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CSI: Oral History

By Caitlin Tyler-Richards

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In our first podcast of the season, managing editor Troy Reeves speaks with the newest addition to the Oral History Review (OHR) editorial staff, David J. Caruso. As you will learn, David wears a number of hats in the oral history community. In addition to taking John Wolford’s place as OHR book review editor, he is director of the Center for Oral History at the Chemical Heritage Foundation, and acting board-president of the non-profit organization Oral History in the Mid-Atlantic Region (OHMAR). He is not yet a seasoned actor with a penchant for serial cop drama, but we’re sure it is only a matter of time.

Welcome to the team, David!



Or listen to the podcast on the Oral History Review Soundcloud page.

The Oral History Review, published by the Oral History Association, is the U.S. journal of record for the theory and practice of oral history. Its primary mission is to explore the nature and significance of oral history and advance understanding of the field among scholars, educators, practitioners, and the general public. Follow them on Twitter at @oralhistreview, like them on Facebook, add them to your circles on Google Plus, follow them on Tumblr, listen to them on Soundcloud, or follow the latest OUPblog posts via email or RSS to preview, learn, connect, discover, and study oral history.

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  1. [...] with this issue we officially bid adieu to our long-time book review editor John Wolford and once again welcome David Caruso into the fold. (Editor’s Note: OHA members can read more about Wolford and [...]

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