OHMA Blog
“Moving Between” Works in Public Health and as an Artist

In this post, OHMA student Yameng Xia (2017) considers Robert Sember’s work in public health and his work as an artist based on his work and an interview she conducted. Robert Sember is an Assistant Professor of Interdisciplinary Arts at the New School’s Eugene Lang College, and a member of the international sound-art collective, Ultra-red.

Review:  “The B-Side:  ‘Negro Folklore in Texas Prisons’ A Record Album Interpretation"

In this post, part-time OHMA student Bud Kliment reviews “The B-Side:  ‘Negro Folklore in Texas Prisons’ A Record Album Interpretation’” a performance piece of musical theater and oral history based on the 1965 LP “Negro Folklore from Texas State Prisons.”

Find Your People: Dispatch about the 2017 Oral History Association Conference

In this post OHMA alum Fanny Julissa García (2016) discusses her experience at the recent 2017 Oral History Association Conference in comparison to her first visit to the conference in 2016, and her collaboration on a panel about making oral history into art.