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Webinar 4: Accessing and Using Oral History

Description: Video recording of the fourth webinar from the Oral History Forum. The theme of the last webinar of the series explores innovative uses of oral history collections and pushes for equitable access to oral history collections.
Date: February 22, 2023
Duration: 1 hour 31 minutes 28 seconds
Creator: Marcus, Eric; Sullivan, Sady & Sielaff, Steven
Partner: University of North Texas
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Webinar 3: Preserving and Archiving Oral History Collections

Description: Video recording of the third webinar from the Oral History Forum. The theme of the webinar explore best practices and considerations for ethically informed preservation and archiving of oral history.
Date: February 15, 2023
Duration: 1 hour 29 minutes 49 seconds
Creator: Alvarez, Carla O.; Phillips, Mark Edward; Hughes-Watkins, Lae'l & Turner, Francena F. L.
Partner: University of North Texas
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Webinar 2: Creating and Collecting Oral History

Description: Video recording of the second webinar from the Oral History Forum. The theme of the webinar explores the relevant issues and concerns regarding creating and generating oral histories in a time of social and technological change.
Date: February 8, 2023
Duration: 1 hour 28 minutes 40 seconds
Creator: Reeves, Troy; Milbrodt, Natalie & Milligan, Sarah
Partner: University of North Texas
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Webinar 1: Oral History and Communities

Description: Video recording of the first webinar from the Oral History Forum. The theme of the webinar explores how community identity, history, activism, and experiences are represented through oral history.
Date: February 1, 2023
Duration: 1 hour 32 minutes 19 seconds
Creator: Cain, Adrienne; Piedra, Benji de la & Lee, Jamie A.
Partner: University of North Texas
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Connecting Communities with Libraries, Archives, and Historians through Oral Histories

Description: Grant narrative for the grant, "Connecting Communities with Libraries, Archives, and Historians Through Oral Histories." The University of North Texas (UNT) Department of Information Science, partnering with the UNT Oral History Program, will host a series of forums to identify best practices and strategies to respond to challenges around building, implementing, preserving, and accessing community oral history projects. The project team will convene librarians, archivists, oral history practiti… more
Date: 2022
Creator: Kim, Jeonghyun; Moye, J. Todd & Roeschley, Ana
Partner: University of North Texas
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Pilgrimage and Textual Culture

Description: This article considers issues of reading and writing before, during, and after medieval pilgrimages, as well as the methodological and historical issues at stake for both pilgrim writers and modern scholars. In particular, the articles address the vexed issue of where — and how much — reading and writing took place around historically attested pilgrimages.
Date: January 1, 2021
Creator: Bale, Anthony & Beebe, Kathryne
Partner: UNT College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
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Adjustment for Local Ancestry in Genetic Association Analysis of Admixed Populations

Description: Presentation on the consideration of local ancestry of admixed populations, or populations comprised of genetically distinct ancestral populations which can alter their gene flow in unique ways. It was presented at the UNT Transdisciplinary Conference on Ancestral Genomics Research which was held virtually on November 20-21, 2020.
Date: November 21, 2020
Duration: 9 minutes 33 seconds
Creator: Wang, Xuexia
Partner: University of North Texas
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[Introduction and Motivation for the UNT Transdisciplinary Conference on Ancestral Genomics Research by Jennifer Wallach]

Description: Presentation from Jennifer Jensen Wallach, the chair of the Department of History at UNT, to introduce and highlight the conference's origination by Dr. Constance Hilliard and Dr. Denise Perry Simmons.
Date: November 20, 2020
Duration: 3 minutes 05 seconds
Creator: Wallach, Jennifer Jensen, 1974-
Partner: University of North Texas
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[Examining the Role of Nanomaterials and Optical Sensors for Genomics Research]

Description: This presentation introduces the possibility of using nanomaterials and optically active sensors in genomics research. The presenter shares the history and applications of nanomaterials, introduces their research into optical-luminescent sensors and optically active plasmonic nanoparticles, and explores how they might be used in genomics. It was presented at the UNT Transdisciplinary Conference on Ancestral Genomics Research which was held virtually on November 20-21, 2020.
Date: November 21, 2020
Duration: 30 minutes 37 seconds
Creator: Marpu, Sreekar
Partner: University of North Texas
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[Welcome and Introduction to the UNT Transdisciplinary Conference on Ancestral Genomics Research by Mark McLellan]

Description: Presentation from Mark McLellan, the Vice-President for Research and Innovation at UNT, to welcome attendees, introduce the University, and advocate for the importance of the diversifying genomics research. It was presented at the UNT Transdisciplinary Conference on Ancestral Genomics Research which was held virtually on November 20-21, 2020.
Date: November 20, 2020
Duration: 2 minutes 12 seconds
Creator: McLellan, Mark
Partner: University of North Texas
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Six Overlooked Hurdles to Achieving Diversity in Genomic Research

Description: This presentation is a broad overview on the challenges to achieving diversity in genomic research. It is also an introduction for the research of the other presenters at the conference. It was presented at the UNT Transdisciplinary Conference on Ancestral Genomics Research which was held virtually on November 20-21, 2020.
Date: November 20, 2020
Duration: 43 minutes 56 seconds
Creator: Hilliard, Constance
Partner: University of North Texas
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How Tiny Zebrafish and Their Surprisingly Human-Like Genome Can Benefit Medical Research

Description: Presentation highlighting the use of zebrafish to identify genes relating to predisposition to thromboembolism and cardiovascular disease in people with African ancestry. It was presented at the UNT Transdisciplinary Conference on Ancestral Genomics Research which was held virtually on November 20-21, 2020.
Date: November 21, 2020
Duration: 16 minutes 54 seconds
Creator: Jagadeeswaran, Pudur
Partner: University of North Texas
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Genomics: Shaping the Future of Health Equity in Medicine

Description: This presentation focuses the impact of genomic research on health equity, in particular mental health treatments in communities of African ancestry. The presenter also highlights the other speakers from the conference. It was presented at the UNT Transdisciplinary Conference on Ancestral Genomics Research which was held virtually on November 20-21, 2020.
Date: November 20, 2020
Duration: 12 minutes 43 seconds
Creator: Carey, Chandra Donnell
Partner: University of North Texas
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Крестьянский Союз в 1920-е годы и формирование крестьянской идентичности: модернизационный дискурс: The Peasant Union in the 1920s. The Formation of a Peasant Identity: Modernizing Discourse

Description: Book chapter discussing the Peasant Union in the 1920s, the formation of a peasant identity, and modernizing discourse.
Date: 2010
Creator: Velikanova, Olga V.
Partner: UNT College of Arts and Sciences
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The Public Perception of the Cult of Lenin Based on Archival Materials

Description: This book presents a study of collective representations in Soviet Russia concentrates on perceptions of Lenin's image from a socio-anthropological, rather than political, view. In addition to Communist Party information, official documents, memoirs and folklore, newly opened secret reports of the Soviet political police are used for the first time. The book analyzes the development of the cult from Lenin's lifetime up to the process of "de-Leninization" in the 1990s. Much of the research conce… more
Date: 2001
Creator: Velikanova, Olga V.
Partner: UNT College of Arts and Sciences

Legacy of Stalinism in Modern Russia: Historical Trauma, Memory and Forgetting

Description: This poster presentation discusses research on a transformative instructional initiative on globalizing curriculum. The project involved students learning about the legacy of Stalinism in modern Russia and connecting students to their virtual peers in Russia via the internet.
Date: April 12, 2013
Creator: Velikanova, Olga V.
Partner: UNT College of Arts and Sciences
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The Myth of the Besieged Fortress: Soviet Mass Perception in the 1920s - 1930s

Description: This work discusses Soviet mass perception from the 1920s to the 1930s. This work was supported by the Research Support Scheme of the Open Society Support Foundation, grant No. 805/1998, and by the Centre for Russian and East European Studies, University of Toronto, Canada. The work has also greatly benefitted from the discussion at the workshops held by the Stalin-Era Research and Archives Project at CREES, University of Toronto.
Date: 2002
Creator: Velikanova, Olga V.
Partner: UNT College of Arts and Sciences
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