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Humanities Lab-Migration, Art, Place: Berlin/Phoenix

Humanities Lab course on Immigrant groups and responses of local communities in different urban spaces

Oral Histories


DANK Haus German American Cultural Center
Interviews with people of German descent, ranging widely from third-generation immigrants to those who moved to U.S. during adulthood few years ago.

German American Oral History Project 2020 (German-American Heritage Foundation)
Oral history project for Americans who are either immigrants from a German-speaking country themselves or whose ancestors immigrated from a historically German-speaking region. 

Holocaust: Personal Narratives (ASU Library guide) 
Personal narratives and testimonial resources. 

Arizona Memory Project - Oral History Collections (Arizona State Library) 
Collections of oral histories and images to preserve the memory of ordinary people's lives of Arizona immigrant population. 

Veterans History Project Collection- Arizona (Library of Congress) 
Narratives of U.S. military veterans who served from World War I through more recent conflicts and peacekeeping missions. The search is limited to Arizona. 

Archive of Immigrant Voices (University of Maryland) 
Oral histories produced by UM students from the Center for Global Migration, the oral history project collects the stories of the experience of migration.

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