Monthly Archives: January 2014

narrator

A realistic effort to record story, place, and memory remains crucial to narrator sense of past, present, and future story telling. The ability to perform memory during sound recording continues with keystone interview questions to help promote memory recall: the

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active sound research

During stage performance or live-sound event, writing and sound recording are a presence within contextually social and monetary use of corporeal body with its energy. Should storytellers choose not to be recorded, other storytellers may tell “Story” as their own

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Las Cruces 2018 Doña Ana County Historical Society
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David Lee

David Lee

creates dynamic open-access community archive environments for public history sound recording projects, reasonable workflow, and longterm digital preservation. Community and Public History potential narrators welcome to enquire by appointment for 2021 telephone interviews. Teams-oriented Organizational History research projects available.

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