Space is filling quickly. Please register at https://qnohppodcastingworkshop.eventbrite.com if you would like to attend. Lunch will be provided.
The Queer Newark Oral History Project will be hosting a special podcast workshop with Molly Graham on Thursday, December 8th at 1pm in Conklin Hall 324. This workshop will be a useful tutorial for anyone looking to start a podcast on any subject; style, script writing, narrating techniques as well as the technical aspects of editing, hosting, iTunes, and equipment will be discussed. It may be particularly beneficial for oral historians who want to create a podcast to complement their work in the field.
Thursday, December 8, 2016 at 1pm
Conklin Hall, Room 324
(History Conference Room)
RSVP by Monday, December 5th: https://qnohppodcastingworkshop.eventbrite.com (seating is limited)
Molly Graham is an oral historian, documentary radio producer and archivist with ﬁeld experience in Massachusetts, Maine and the Midwest. She attended Bates College and the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in Maine, where she’s from. Molly produced an award winning radio documentary called “Besides Life Here,” which was licensed by several NPR affiliates. She earned her M.A. in Library and Information Science from Simmons College in Boston. After Simmons, she worked as the oral historian for the Wisconsin Veterans Museum, transitioning the archives into the digital age and doubling the collection of interviews with Wisconsin connected veterans from all over the state. Last fall, she was an invited panelist at the annual Oral History Association meeting in Oklahoma City, presenting on “Digitization, Reference and Communications.” As Assistant Director of Oral History and Folklife Research, Inc., a non-profit organization she co-founded in Maine, Molly worked to record and preserve the voices and stories of Maine’s way of life, language, and history.
Please direct any questions about the workshop to Kristyn Scorsone, firstname.lastname@example.org.