The evolution and the various stages of women's history is the essence of this article. This article records women's history on a more personal way. Over the years, Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies has published four special issues on women's oral history, which serve as chronological markers for the development of women's oral history. The author of this article built up her own methodology in order to record the oral history of women. The early days of carrying out women's oral history were exhilarating. The focus was laid upon women who formed the marginalized of society. Miners' wives, farmers' wives who remembered the Dust Bowl, even a single woman homesteader were interviewed and it was their experiences which were accounted for in recording women's history.
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Oral history interviews are currently undergoing processing, and interview audio is available to access through the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program offices. Please contact us for more information. The Asian American History Project will continue to work with the Association of Asian Alumni to fill gaps in the history of Asian students and student organizations at the University of Florida. In the Summer of Zensation , a family-owned Asian retail store in Jacksonville, Florida, announced that it was closing its door on May 31st. She hopes to document the history of other Asian and Asian American owned businesses throughout Florida.
Al Hoang. Sesh Bala oral history interview and transcript Sesh Bala was the president of Daya from , an organization based in Houston, Texas focused on helping South Asian women, children, and families who are victims of domestic abuse. He had previously been interviewed by HAAA about his life…. Marguerite Gee Royse oral history interview and transcript Marguerite Gee Royse was born in in Houston, Texas as the youngest in a family of 12 children. As one of the early Chinese families in Houston, her father opened up multiple grocery stores in Houston, serving mainly the Black population during….