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Oral History M.A. Spring Open House: January 23, 2020
6:30 PM - 11:59 PM Columbia University, Location TBD
Date: January 23, 2020 to January 23, 2020
Where: Columbia University, Location TBD, New York, New York, United States
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Please join us for an Oral History M.A. program open house on Thursday, January 23, 2020, 6:30-8:30, Location TBD. Refreshments will be served. OHMA OPEN HOUSE Information session Learn about our Future Voices Fellowship Meet OHMA students and alums Mini-interviewing workshop OHMA is the first program of its kind: a one-year interdisciplinary Master of Arts degree training students in oral history method and theory. Our graduates work in museums, historical societies, advocacy organizations, media, the arts, education, human rights, and development. OHMA is also excellent preparation for doctoral work in fields like anthropology, history, journalism, and American studies or professional degrees in law, education, or social work.  Jointly run by the Columbia Center for Oral History Research, one of the preeminent oral history centers in the world, and INCITE, a lively hub for interdisciplinary research in the humanities and social sciences, OHMA connects students with the intellectual resources of a major research university, and with the intimate society of a small cohort of talented students. During a year at OHMA, students learn the skills of digital audio and video production and editing, digital archiving, oral history project design and interviewing, and both historical and social science analysis. Working with an OHMA faculty member, each student is guided through the process of creating a thesis or capstone project. Past projects have taken the form of academic and creative essays, film and audio documentaries, performances, exhibits, and multimedia websites. OHMA students also have access to elective courses taught anywhere within the University and exclusive oral history internship opportunities. Prospective students are also welcome to meet with the OHMA director or sit in on our classes leading up to the open house. Please send us an email ( to connect and plan your visit! Please review our admissions page for further information.
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