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Introduction to Oral History: Wake Forest Oral History Projects

This LibGuide will provide information and resources for the practice of oral history.

Project List

One of the advantages to oral history is it enables you to capture an experience or perspective not documented in traditional historical resources. You can ask questions, which will give future researchers valuable information about the lives we lead today.  There are a number of oral history projects currently going on, in addition to some of these past projects listed below. This page will be continually updated as we make the interviews (videos and transcripts) available online:

175th Wake Forest Anniversary Oral History Project

History of Wake Forest Oral History Project

St. Benedict the Moor Catholic Church 75th Anniversary Oral History Project

StoryCorps: https://wakespace.lib.wfu.edu/handle/10339/26220

Voices of Wake Forest

Wake at Work Oral Histories

Director, Special Collections & Archives

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Tanya Zanish-Belcher
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Director and University Archivist
Liaison-Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies
Special Collections & Archives
Rm. 625, PO Box 7777
Z. Smith Reynolds Library
Winston-Salem, NC
27109
336-758-5755
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