Adapting Critical Oral History Methodology to Freedom Movement Studies
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Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee
Published Version (Please cite this version)10.1080/00940798.2022.2096473
Publication InfoAugusto, Geri; Hogan, Wesley; & Mason-Hogans, Danita (2022). Adapting Critical Oral History Methodology to Freedom Movement Studies. The Oral History Review, 49(2). pp. 251-282. 10.1080/00940798.2022.2096473. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/26504.
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Research Professor of the John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute
Wesley Hogan is a Research Professor at the Franklin Humanities Institute and History. Between 2003-2013, she taught at Virginia State University, where she worked with the Algebra Project and the Young People’s Project. Between 2013-2021, she served as Director of the Center for Docum
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