researching / revising / writing

What are we working on this quarter?

Here are the exciting theses/projects in the works in MAIS! Margaret – Project (Wtr 15) All that is remembered joins Self-identity and diary writing; how identity is created with an audience. Fictionalizing an account as a respondent to a diary writing. Emily – Thesis (Spr 14) Cultural changes and woman authorship 1st generation of women authors & … Continue reading

mentoring / researching / workshops

Doing Oral History as Primary Research

A Primer on Doing Oral History as Primary Research with Professor Michael Honey: An MAIS Workshop March 17th from 6:30-8 pm in TLB 3rd floor. Professor Honey has written four award-winning books closely based on oral histories of black and white workers in the South. The most recent is Sharecropper’s Troubadour: John L. Handcox, the Southern … Continue reading