Regensburg, Germany. By Karsten Dörre, CC BY-SA 3.0
Monday, November 12, 2018, 11:00am, Lab 4
Dr. Anna Nogar, Associate Professor of Spanish, Dr. Myrriah Gómez, Assistant Professor of Spanish, Julianna Wiggins, Master's student in Hispanic Southwest Studies, Dept. of Spanish & Portuguese
As part of the Nuevomexicana/o Baby Boomer Oral History project, a research endeavor supported by the Office of the Vice President for Research and the Center for Regional Studies, Dr. Anna Nogar, Dr. Myrriah Gómez and Julianna Wiggins designed and piloted a cross-college oral history curriculum for undergraduates. Drawing on the extant skill sets of students from the Department of Spanish and Portuguese and the Honors College, two collaborative courses currently use this curriculum to develop students’ knowledge of oral history techniques, and to implement this knowledge through field-based learning, conducting IRB-approved oral history research. In this talk, Nogar, Gómez and Wiggins discuss the design and ongoing evolution of these courses.
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