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Abstract This collection contains the coursework produced by students of the Claremont Colleges' oral history classes. Currently, the collection contains materials from the oral history courses at Claremont Graduate University. The CGU History 304/Introduction to Oral History Methodology course trains graduate students in both the theoretical and practical aspects of conducting oral histories. Themes for the courses in the collection include "Women in Claremont" and "Women of Color in Southern...
Abstract The collection consists of research, writing, and teaching materials created by author, educator, and historian Matthew J. Garcia. The materials document Dr. Garcia’s work on topics related to agriculture, labor, food, immigration, ethnicity, and popular culture in California. Primary subjects of interest include the citrus industry and Mexican-American laborers in Southern California, especially the Farm Labor movement under Cesar Chavez. The collection is comprised of research materials, oral...
Dates: 1883-2016 and undated
History The Pitzer History Project was started in 1968 by founding faculty member and history professor, Werner Warmbrunn. It is a collection of oral history interviews of students, alumni, faculty and staff as well as recordings of significant events on Pitzer's campus.
Found in: 05 - Pitzer College Archives