Oral history interview with Lillian Herstein, American Federation of Teachers



Publisher: Microfilming Corporation of America in Sanford, N.C

Written in English
Published: Downloads: 124
Share This

Edition Notes

Statementby Betty Balanoff.
SeriesThe Twentieth century trade union woman ;, no. 10, New York Times oral history program
ContributionsBalanoff, Betty.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 2478 (H)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination2 microfiches
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3211111M
LC Control Number83117980

between schools and the people in the local area (Lyons, ). Oral history can be used to do this in history lessons. In other words, history teachers can use oral history to bring history into the present, and this can also help teachers to make history lessons more interesting, enjoyable and understandable (Demicioğlu, ). So this book, Oral History, falls right in line with the kind of depth and authenticity I've come to expect from Smith. She follows one twisted family tree (one that crosses its own branches a couple of times, if you get my drift) through hard times, farming, coal mining, disaster, and city-slicker school teachers (a disaster in their own right).Reviews: Case Study: Oral History in the Classroom by Glenn Whitman At its core, an oral history interview is story telling. So I want to begin this case study by telling you the story of the creation and evolution of the American Century Oral History Project, the largest pre-collegiate oral history project in the United States. Continue reading. The Oral History Review, published by the Oral History Association, is the U.S. journal of record for the theory and practice of oral history. Its primary mission is to explore the nature and significance of oral history and advance understanding of the field among scholars, educators, practitioners, and .

Oral history is increasingly acknowledged as a key tool for anyone studying the history of the recent past, and Oral History Theory provides a comprehensive, systematic and accessible overview of this important field. Combining the study of theories drawn from disciplines ranging from linguistics to psychoanalysis with the observations of practitioners and including extensive examples of oral Reviews: 4. Telling Lives Oral History Curriculum Guide 3 INTRODUCTION In the Spring of the Columbia University Oral History Research Office led a program to bring professional oral history training to eight 7th and 8th grade English Language Arts and Social Studies classrooms in . The study of oral history is an effective way to study larger marginalized groups, specifically women, by examining personal experiences. 1. Oral History Interview with Neuberger B. Neuberger, Interviewed by Clark Hanson. SR , Oregon Historical Society Research Library, Portland, Oregon. August 26 - Decem , Tape 1 Side 1. ERIC Identifier: ED Publication Date: Author: Siler, Carl R. Source: ERIC Clearinghouse for Social Studies/Social Science Education Bloomington IN. Oral History in the Teaching of U.S. History. ERIC Digest. Oral history is a stimulating classroom activity and an exciting process designed to increase student involvement in a United States history class and improve student.

The oral history program provides a vivid picture of the inner workings of Congress during some of the most influential times in our country’s modern history. These interviews discuss the people, events, institutions, and objects of the ever-evolving House of Representatives.

Oral history interview with Lillian Herstein, American Federation of Teachers Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Oral history interview with Lillian Herstein, [Lillian Herstein; Elizabeth Banaloff; Wayne State University.

Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs.; Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations (University of Michigan--Wayne State University). Program on Women and Work.] -- Inthe Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations of the University of Michigan. Lillian Herstein; Transcript (1 PDF), File — Box: 2, Folder: 5 Citation Staff Only Walter P.

Reuther Library; Twentieth Century Trade Union Woman: Vehicle for Social Change Oral Histories; Lillian Herstein; Transcript (1 PDF), Scope and Contents. Herstein interview was conducted between and by Elizabeth Balanoff. Between andas part of an American Federation of Teachers-sponsored project, oral historian Renee Epstein interviewed leading figures in AFT on signficant aspects of their history with the union.

From toAFT Archivist Dan Golodner concluded the project. Collection consists of transcripts and recordings of 29 interviews. Lillian Herstein came to labor activism by an unusual route for a woman of her time—not through factory work but through her career as a teacher.

When Herstein’s father died, her siblings were sent to work and only she remained in school. With their help, she graduated from Northwestern in and began teaching in small, rural schools. Lillian Herstein has written: 'Oral history interview with Lillian Herstein, American Federation of Teachers'.

Use the search bar on the upper right to retrieve: Moments in Diplomatic History, Fascinating Figures, Books and Publications and other material.

And don’t forget Poor Richard’s Podcasts. For an Advanced Search of transcripts of over oral histories, see below. For tips on how to combine search terms click here. Advanced Search: Use the box below to search oral history transcripts. For instance, you could check Ives, The Tape-recorded Interview, Neuenschwander, Oral History and the Law, or Sitton et al., Oral History, for some tried and true examples.

A release usually includes the interviewee's name and signature, the interviewer's name, the date, a statement of permission to use the interview, the name of the person or. American Federation of Teachers public Web site.

Our Mission. The American Federation of Teachers is a union of professionals that champions fairness; democracy; economic opportunity; and high-quality public education, healthcare and public services for. Oral History Interview Questions Worksheet Oral history is an interview that records a person’s recollection of experiences, thoughts, and feelings about a specific event or a period of time.

By showing how national or international events affected the lives of individuals, oral history adds a personal dimension to the study of the past.

Oral history interviews have been widely recognized by many historians as a unique and distinctive technique by which to document the history of a specific individual, family, organization or group, community, time-period, or event.

One of its first programs, a dinner on May 4,honored the great teacher and early member of the American Federation of Teachers, Lillian Herstein, born in the year of Haymarket. Following the dinner, the group made a pilgrimage to Haymarket Square and placed a.

This book recognizes 11 women who helped to build the U.S. labor movement. In chapters based on oral history interviews, they tell stories illustrating the turmoil, hardships, and accomplishments of thousands of other union women activists.

1 12 Lillian Herstein Interviewed by Elizabeth Balanoff American Federation of Teachers (AFT). This interview is available in Catherwood Library on microfiche. 1 13 Mildred Jeffrey Interviewed by Ruth Meyerowitz United Auto Workers (UWA). This interview. Hanson, Norman, Oral history interview with Norman Hanson in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Aug.

06 [microform] / conducted by Merle O. Davis. Iowa State Historical Society: referencedIn: American Federation of Teachers. National Defense Fund. American Federation of Teachers National Defense Fund records, Wayne State University.

The oral history interview The oral history portfolio; Oral history products in written, oral or media formats Methods of assessing the oral history process and product. Teacher evaluation (Also a team of teachers who have participated) Student: self evaluation; Student: peer evaluation.

and continuity of an oral history project and safeguards each interviewee's rights. Transcribing and/or Indexing Oral History Tapes Creating verbatim transcription of tapes is ideal, but these are incredibly time consuming; in general, one hour of tape-recorded interview equals approximately 50 pages of typescript, and hours of labor.

Lillian Herstein has written: 'Oral history interview with Lillian Herstein, American Federation of Teachers' What where michaels main struggles in the book heat by mike lupica. In her oral history Purdy discusses the Women’s History Conference, the National Archives Assembly, and the Society of American Archivists.

John Taylor John Taylor was a long-time archivist who started his career at NARA in in the War Records Office becoming the de facto expert on World War II military intelligence records. State Federations. American Federation of Teachers State Federations records,(bulk ). David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library: referencedIn: Herstein, Lillian.

Oral history interview with Lillian Herstein, We have been thinking about this book for twenty years. InJoyce Kornbluh, with a small seed grant from the Rockefeller Foundation to the Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations (ILIR) at the University of Michigan, initiated and directed the oral history project "The Twentieth Century Trade Union Woman: Vehicle for Social Change." The project's requests to organizations, newspapers.

The Oral History Association offers a rich variety of resources for those interested in every facet of oral history. Events lists upcoming conferences, workshops, and call for papers. H-Oralhist is a network for scholars and professionals active in studies related to oral history and is affiliated with the Oral History Association.

H-Oralhist is an important medium for discussion of oral. AMERICAN FEDERATION OF TEACHERS ORAL HISTORIES 1.

Rose Claffey 2. Charles Cogen 3. Patrick Daly 4. David Elsila 5. John Fewkes 6. Catherine McGourty 7. Carl Megel 8. Robert Porter 9. Mary Ellen Riordan Herrick Roth David Selden William Simmons Rebecca Simonson Mary and Charles Smith   Oral History Interviews.

Nothing beats listening to oral history interviews or reading interview transcripts. The stories of American history come alive, whether the narrators are friends of a president, a landscape architect of the Blue Ridge Parkway, a World War II "Rosie" who worked in shipyards, a Cold War missileer, or a former director of the National Park Service.

Oral history was established in as a modern technique for historical documentation when Columbia University historian Allan Nevins began recording the memoirs of persons significant in American Life. (North American Oral History Association, as quoted by Thomson,p.

Teacher Resources. InOHA Education Committee members developed a document that outlines principles and best practices adapted for classrooms based on the Oral History Association’s Principles and Best Practices and the American Folklife Center’s documentation and preservation guidelines and standards.

Written by Linda Shopes, this guide presents an overview of oral history and ways historians use it, tips on what questions to ask when reading or listening to oral history interviews, a sample interpretation of an interview, an annotated bibliography, and a guide to finding and using oral history online.

Making Sense of Oral History offers a place for students and teachers to begin working with oral history as historical evidence. Written by Linda Shopes, this guide presents an overview of oral history and ways historians use it, tips on questions to ask when reading or listening to oral history.

American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME). This interview is available in Catherwood Library on microfiche. Box 2. in exploring oral history. In addition to the workshops that we offer to community groups, we are happy to provide this manual as a resource and guide to oral history interviewing.

This manual includes tips on designing an oral history project; notes on preparing, conducting, and processing interviews; equipment. SMITHSONIAN FOLKLIFE AND ORAL HISTORY INTERVIEW GUIDE INTRODUCTION “In the presence of grandparent and grandchild, past and future merge in the present.” —MARGARET MEAD, American cultural anthropologist The significance of oral history rests with its potential to offer new knowledge, perspectives, and interpretations of the past.

American History the “courage and perseverance”2 they had for their land and where they lived for so many years as stated in the book written by Kehrberg. This thought process was instilled on the children they raised. Oral history interview with Lillian Eells and Luella Hardison.” Jennifer Paustenbaugh.

Okstate. Library.Smith, Richard andida. Publishing Oral History: Oral Exchange and Print ulture. Handbook of Oral History, edited by Thomas Charlton et al. New York: AltaMira Press, (): Thomas, Dorothy. A Time to Look ack and a Time to Look Ahead.

American Society of .About. This blog aims to further promote the Oral History Review’s mission of exploring the field of oral history and its conjunction with the OHR, we provide digital space to those interested in presenting ideas, thoughts, conclusions, or arguments on the topic of oral history, and connect oral history to the ideas and events that shape contemporary discussions.