You can find the various oral history projects, conducted by classes from the Department of Humanities, on the Archives webpage.
Here they are individually as well:
- From Farmland to Suburb: Plain Township and Postwar America, 1945-1965 Oral History Project
The purpose of this project was to identify and record pertinent information and memories from individuals who were instrumental in the suburbanization of Plain Township.
- Hoover Company Oral Histories
Listen to oral histories given by Hoover Company employees. Topics cover a wide variety of subjects including: the diversity in the work place, and the closing of the Hoover Company, relationships with the Hoover family, family, war production fuses, diversity in the workplace, social life, and more.
- The Vietnam War Oral Histories Project
As part of a service learning history class with Dr. Kelly Selby, students had the chance to conduct oral history interviews with Vietnam War veterans. This collection contains those audio interviews, as well as transcripts, and some photographs from the Vietnam era.
- Women in the US Military - Oral Histories
Oral histories from women who participated in the military throughout US history.
- Women in US History: Women and Work - Oral Histories
Oral histories from women about their experiences in the U.S. workforce.