Lili Hamlyn Examines Rituals of Public Mourning in Columbia’s Oral History Archives
Writer Lili Hamlyn visits the Rare Book & Manuscript Library to explore the Oral History Archives for her research into grief and public mourning, particularly the 9/11 Oral History Project, which includes a range of interviews from many impacted by the attacks.
News from RBML’s Archivists and Collections Managers | March and April 2022
News from the Rare Book & Manuscript Library includes of the results of an audio and moving images initiative, a three-year project that concluded at the end of March and featured a number of newly-digitized oral history collections.
New Collection | Sheila Michaels Civil Rights Organization Oral History Collection
The Sheila Michaels Civil Rights Organization Oral History Collection offers a democratized narration of the Civil Rights Movement, through interviews with foot soldiers who made change possible through consistent, diligent activism.
Remembering How We Remember: Columbia’s 9/11 Oral History Project Allows Us to "Think About It Differently"
Mary Marshall Clark, Director of the Columbia Center for Oral History Research, discusses the Center's September 11, 2001 Oral History Project and the process of oral history under conditions of trauma.
Collection Highlight | Vartan Gregorian (1934-2021) and the Carnegie Corporation Digital Archive
To mark the passing of philanthropist Vartan Gregorian (1934-2021), President of the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Oral History Archives shares a 2000 interview from the Carnegie Corporation Digital Archive.