In recent years more and more historians have discovered the rewards of working in sound, sharing research and interviews through sound-art, podcasts, sound walks, sound maps, installations, and other forms of sound and multi-media programming.
Curated by Dr. Charles Hardy III, this noon hour listening session will explore some of best examples of historians working in sound and sound-artists working with history.
Date: Monday, October 15, 2018, 12:30-1:20 pm
Location: Oral History Centre, Room 2B23
About Dr. Charles Hardy III
A pioneer in oral history and new media, Dr. Hardy is the producer of a number of award-winning audio-art, radio, and video exhibits, including the oral history-based radio series I Remember When: Times Gone But Not Forgotten, winner of a Corporation for Public Broadcasting Public Radio Program Award in 1983, Goin' North: Tales of the Great Migration, in 1985, This Car to the Ballpark, in 1988 and the aural history essay-in-sound I Can Almost See the Lights of Home: A Field Trip to Harlan County, Kentucky, co-authored with Alessandro Portelli, which won the Oral History Association’s Biennial Nonprint Media Award in 1999.