Jacquelyn Dowd Hall

David Cecelski

Pamela Grundy

Lu Ann Jones

Tracy K'Meyer

Cliff Kuhn

Spencie Love

Kathryn Nasstrom

Kathryn Newfont

Alicia Rouverol

Charlie D. Thompson, Jr.

Kathryn Walbert

Bill Bamberger

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The Southern Oral History Program has generated and encouraged an impressive amount of scholarship over the past 26 years. Among the many publications of SOHP director Jacquelyn Dowd Hall is the award-winning Like a Family: The Making of a Southern Cotton Mill World. An SOHP interview project also contributed to Bill Bamberger's acclaimed Closing: The Life and Death of an American Factory. Former SOHP associate directors Cliff Kuhn, Alicia Rouverol, and Spencie Love have published oral history-based books and articles, as have SOHP affiliates Pamela Grundy, David Cecelski, Kathy Nasstrom, Tracy K'Meyer, Lu Ann Jones, Charlie Thompson, and Jill Hemming, while recent or current graduate students Kathryn Walbert, Kelly Navies, and Kathryn Newfont have been active with conference presentations, journal articles, and oral history workshops.

The Southern Oral History Program
Center for the Study of the American South
Love House and Hutchins Forum
410 East Franklin St., CB# 9127, UNC-CH
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-9127
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