OHMAR Program


14 March 2008 Online conference sessions

Same Difference: Building Bridges through Oral History and the Arts

  • Marian Warden, Greater Harrisburg Arts Council, Union Theological Seminary, Congregation B’Nai Jeshurun, New York, NY
  • Sarah Brockus, Same Difference Interfaith Alliance, New York, NY
  • Eileen Weiss, Same Difference Interfaith Alliance, New York, NY
  • Daisy Khan, American Society for Muslim Advancement, New York, NY

Oral History as Performance in Performance

  • Della Pollock, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC

In Their Own Words, from Oral History to Visual Art, Media Art and Performance Art

  • Grace Yun, University of Connecticut, CT

Generations of Brooklyn

  • Nina Talbot, Independent Artist, Brooklyn, NY

14 March 2008 The Oral History Revue: Three Staged Oral History Performances

The Oral History Revue: Three Staged Oral History Performances, Alfred Lerner Hall Black Box Theater

  • Susan Banyas and David Ornette Cherry, freelance artists: The Hillsboro Story
  • Slash Coleman, independent artist: The Neon Man and Me
  • Gregory Ramos, University of Vermont: Border Stories

15 March 2008 Online conference sessions

Lessons from Katrina: North Gulfport, MS, Senior Adults Oral History Interviews as part of the ReActions Event at ATHE Conference in New Orleans, Summer 2007

  • Peter Harrigan, Saint Michaels College, Colchester, VT
  • Harriet Lynn, Heritage Theatre Artists' Consortium, Baltimore, MD
  • Char Nelson, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT

MISCELLANEOUS Productions: Culturally Diverse Oral History and Interdisciplinary Performance in Inner-City and Suburban Vancouver, Canada

  • Elaine Carol, MISCELLANEOUS Productions, Vancouver, Canada

Ladies First: The Oral History of B-girls in New York City in the 1990s

  • MiRi Park, Columbia University, New York, NY
  • Panel Guest TBD