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GEOG 4000/5000 Neighborhood Planning Seminar: Oral Histories

This course is designed to introduce the concepts of neighborhood and community in the context of community development. The course focuses on neighborhood planning and organizing as an intervention for neighborhhood revitalization and capacity building.

Oral Histories

These interview collections document life in the Charlotte, North Carolina region in the twentieth century, including the experiences and language of recent immigrants to the area. The interviews were conducted by UNC Charlotte faculty, students and staff as well as several community organizations. New recordings are continually being added to the site. These interviews are part of the Oral History Collections in the Department of Special Collections at J. Murrey Atkins Library, UNC Charlotte.

Oral History Collections

New South Voices website

New South Voices provides access to more than 700 transcripts of interviews, narratives, and conversations 

Oral History Interviews in Goldmine digital repository

These interviews, conducted by UNC Charlotte faculty, students and staff as well as several community organizations, document the history, life, and culture of the Charlotte region from a range of perspectives.

Librarian

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Randi Beem
Contact:
E-mail: rbeem@uncc.edu
704-687-1107