oral histories (literary works)
Found in 60 Collections and/or Records:
Meghan Moore-Wilk Oral History
The interview, which took place on May 14th, 2020, is about Meghan Moore-Wilk, who is the Queens College Chief of Staff, and her hand in managing and stratigizing next steps for the college when in-person classes were shut down in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Michael Kail Oral History
Mike Wenger, Stan Shaw, and Mark Levy Oral History
Mohamed Amin Oral History
Nicola Lucchi Oral History
In this interview, Lucchi discusses the pandemic as it happened in Italy, one of the epicenters of which occurred in a small town in southern Lombardy where he grew up and where his parents still live. He also talks of his experience as a professor at Queens College who had to quickly transition to remote teaching, and how he felt his undergraduate and graduate language classes fared in the online setting.
Self conducted oral history by Maurice R. Berube recorded on Sep 29, 1997. Hand written label reads "Community Control: The Institute for Community Studies Queens College 1967-1973." Cassette tape has been digitized. Audio starts at 49 seconds mark and ends at the 39 minute mark of digital file with total length 41:41.
Richard Branciforte Oral History
This oral history records Richard Branciforte's interview as conducted by Rebecca Rushfield as part of the Queens Memory Project in October 2018. In it, he recalls his time at Queens College in the mid 1960s and specifically the role of house plans in the social fabric of the campus. He founded Kingston House, one of the most influential house plans, in 1963.
Rosalind (Silverman) Andrews Oral History
Ruth Frisz Oral History
Samuel Heilman Oral History
This oral history was an interview of Samuel Heilman, Distinguished Professor of Sociology at Queens College, by Obden Mondesir in April, 2020. In it, Professor Heilman talks about the effects of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 in his personal life and his primarily Jewish Orthodox community of New Rochelle, New York, the site of the first major American outbreak of the disease.