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  • HUM 301 Introduction to Oral History
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    Oral History is an accessible research methodology that provides everyday stories with a place in the historical record. In this interactive course, you will uncover the origins of oral history as a distinct research methodology and learn what steps you need to take to begin your project. You will also discover the ways the Institute for Diversity and Civic Life uses oral history as a means to explore the diversity of lived religions in Texas. Skills: Analytical Thinking, Cultural Literacy, Diversity, Empathy, Oral History, Research, Resilience Time: Non-Credit: 3 hours Level: College, Graduate, Professional Development
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