SOHA at OHA 2019

It was wonderful seeing our network at the Oral History Association conference in Salt Lake City, Utah! Thank you for joining us. Congratulations to Dr. García, the 2019 Mink awardee, and all the award recipients. Please see some highlights from this year’s conference.

The following SOHA six sessions were held from the OHA 2019 Complete Program

009. Indigenous Voices of the Land
ROUNDTABLE
8:30 to 10:00 am, Canyons Ballroom
PANELISTS:
Wahéhshon Shiann Whitebean, Concordia University
Bridget Groat, Arizona State University
Ryan Morini, University of Florida
Ashkan Soltani Stone, Weber State University
Tommy Rock, University of Utah
Larry Cesspooch, Th rough Native Eyes Productions
CHAIR: Farina King, Northeastern State University

029. Curating Communities
PANEL
3:15 to 4:45 pm, Canyons Ballroom
PARTICIPANTS:
Curating the Revealing Confi guration of Intergenerational Latinx
Immigrant Community and Family Histories Ana Elizabeth
Rosas, University of California, Irvine
Diplomatic Delegates’s Cultural Exchanges with Historians
Shinyoung Park, Republic Of Korea Consulate General, Los Angeles
Connecting with Oral Historians and their Communities Jennifer
Keil, 70 Degrees & Southwest Oral History Association
CHAIR: Ana Elizabeth Rosas, University of California, Irvine

040. Native American Stories of Peoplehood
ROUNDTABLE
8:15 to 9:45 am, Canyons Ballroom
PANELISTS:
Sheldon Spotted Elk, Northern Cheyenne Tribe
(Tsetsehesestahase)
Midge Dellinger, Northeastern State University
Zonnie Gorman, University of New Mexico
Rachael Cassidy, University of New Mexico
Yvette Towersap-Tuell, Shoshone-Bannock Tribe
Miranda Haskie, Diné College
CHAIR: Farina King, Northeastern State University

070. Making Space for Oral History: A Town Hall
Practitioners Build and Maintain It
Meeting on Current Threats to Capacity and How
ROUNDTABLE
3:45 to 5:15 pm, Deer Valley
PANELISTS:
Natalie Fousekis, California State University, Fullerton
Michelle Little, Independent Scholar
Sarah Schmitt, Kentucky Oral History Commission, Kentucky
Historical Society
Allison Tracy-Taylor, Three First Names
Cameron Vandersco, Independent Scholar

081. Big, Small, In-Person, and Online: Discussions
on Incorporating Oral History into Undergraduate
Classrooms
ROUNDTABLE
8:30 to 10:00 am, Canyons Ballroom
PANELISTS:
Bianca Suarez, Wayne State University
Karen E. Schairer, Northern Arizona University
Marcia M. Gallo, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Nancy MacKay, San Jose State University
CHAIR: Priscilla M. Martinez, University of California, Santa
Cruz & Tucson Chinese Cultural Center

102. The South Phoenix Oral History Project:
Engaging Community College Students in Local
History
PANEL
1:30 to 3:00 pm, Powder Mountain-Solitude
PARTICIPANTS:
South Mountain Community College Turns 40: Building a Local
and Institutional Archive Summer Cherland, South Mountain
Community College
Digital Storytelling: Conducting and Using Oral History Travis
May, South Mountain Community College
Oral History and Storytelling: Ancient Skill, Modern Approach
Liz Warren, South Mountain Community College
Th e Student Experience Sydnee Carey, South Mountain
Community College
CHAIR: Summer Cherland, South Mountain Community College

See you at UNLV March 27-29, 2020. Participate by submitting a proposal. See https://www.southwestoralhistory.org/SOHA2020_CFP.pdf for more information.

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