Filtering by: 2018 Workshops

OHSS Goes Back to School: The Mini-Intensive
to Sep 16

OHSS Goes Back to School: The Mini-Intensive

Instructors: Suzanne Snider
Location: Verso Books Loft 20 Jay Street, Suite 1010, Brooklyn, New York
Tuition: Sliding Scale. Read more, here

This hands-on workshop — open to all — is based on our popular 10-day intensive, covering oral history theory, method and practice. Over the course of the weekend, we’ll address interview techniques, recording tutorials, ethics, memory, trauma, annotation and experimental outcomes. Come all ye documentarians, journalists, artists, media-makers, educators and those looking to learn new things in good company! No experience necessary. Read More, here

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WORKSHOP: Oral History Intensive + Oral History & Care (HUDSON)
to Jun 29

WORKSHOP: Oral History Intensive + Oral History & Care (HUDSON)

Instructors: Suzanne Snider with guest instructors Ry Garcia-Sampson and Daniel Cogan. Additional collaborators tba
Location: Solaris, 360 Warren Street, Hudson, New York
Tuition: $1500*

Come all ye budding oral historians, artists, advocates, and researchers who wish to make of use of oral history in your practices. This immersive summer workshop is a rigorous introduction to the field of Oral History. Over the course of twelve days, we’ll cover interview techniques, project design, recording tutorials, and ethics, along with special topics related to the field. This is a great opportunity to jump-start a project in a supportive environment, or to get this training under your belt for future projects with the benefit of deadlines and critique. Participants will be conducting interviews throughout the week. No experience necessary. This year's workshop will include special sessions on 'Oral History & Care,' as led by MD/MPH candidate Ry Garcia-Sampson (Improving Health and Healthcare: A Trans Oral History Project) and Palliative Care.......Read More

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LISTENING AND LEARNING:  The Art of Conversation with Young Children
8:30 AM08:30

LISTENING AND LEARNING: The Art of Conversation with Young Children

In this special workshop for teachers working with children ages three to five, we will explore the relationship between oral history best practices and pedagogical ideals in the early childhood classroom. Specifically, we'll emphasize the use of listening, open-ended questions, and silence.
How can oral history training help us to identify our strengths, weaknesses, and preferences as speakers and as listeners? How can we respectfully inhabit our role as teacher/interviewer, using our questions to invite mutual exploration and greater understanding?.....Read More

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