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Mark Cave is Curator of manuscripts and oral historian, The Historic New Orleans Collection
Stephen M. Sloan is Assistant Professor of history and director, Institute for Oral History; Baylor University
Table of Contents
Introduction: What Remains: Reflections on Crisis Oral History, Mark Cave
Part I: Clamor 1. When All is Lost: Metanarrative in the Oral History of Hanifa, Survivor of Srebrenica, Selma Leydesdorff Oral history by Selma Leydesdorff with "Hanifa," Refugee camp, East Bosnia, April 2004
2. "To Dream My Family Tonight": Listening to Stories of Grief and Hope among Hazaras Refugees in Australia, Denise Phillips Oral histories by Denise Phillips with Reza and Juma, Brisbane and Melbourne, Australia, 2004-2011
3. Exhuming the Self: Trauma and Student Survivors of the Shootings at Virginia Tech, Tamara Kennelly and Susan E. Fleming-Cook Oral histories by Susan E. Fleming Cook with Yang Kim, Derek O'Dell, and Kristina Heeger-Anderson, Blacksburg, Virginia, 2009-2010
4. Talking Cure: Trauma, Narrative, and the Cuban Rafter Crisis, Elizabeth Campisi Oral histories by Elizabeth Campisi with Cuban Rafter Crisis survivors conducted in Miami, Florida, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and Rochester, New York, 1998-2001
5. In the Ghost Forest: Listening to Tutsi Rescapés, Taylor Krauss Oral histories by Taylor Krauss with Rwandan Rescapés, Kigali, Rwanda, 2007-2008.
6. The Continuing and Unfinished Present: Oral History and Psychoanalysis in the Aftermath of Terror, Ghislaine Boulanger
Part II: Resonance 7. Unlocked: Perspective and the New Orleans Prison Evacuation Crisis, Mark Cave Oral histories by Mark Cave with members of the Louisiana Department of Corrections, Angola, Pineville, and Keithville, Louisiana, March 23 and 24, June 17 and 18, 2009
8. Living Too in Murder City: Oral History as Alternative Perspective to the Drug War in Ciudad Juarez, Eric Meringer Oral histories by Eric Rodrigo Meringer with Juárez residents Jonathan, Rosa and Raul, Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, 2009-2010
9. Until Our Last Breath: Voices of Poisoned Workers in China, Karin Mak Oral histories by Karin Mak with "Ren," "Min," "Fu," and "Wu," Huizhou, Guangdong and rural Sichuan, China, August and September, 2007
10. Woven Together: Attachment to Place in the Aftermath of Disaster, Perspectives from Four Continents, Eleonora Rohland, Maike Böcker, Gitte Cullmann, Ingo Haltermann, Franz Mauelshagen Oral histories by Eleonora Rohland, Maike Böcker, Gitte Cullmann, and Ingo Haltermann with residents of New Orleans, Louisiana; Accra, Ghana; eastern Brandenburg, Germany; and Chaitén, Chile, 2009-2010
11. Smile Through the Tears: Life, Art, and the Rwandan Genocide, Steven High Oral history by Jessica Silva with Rupert Bazambanza, Montreal, Canada, June 3 and 12 and July 6, 2008
12. A Spiritual War: Crises of Faith in Combat Chaplains from Iraq and Afghanistan, David Peters Interviews by David W. Peters with "Christina," "Michael," "Timothy," "Craig," and "George," Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC, 2011
13. A Long Song: Oral History in the Time of Emergency and After, Mary Marshall Clark Oral histories by Gerry Albarelli and Temma Kaplan with Mohammad Bilal-Mizra, Talat Hamdani, Zaheer Jaffery, Salman Jaffery, and Zohra Saed, New York City, October 2001 to June 2005
Conclusion: The Fabric of Crisis: Approaching the Heart of Oral History, Stephen Sloan