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Beyond Women's Words Feminisms and the Practices of Oral History in the Twenty-First Century

Author: Katrina Srigley; Stacey Zembrzycki; Franca Iacovetta
Publisher: Milton Routledge 2018
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- List of figures -- Biographies -- Preface and acknowledgments -- Foreword -- Introduction -- Section 1 Reflections on women's words -- Section introduction -- 1 "That's not what I said": A reprise 25 years on -- 2 The positionality of narrators and interviewers: Methodological comments on oral history with Anglo-Indian
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Computer File, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Katrina Srigley; Stacey Zembrzycki; Franca Iacovetta
ISBN: 9781351123815 1351123815 9780815357711 0815357710
OCLC Number: 1039542532
Description: 1 Online-Ressource (377 Seiten)
Contents: List of figuresPrefaceForeword: Sherna Berger GluckIntroduction: Franca Iacovetta, Katrina Srigley, and Stacey ZembrzyckiSection 1: Reflections on Women's WordsSection Introduction: Linda ShopesChapter 1 Katherine Borland, "That's Not What I Said": A Reprise 25 Years On"Chapter 2 Sanchia deSouza and Jyothsna Latha Belliappa, "The Positionality of Narrators and Interviewers: Methodological Comments on Oral History with Anglo-Indian Schoolteachers in Bangalore, India"Chapter 3 Daphne Patai, "When is Enough Enough?"Chapter 4 Kathleen Blee, "Feminist Oral Histories of Racist Women"Chapter 5 Rina Benmayor, "Emotion and Pedagogy: Teaching Digital Storytelling in the Millennial Classroom"Section 2: Doing Feminist Oral History Then and NowSection Introduction: Penny SummerfieldChapter 6 Lynn Abrams, "Talking about Feminism: Reconciling Fragmented Narratives with the Feminist Research Frame"Chapter 7 Lianne C. Leddy, "'Are you only interviewing women for this?': Indigenous Feminism and Oral History"Chapter 8 Uma Chakravarthy and Ponni Arasu, "Living, Archiving, and Reflecting on Feminism and Activism in India: An Oral History with Uma Chakravarti"Chapter 9 Valerie Korinek, "Locating Lesbians, Finding 'Gay Women,' Writing Queer Histories: Reflections on Oral Histories, Identity, and Community Memory"Chapter 10 Nadje Al-Ali, "Memory, History, and Contestations in Present-Day Iraq"Section 3: Decentering and Decolonizing in Feminist Oral HistorySection Introduction: Nan Alamilla BoydChapter 11 Theresa de Langis, "Speaking Private Memory to Public Power: Oral History and Breaking the Silence on Sexual and Gender-Based Violence during the Khmer Rouge Genocide"Chapter 12 Sue Anderson, Lorina Barker, and Jaimee Hamilton, "Yarning up Oral History: An Indigenous Feminist Analysis"Chapter 13 Stephane Martelly, "'This thing we are doing here': Listening and Writing in the Montreal Life Stories Project"Chapter 14 Grace Akello, "Intersubjective Experiences and a Depiction Beyond Written Words doing Ethnography with Wartime Children in Northern Uganda"Chapter 15 Hillary Hiner, "Putting the Archive in Movement: Testimonies, Feminism, and Female Torture Survivors in Chile"Section 4: Feminists in the Field: Performance, Political Activism, and Community Engagement Section Introduction Paul OrtizChapter 16 Penny Couchie and Muriel Miguel, "Storyweaving, Indigenous Knowledge, and Process in Material Witness"Chapter 17 Sarah Loose with Amy Starecheski, "Oral History for Building Social Movements, Then and Now"Chapter 18 Suroopa Mukherjee, "Women Power and Feminine Solidarity: Oral History, Life Stories, and Trauma in the Context of an Industrial Disaster"Chapter 19 Sady Sullivan, "Public Homeplaces: Collaboration and Care in Oral History Project Design"Chapter 20 Hourig Attarian, Shahrzad Arshadi, Khadija Baker, and Kumru Bilici, "Come Wash With Us: Seeking Home in Story"Section 5: Listening to and Learning from Stories in the Digital WorldSection Introduction: Anna SheftelChapter 21 Margo Shea, "Feminist Oral History Practice in an Era of Digital Self-Representation"Chapter 22 Mary A. Larson, "The Medium is Political and the Message is Personal: Feminist Oral Histories Online"Chapter 23 Elise Chenier, "Oral History's Afterlife"Chapter 24 Ruth Percy, "Women's Words from the Archives"Chapter 25 Heather A. Howard, "'Shut the tape off and I'll tell you a story': Women's Knowledges in Urban Indigenous Community Representations"Index

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Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- List of figures -- Biographies -- Preface and acknowledgments -- Foreword -- Introduction -- Section 1 Reflections on women's words -- Section introduction -- 1 "That's not what I said": A reprise 25 years on -- 2 The positionality of narrators and interviewers: Methodological comments on oral history with Anglo-Indian schoolteachers in Bangalore, India -- 3 When is enough enough? -- 4 Feminist oral histories of racist women -- 5 Emotion and pedagogy: Teaching digital storytelling in the millennial classroom -- Section 2 Doing feminist oral history then and now -- Section introduction -- 6 Talking about feminism: Reconciling fragmented narratives with the feminist research frame -- 7 "Are you only interviewing women for this?": Indigenous feminism and oral history -- 8 Living, archiving, and reflecting on feminism and activism in India: An oral history with Uma Chakravarti -- 9 Locating lesbians, finding "gay women," writing queer histories: Reflections on oral histories, identity, and community memory -- 10 Memory, history, and contestations in present-day Iraq -- Section 3 Decentering and decolonizing in feminist oral history -- Section introduction -- 11 Speaking private memory to public power: Oral history and breaking the silence on sexual and gender-based violence during the Khmer Rouge genocide -- 12 Yarning up oral history: An Indigenous feminist analysis -- 13 "This thing we are doing here": Listening and writing in the "Montréal Life Stories" project -- 14 Intersubjective experiences and a depiction beyond written words: Doing ethnography with wartime children in northern Uganda -- 15 Putting the archive in movement: Testimonies, feminism, and female torture survivors in Chile

Section 4 Feminists in the field: Performance, political activism, and community engagement -- Section introduction -- 16 Storyweaving, Indigenous knowledge, and process in Material Witness -- 17 Oral history for building social movements, then and now -- 18 Women power and feminine solidarity: Oral history, life stories, and trauma in the context of an industrial disaster -- 19 Public homeplaces: Collaboration and care in oral history project design -- 20 Come wash with us: Seeking home in story -- Section 5 Listening to and learning from stories in the digital world -- Section introduction -- 21 Feminist oral history practice in an era of digital self-representation -- 22 The medium is political and the message is personal: Feminist oral histories online -- 23 Oral history's afterlife -- 24 Women's words from the archives -- 25 "Shut the tape off and I'll tell you a story": Women's knowledges in urban Indigenous community representations -- Index

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