Note: If you do not have access to an academic library, you can request these books through your local public library’s Interlibrary Loan system.
Abrams, Lynn. Oral History Theory, Second Edition. Routledge, 2016. Note this useful complementary website: [https://www.routledgetextbooks.com/textbooks/9781138905399/]
Bastian, Jeanette A. and Ben Alexander (Eds.). Community Archives: the shaping of memory. London: Facet Publishing, 2009.
Bly, Lyz and Kelly Wooten. Make Your Own History: Documenting Feminist and Queer Activism in the 21st Century. Library Juice Press, 2012.
Boyd, Douglas A, and Mary Larson. Oral History and Digital Humanities Voice, Access, and Engagement. Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.
Boyd, Nan Alamilla and Horacio N. Roque Ramírez, eds. Bodies of Evidence: The Practice of Queer Oral History. Oxford University Press, 2012.
Caldera, M. A. and K. M. Neal (Eds.). Through the archival looking glass: A reader on diversity and inclusion. Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 2014.
Gluck, Sherna Berger and Daphne Patai, eds. Women’s Words: The Feminist Practice of Oral History. Routledge, 1991.
Kennedy, Elizabeth Lapovsky and Madeline D. Davis. Boots of Leather, Slippers of Gold: The History of a Lesbian Community. Routledge, 1993.
Miller, Elizabeth, Edward Little and Steven High, eds. Going Public: The Art of Participatory Practice. UBC Press, 2017.
Morrone, Melissa (Ed.). Informed Agitation: Library and Information Skills in Social Justice Movements and Beyond. Sacramento: Library Juice Press, 2013.
Neuenschwander, John A. A Guide to Oral History and the Law, second edition. Oxford University Press, 2014.
Potter, Claire Bond and Renee C. Romano, eds. Doing Recent History: on privacy, copyright, video games, institutional review boards, activist scholarship, and history that talks back. The University of Georgia Press, 2012.
Sheftel, Anna and Stacey Zembrzycki, eds. Oral History Off the Record: Toward an Ethnography of Practice. Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
Srigley, Katrina and Stacey Zembrzycki, and Franca Iacovetta, eds. Beyond Women’s Words: Feminisms and the Practices of Oral History in the Twenty-First Century. Routledge, 2018.
Yow, Valerie Raleigh. Recording Oral History: A Guide for the Humanities and Social Sciences, Second Edition. AltaMira Press, 2005.
Note: Most public library systems have subscriptions to academic databases. You may need to be onsite at a library branch to access these resources.
Bastian, J. “Taking custody, giving access: A postcustodial role for a new century.” Archivaria. 53 no. 1 (2004): 76-93.
Boyd, Douglas. “Informed Accessioning: Questions to Ask After the Interview”: http://ohda.matrix.msu.edu/2015/03/informed-accessioning-questions-to-ask-after-the-interview/
Buchanan, A., and Bastian, M. “Activating the archive: rethinking the role of traditional archives for local activist projects.” Archival Science. 15 no. (2015): 429–451.
Caswell, Michelle. “Seeing Yourself in History: Community Archives and the Fight Against Symbolic Annihilation.” The Public Historian 36 no. 4 (November 2014): 26-37. DOI: 10.1525/tph.2014.36.4.26.
Caswell, Michelle and Samip Mallick. “Collecting the easily missed stories: digital participatory microhistory and the South Asian American Digital Archive.” Archives andManuscripts. 42 no. 1 (2014): 73-86. DOI: 10.1080/01576895.2014.880931.
Caswell, Michelle. “Community-Centered Collecting: Finding Out What Communities Want from Community Archives.” ASIST 2014. https://www.asis.org/asist2014/proceedings/submissions/papers/16paper.pdf
Caswell, Michelle. “Inventing New Archival Imaginaries: Theoretical Foundations for Identity-Based Community Archives.” In Identity Palimpsests: Ethnic Archiving in the U.S. and Canada. Sacramento, CA: Litwin Books, 2014: 35-55.
Caswell, Michelle, Marika Cifor, and Mario H. Ramírez. “’To Suddenly Discover Yourself Existing’: Uncovering the Affective Impact of Community Archives.” The American Archivist 79 (Spring/ Summer 2016): 56-81.
Caswell, Michelle and Marika Cifor. “From Human Rights to Feminist Ethics: Radical Empathy in Archives.” Archivaria 81 (Spring 2016): 23-43.
Caswell, Michelle. “Teaching to Dismantle White Supremacy in Archives,” The Library Quarterly 87 no. 3 (July 2017): 222-235. https://doi.org/10.1086/692299
Corbman, Rachel F. . “A Genealogy of the Lesbian Herstory Archives, 1974-2014,” Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies Vol 1 (2014). http://elischolar.library.yale.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1002&context=jcas
Curtis, Carmel. (2016, April 18). A Beginners Guide to Record Retention, The Signal.
Dawson, E., Dodd, R., Roberts, J., & Wakeling, C. “Issues and challenges for records management in the charity and voluntary sector.” Records Management Journal 14 no. 3 (2004): 111–115.
Flinn, A. “Community histories, community archives: Some opportunities and challenges.” Journal of the Society of Archivists 28 no. 2 (2007): 151-176. doi:10.1080/00379810701611936.
Flinn, A., Stevens, M., & Shepherd, E. “Whose memories, whose archives? Independent community archives, autonomy and the mainstream.” Archival Science 9 no. 1-2 (2009): 71-86. doi:http://dx.doi.org.ezproxy2.library.arizona.edu/10.1007/s10502-009-9105-2
Flinn, Andrew. “’An attack on professionalism and scholarship?’: Democratizing Archives and the Production of Knowledge.” Ariadne 62 (January 2010). http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue62/flinn/
Huvila, I. “Participatory archive: towards decentralised curation, radical user orientation and broader contextualisation of records management.” Archival Science 8 no 1 (2008): 15-36.
Jimerson, Randall C. “Archives for All: Professional Responsibility and Social Justice.” The American Archivist 70, no. 2 (Fall - Winter, 2007): 252-281.
Kaplan, Elizabeth. “We Are What We Collect, We Collect What We Are: Archives and the Construction of Identity,” American Archivist 63 (2000): 126-151.
McKemmish, S., Gilliland-Swetland, A., & Ketelaar, E. (2005). “Communities of Memory: Pluralising archival research and education agendas.” Archives and Manuscripts 33 (May 2005): 146-174.
Neuenschwander, John A. “Major Legal Challenges Facing Oral History in the Digital Age”:http://ohda.matrix.msu.edu/2012/06/major-legal-challenges/
Petty, Adrienne. “Guess Who’s Coming to Interview? Oral History across the Color Line,” Roundtable Complicating the Story: Oral History and the Study of the Rural South: Lu Ann Jones, Adrienne Petty, Mark Schultz, Rebecca Sharpless, and Melissa Walker. Agricultural History Vol. 84, No. 3 (Summer 2010): 281-326.
Robertson, Tara . “Not All Information Wants to be Free: The Case Study of On Our Backs,” In: Applying Library Values to Emerging Technology: Decision-Making in the Age of Open Access, Maker Spaces, and the Ever-Changing Library (Publications in Librarianship #72). American Library Association (2018): 225-239.
Sellie, Goldstein, Fair, Hoyer, “Interference Archive: A Free Space for Social Movement Culture,” Archival Science 15 no. 4 (2015): 453-472.
Shilton, K. & Srinivasan, R. “Counterpoint: Participatory appraisal and arrangement for multicultural archival collections.” Archivaria 63 (Spring 2007): 87-101. http://archivaria.ca/index.php/archivaria/article/view/13129/14371
Smucker, Janneken, Doug Boyd, and Charles Hardy III. “Connecting the Classroom and the Archive: Oral History, Pedagogy, & Goin’ North”:http://ohda.matrix.msu.edu/2017/02/connecting-the-classroom-and-the-archive-oral-history-pedagogy-goin-north/
Stevens, Mary, Flinn, Andrew, and Shepherd, Elizabeth. “New Frameworks for Community Engagement in the Archive Sector.” International Journal of Heritage Studies 16 no. 1-2 (2010): 59-76.
Wakimoto, D. K., Bruce, C., & Partridge, H. “Archivist as activist: lessons from three queer community archives in California.” Archival Science, 13 no. 4 (2013): 293–316. https://doi.org/http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10502-013-9201-1
Williams, Stacie M. and Jarrett M. Drake. “Power to the People: Documenting Police Violence in Cleveland,” in “Critical Archival Studies,” eds. Michelle Caswell, Ricardo Punzalan, and T-Kay Sangwand. Special issue, Journal of Critical Library and Information Studies 1, no. 2 (2017).