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The Great Conversation

  Facilitator of the Great Conversation, Randy Harris shares the importance of community dialogue and collaborative problem solving.  Hope Stories 001 –– 1h 30m. Recorded 2 March 2018 at Jardin de Los Niños La Paz Room on the Hope Campus. To

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Public History Thesis

Can the American home and workplace become sensible, inclusive, and clearly accessible to human beings?

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Hope Stories Question List

questions, thoughts, comments to consider for Hope Stories narrators

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Mesilla Valley Community of Hope Stories

This project explores human rights, access to services, and city resources as seen through the experiences of staff, community advocates, and city officials at Mesilla Valley Community of Hope (MVCH).  The New Mexico State University Public History based project seeks

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Podcasts ‘R’ Us?

Podcasts pose challenges beyond the historical applications of analog oral history methodology.  Pre-interview etiquette, in-depth narrator research, closely monitored sound recording levels and interviewing techniques all continue to be valuable skills of born-digital oral history collection; however, as the Oral

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NMSU Summer Archive Internship

Los Poblanos Open Space, September 2014

In the archive, avoid to-do “which” lists that include any list of chores, errands, or projects that cannot be processed by real human beings.  In the archive, and its companion library system, any number of misfortune, pitfall, or researcher led

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Oral History Metadata Synchronizer (OHMS)

The Oral History Metadata Synchronizer (OHMS) allows historians to display recorded spoken narrative alongside accompanied transcribed material on a single webpage. Many of the steps necessary to complete this process involve a moderate degree of digital literacy; however, patience and

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David Lee

Public History at New Mexico State University: Poverty, Homelessness, and Hunger in the New Mexico Borderlands. Email record@nmsu.edu Phone (505) 715-8779

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