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Oral History As/And Education: Teaching and Learning in the Classroom and Beyond
Oral History Association
2023 Annual Meeting
October 18-21, Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor
The Oral History Association invites proposals for papers and presentations for its 2023 annual meeting to be held October 18 – 21, 2023 in Baltimore, Maryland.
Oral history is the oldest form of education. For its 2023 annual meeting, the Oral History Association seeks to convene a variety of shared experiences that return the field’s consciousness to its most basic and practical roots of dialogical teaching and learning. The politics of education today are contentious, to say the least. Stories of educators being silenced have become alarmingly commonplace, and the pandemic has driven many teachers, especially secondary level, out of the classroom altogether. At the same time, however, educators have been proving their resilience and capacity for innovation. Likewise, as a field, oral history is undergoing a paradigm shift towards radical inclusivity. In this transitional moment, we hope to find new possibilities, generate new approaches, and recall and refurbish the fundamentally humanistic impulse of oral history as/and education.