Angela Zusman offers an informative guidebook with step-by-step directions for planning and implementing intergenerational oral history projects, using youth to interview elders. An expert on these programs, Zusman uses her experiences and those of other oral historians to show how community projects are organized, youthful historians located and trained, interviews conducted, and the project archived for future community needs. Included are a variety of sample documents and case studies designed to ease the process for the uninitiated.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements Introduction: The Value of Stories Chapter One: History and Benefits of Oral History Chapter Two: Project Overview Chapter Three: Preparation Chapter Four: Bring on the Youth Chapter Five: Interviews Chapter Six: Archiving Chapter Seven: Assimilation Appendices About the Author
Angela Zusman has many years experience as an oral historian, writer, editor, book consultant and book artist. In addition to managing oral history projects and writing books, Angela founded the company Uniquely Perfect to help others tell their stories. Read more about her on her website, at www.uniquelyperfect.com.