huhák

Educating the Communists. Political Agitation as Work and the Everyday Life of the Communist Party in Hungary

64

Helena Stringari Gonçalves

Analysis of a literary mapping study on Northern and Northeastern Santa Catarina (1969): life writing and its affiliations with literature

65

Helena Taborda Monahan

Observing traces of oral and art history in Ndyuka Maroon Audiovisual productions

66

Heliana de Barros Conde Rodrigues, Rosimeri oliveira dias

Darcy Cléa, Where More Tiene You Have To Show - Fictions and truths about an unforgettable teacher

67

Hibiki Takeda

Connections and Conflicts of Kinship between Japan and Korean Peninsula: Issues on the “grave” and worship for the ancestor

68

Hilda Hernández

Memorias campesinas de políticas neoliberales en el norte de México.

69

Humberto Dan Suárez

The Use Of Oral Sources In The Learning And Teaching Of History: An Experience In Non-University Teaching.

70

Ianna Torres Lustosa

Oral History and School Culture in social networks: digital sources in the constitution of the History of Educational Institutions

71

Indranil Chakraborty

Abandoned Labour: Stories of Laid-off Sears Workers and Retirees

72

Ingrid Lorena Torres, Jose Joaquin Vargas Camacho

Teachers, class and resistance: the classroom as an exercise in the production of the female subject

73

Inka Engel, Peter-Erwin Jansen

Oral History as part of today's research – a citizen science study of the family history of natives and migrants and their relationship to Nazi history

74

Irène Herrmann, Renata Latala

Witnesses’ Memories and Historians’ Questions: Reflections on the Public’s Experience of the Virtual Exhibition “1980. A Moment of Solidarity”

75

Isabel Feix, Everardo Rocha, Bruna Aucar

Brazilian communication memories: a study about consumption representations for elderly people

76

Jakub Galeziowski

Inverted power structure in oral history interviews with businessmen.

77

James R. Karmel

Oral History & the American Civil Rights Era

78

Jana Wohlmuth Markupová

Oral history and historical biography: best of both worlds?

79

Javier A. Arce-Nazario

More then H20: Exploring the Biophysical and Social Dimensions of

80

Jillian Lucy de Fresnes

From wax cylinders to digital devices: the use of technology in oral history and education

81

Jiri Hlavacek

Changes in the emergency medical service system: Oral history with Czech paramedics (1952-2003)

82

Jocyleia Santana dos Santos

Oral History In The Post-Graduation Course In Education In Tocantins

83

John Choo

Inhaling the Breath of Another’: Negotiating Digital and Physical Presence in Religious and Educational Spaces during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Singapore

84

Jon Sewell

The Meaning of Work: Creativity as Labor

85

Jonathan William Ritchie

Truth-telling on Australia’s colonial frontier in Papua New Guinea

86

Joseph Black

Oral histories of gay Chinese students in Australia: Playing Western and Chinese sexualities

87

Joseph Plaster

Performing Oral History in Collaboration with Black LGBTQ Artists

88

Juan Andrés Esteva, Juan Andrés Esteva Salazar

Ten years from #YoSoy132 what was so many flames?

89

Juliana Carolina de Andrade Krone

La Historia Oral Como Fuente Para La Investigación De La Historia De La Educacíon: Um Estudio De Las Escuelas Rurales Del Municipio De Jacarezinho, Estado De Paraná, Brasil, Em La Década De 1970

90

Jun Oguro

How TV social documentaries have been produced in Japan? ; The case of "Sediments of Memories" (2017), which collected testimonies of war perpetrators and victims

91

Kathryn L. Nasstrom

The Tibetan Land Speaks: Oral Histories of Political Violence and the Land”

92

Klara Kohoutová, Lucia Heldáková

The transfer of the German minority from Czechoslovakia: sites of memory

93

Leandro Seawright

Oral history and human rights - communities of destination

94

Lenka Kratka

I already forgot it.” Interpretation of incomplete narratives, “silence” in interviews

95

Leslie Joan McCartney

Creative Solutions Found to Allow Online Access to the University of Alaska Fairbanks Oral History Collection

96

Liniane Haag Brum

Paul Singer, A Militant Utopia”: Public Life, Personal Trajectory And Oral History

97

Lívia Morais Garcia Lima

Covid-19 pandemic and narratives of elderly people in the East Zone of São Paulo

98

Lucas Gabriel Pereira da Silva, Gustavo Goulart Moreira Moura

Entre Cuentos: La participación de la oralidad en la construcción del mito Ataíde

99

Lucas Henrique da Silva Lima, Ketlyn Cristina da Silva Alves

Conceptions Of Oral History: Reflections On A Set Of Interviews From The Univille's Oral History Laboratory Collection (1980-2000)

100

Lucas Maceno Sales

Field Concerns: Thinking The Operation In Applied Oral History By Indigenous Collaborators

101

Lucas Maceno Sales, Paula Yuri Shimonishi Lardo

Encounters and disagreements: a comparative analysis of oral history between Brazil and the United States in the digital age.

102

Luísa Maiola de Araujo

Stories of another pandemic: the stretcher workers as protagonists in the coping with Covid-19

103

Luiz Henrique Blume

The dictatorship did not come around here": disputes for the memory in Ilhéus, Bahia, 1964-1985.

104

Malgorzata Łukianow

Memory at war: oral histories of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict

105

Marcos Fábio Freire Montysuma

Recuerdos de las luchas de los trabajadores del caucho en Xapuri

106

Maria Adamopoulou

Echo-documents: using oral testimonies as ego-documents in the history of the Gastarbeiter migration to Germany (1960-1989)

107

María Concepción Martinez Omaña, Antonio Padilla

Memory of an educational experience: from student to rural teacher in the Normal Rural School of Mactumatzá, Chiapas, Mexico

108

Maria Elizabeth Barros

Maria da Gloria, insubmissions and revolts – A teacher in disarray

109

María Luisa Iglesias-Hernández

Una Cúpula Nómada por la ciudad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

110

Maria Teresa Toribio Brittes Lemos

Mujeres inmigrantes – actuación del Comité de Damas Bolivianas en la Ciudad de Río de Janeiro

111

Mariana Mejía

Territorios, identificaciones y narrativas en la península de Yucatán: los megaproyectos desde el trabajo fotográfico de Robin Canul

112

Marie Barešová

My Greatest Joy Was a Sold Out Movie Theater. Cinema Employees in Socialistic Czechoslovakia 1960–⁠⁠⁠1990

113

Marieta Moraes Ferreira

Institutionalization and expansion of Oral History 1996-2021 : IOHA’S 25nd anniversary

114

Mark Alexander Cave

What Makes Us Feel: Using Oral History to Explore our Relationship with Wildlife

115

Martha Norkunas

Creating Feminist Spaces: Women Imagine Safe Cities and Towns

116

Mauricio Borrero

Building a Colombian Cycling Oral History Archive: Challenges and Opportunities

117

Md Pervejur Rahaman

Bengali Muslims: Return to Noakhali from Calcutta

118

Miao Tian

Preserving Collective Memory of Ethnic Minorities with A Very Small Population: An Interdisciplinary Work of Oral History and Oral Tradition

119

Michael John

Children in Care - Interviews and interrogations. Cases from Austria 1945 - 1999

120

Michael Kilburn

From Oral History to Narratology: 10 year retrospective of the Endicott Narrative Studies Group

121

Michelle Aanderud Ochoa

Los testimonios sobre la vida de los normalistas de Ayotzinapa como parte del proceso de producción de la imagen gráfica en Tributo a los 43 de Jan Nimmo

122

Milene Gomes Ferreira

Research in Oral History in the Pandemic: Reflections and developments

123

Miren Llona

El tiempo de la subjetividad. Los significados de ser mujer en el franquismo.

124

Mireya Olvera Hernández

Casa Rafael Galván: memory space for the trade union history of the 20th century in Mexico

125

Miroslav Vaněk

From a crisis towards a longitudinal oral history? On oral-historical research in the times of the covid-19 pandemic

126

Najma Yusufi

Hybridity in Transnational literature

127

Naomi Frost, Anna Sheftel

Cemetery as Metaphor: Oral Histories of the Dead at Montreal’s Back River Memorial Gardens

128

Nayeli Fabiola Moctezuma Moreno

La memoria como testimonio de militancia y compromiso político: Mujeres antifranquistas en el Mayo del 68

129

Nelson Correia

Managing the legal, ethical and security risks of a dual-purpose oral history project involving multiple organizations: The experience of the 'Film Bang' project in Scotland

130

Nina Pamplona Esteves

Orlando Miranda and his contribution to the Performing Arts - a selection from 1965 to 1985

131

Odaléa Barbosa Sousa

La Historia De La Infancia Contada De Aquí, Del Jalapão.

132

Outi Marja Fingerroos

Translocal lives and memories between Finland and Sweden

133

Patricia Elizabeth Sampaoli

Ramón, from Catamarca to the Fiscal Oil Fields in Southern Patagonia

134

Paulo Jorge

Oral History in the study of the resistance against the Estado Novo (1933-1974)

135

Pavel Mücke

Children of Liberty…?! Post-Cold War 1990s Era in the Collective Memory of Czecho/Slovak and Post-Soviet Generations (born in 1970s)

136

Philippe Denis

Searching for the voice of black religious men and women in interwar South Africa

137

Pilar Adriana Rey Hernández

Narrativas sobre la vivienda: el caso del multifamiliar de Tlatelolco

138

Pilar Dominguez

Trayectorias transnacionales de militancia de la segunda generación del exilio republicano

139

Rachael Griffiths, Anna Sehnalova, Daniel Wojahn

Connecting to Community: digital technology, trans-cultural inclusivity, and accessibility

140

Radmila Svarickova Slabakova

Oral History, Multimedia and Museums of the Second World War

141

Rajesh Prasad

Lower Caste Narratives beyond Politics: Interviewing the Survivors of Caste Massacres in India

142

Raúl Antonio Buendía Chavarría

Temp/Oralidad. Reconstrucción De La Experiencia Del Tiempo

143

Ricardo Santhiago

Like the flame of a candle that goes out”: Contiguities between oral history and personal archives in the documentation of an artist’s trajectory

144

Rocío Ruiz Lagier, Ana Laura Ramos Saslavsky

La reconstrucción de la historia familiar en la segunda generación del exilio argentino. Retos, complejidades y dificultades

145

Rodrigo Freire de Carvalho e Silva, Monique Cittadino

Memoria E Historia En La Dictadura Militar: La Actuación De Militantes Religiosos Y Laicos En Paraíba (1966-1981)

146

Rubén Isidoro Kotler, Walter Fernando Soria

La formación del Sindicato de Empleados y Obreros de la Universidad Nacional de Tucumán durante el primer peronismo

147

Samir Ketf, Saeideh Mahrami

Smart interview, Technology and solving the challenges in an interview (Part II Practical Usage)

148

Sándor Horváth

Work and Narratives of Former Communist Party Members in Hungary

149

Saori Kato

Amami (Japanese) Brazilian immigration history and identity formations.

150

Sarah Foss

Oral Histories of Community Organizing Around Oklahoma’s Anti-Immigrant Legislation

151

Sharon Kangisser Cohen

Working together: Publication of the Diaries of Child Survivor Yehuda Bacon

152

Silva Sevlian

Final Frontier of Parenting: Repatriating to the Homeland

153

Stephen M Sloan

Oral History and the Environment

154

Subhasree Ghosh

Myriad Facets Of Oral Narratives: East Bengali Migrants And Construction Of 'home'

155

Sumallya Mukhopadhyay

Learning to Affectively Listen in a Digital Age

156

Sumaya Mattar

Acervo de múltiplas vozes: registro, preservação e disseminação de narrativas de experiências com arte e educação

157

Tania Ocampo Saravia

La persistencia de la memoria. La historia oral y la construcción de nuevos archivos.

158

Tinne Claes

Public history, shared authority and the right of reply: experiences from an oral history project about sperm banks

159

Tomoyo Nakao

The intergenerational trauma of POWs and visual oral history

160

Tricia Logan

Oral History Recordings & Indigenous Peoples: The Access and Use of Stories of Settler Colonial Genocide in Canada

161

Valentina Siniego, Ana Laura Ramos Saslavsky

Primos. Exilio, preguntas y silencios. Reconstrucción de una memoria colectiva.

162

Verônica Sales Pereira

Mediat(is)ed pasts: the place of the documentary as a repository of the urban memory in the labour and housing movement

163

Vicent Bellver Loizaga

Y viví los noventa con gran ilusión’: emociones y construcción de la subjetividad a través de la experiencia del Kasal Popular Flora (València, 1991-1996)

164

Virginia Millington

Looking Back at Three Years of Online Access to StoryCorps

165

Vivian Fonseca

Oral history collections as sports heritage: notes from the project Memory of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games

166

Weslley dos Santos Graper

The Memory Of Integralism In The City Of Joinville In Interviews Of The Univille's Oral History Laboratory (Lho) Produced In The Decade Of 1980

167

Wladimyr Sena Araújo, Andrea Casa Nova Maia

Orality and Imagen among the Noke Ko´í (Katukina) of the Western Amazon

168

Yu Cui

Population Aging, Local Journalism and Democracy: Oral History of Chinese-Ethnic Senior Citizens in NYC

169

Zeila Demartini, Issaka Maïnassara Bano

Actions Of African Immigrants As Cultural Mediators Between Africa And Brazil – Facing Prejudices, Building Dialogues