Cal State Fullerton’s Center for Oral and Public History will host a free, 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11, workshop to teach oral history methodology. Students, community members and members of nonprofit groups are encouraged to attend the public workshop led by Natalie Fousekis, professor of history and director of the center, and Cora Granata, professor of history.
The Center for Oral and Public History, the largest regionally focused oral archive in the state, holds nearly 6,000 recorded interviews, related transcripts, photographs and other materials.
Twenty-five seats are available for “Capturing the Spoken Word” in Room 360 of the Pollak Library. An optional $12 lunch may be purchased. For more information or to register, go here.