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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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Summer Language

Oscar López talks about University of New Mexico’s Center for English Language and American Culture (CELAC). From San Salvador, El Salvador, Oscar attended the program at UNM in the Spring of 2015, in addition to further dedicated study at the

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Appreciation

Narrator John Saucedo talks about the people of Albuquerque and appreciation for video game culture. Recorded 28 April 2015 at ABC Special Collections Library.

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Mp3 Generation

CSU-Pueblo political science student Logan Dunnagan considers the Mp3 generation, net neutrality, and 2011s Stop Online Piracy Act. In a recent blog post, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler introduced Access to the Underserved and the WI-FI E-Rate Modernization proposal to serve

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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 performance or sound event, writing and sound recording are a presence within contextually social and monetary use of the body and its energy. Should a storyteller chose not to be recorded, another may choose to tell the story as

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David Lee

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

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