More and More Every Day

By SMCCHistory

An oral history podcast. Season 2: Daily advice and prompts for students and practitioners of Oral History. Season 1: Daily blog and interview series of teachers and students in the COVID19 era. Brought to you by the South Phoenix Oral History Project at South Mountain Community College in partnership with the Southwest Oral History Association. Contact us: https://southphoenixoralhistory.com/historysouthmountain@gmail.com@SMCC History (Twitter/Insta)

  1. 1.
    2.61. Season 2 Finale
    4:24
  2. 2.
    2.60. The Best Advice I Ever Got (with Claytee White)
    18:09
  3. 3.
    2.59. The Best Advice I Ever Got (with Dr. Marcia Gallo)
    22:49
  4. 4.
    2.58. The Best Advice I Ever Got (with Jennifer Keil)
    28:38
  5. 5.
    2.57. The Best Advice I Ever Got (with Dr. Farina King)
    20:20
  6. 6.
    2.56. The Best Advice I Ever Got (with Liz Warren)
    16:41
  7. 7.
    2.55. Envision a Collection
    8:12
  8. 8.
    2.54. Oral Histories in Conversation
    6:04
  1. 9.
    2.53. Interviews You Conducted, and Interviews You Didn’t
    5:37
  2. 10.
    2.52. Grey Areas - Questions You Can't Get Answered
    6:56
  3. 11.
    2.51. Boundaries (ie: You’re Not a Therapist)
    11:00
  4. 12.
    2.50. Collecting, Archiving, and Analyzing – Caution for Oral Historians
    7:31
  5. 13.
    2.49. Confidence, Nerves, and Silences
    7:00
  6. 14.
    2.48. How Much Do You Really Want to Know?
    4:23
  7. 15.
    2.47. Oral Histories with Family Members
    9:51
  8. 16.
    2.46. Building a Timeline
    5:45
  9. 17.
    2.45. Considering Oral History and the Law
    4:16
  10. 18.
    2.44. Your Philosophy on Shared Authority
    6:49
  11. 19.
    2.43. Metadata
    6:25
  12. 20.
    2.42. Curating Your Interview Materials
    8:01
  13. 21.
    2.41. After the Interview – Cataloguing & Storing: Creating a Plan
    11:37
  14. 22.
    2.40. Using Your Oral Histories – Transcribing
    5:37
  15. 23.
    2.39. Using Your Oral Histories – Transcription: Creating a Plan
    8:54
  16. 24.
    2.38. Using Your Oral Histories – Biographical Stories Part III of III
    10:10
  17. 25.
    2.37. Using Your Oral Histories – Biographical Stories Part II of III
    5:31
  18. 26.
    2.36. Using Your Oral Histories – Biographical Stories Part I of III
    6:22
  19. 27.
    2.35. Using Your Oral Histories - Indexing Your Interview II of II
    8:37
  20. 28.
    2.34. Using Your Oral Histories - Indexing Your Interview I of II
    11:10
  21. 29.
    2.33. Technology - Curation
    8:23
  22. 30.
    2.32. Technology - Recording
    7:51
  23. 31.
    2.31. After the Interview: Gratitude
    6:35
  24. 32.
    2.30. Taking Care of Yourself
    4:53
  25. 33.
    2.29. Storing and Backing Up Your Interview
    5:04
  26. 34.
    2.28. The Interview
    5:34
  27. 35.
    2.27. Mock Interview
    5:15
  28. 36.
    2.26. Listen to an Interview
    3:59
  29. 37.
    2.25. Nuts and Bolts - The Interview Checklist
    8:58
  30. 38.
    2.24. Nuts and Bolts - Scheduling the Interview
    10:50
  31. 39.
    2.23. Nuts and Bolts - Gatekeepers
    8:44
  32. 40.
    2.22. Nuts and Bolts: Ethics, Consent, Future Use, and Shared Authority
    9:47
  33. 41.
    2.21. Nuts and Bolts: The Craft of Doing Oral History
    6:27
  34. 42.
    2.20. Pre-interview research: Questions based on the pre-interview phase
    6:40
  35. 43.
    2.19. Pre-interview research: Sharing and Collecting the Biographical Questionnaire
    5:38
  36. 44.
    2.18. Pre-interview research: Biographical Questionnaire
    5:23
  37. 45.
    2.17. Pre-interview research: Historical Context Questionnaire
    7:13
  38. 46.
    2.16. Pre-interview research: What do you need to know?
    8:35
  39. 47.
    2.15. Interviews or Projects: Your Intended Scope
    7:13
  40. 48.
    2.14. Using the Five Senses to Ask Questions
    3:50
  41. 49.
    2.13. You and Your Narrator in Historical Context, Part II
    9:10
  42. 50.
    2.12. You and Your Narrator in Historical Context, Part I
    10:29

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