The Storytelling as Feminist Resistance Oral History Project is a collection of oral histories conducted by students in Occidental College's Critical Theory and Social Justice course on Feminist Methodologies taught by Professor Viviana MacManus. For many feminist scholars and activists, oral history is a critical feminist methodological tool that can create alternative forms of knowledge while also combating masculinist, patriarchal, white supremacist, classist, and nativist knowledges. Oral history has often served as an important method of feminist resistance to dominant forms of knowledge. Closer analysis of these interviews is presented in the multimedia Scalar site at https://scalar.cdla.oxycreates.org/feminist-methodologies created by the students, Professor MacManus, and with the assistance and guidance of Center of Digital Liberal Arts staff.
Storytelling as Feminist Resistance Oral History Project
La Jolla, CA
Audio recording, IRB Consent form
Special Collections & College Archives, Occidental College, Los Angeles, California