During June-August 2010, Valerie Love, the Curator for Human Rights Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center will be undertaking a project to conduct oral histories with human rights activists in the state of Connecticut. If you might be interested in participating in the project, or have suggestions for people to interview, please contact Valerie at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
A slide from the Impact Visuals Photography Collection, Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut.
The Thomas J. Dodd Research Center currently holds a variety of oral history collections, including:
Members of the African National Congress in South Africa, 1999-2006.
Colt Strike of 1934, 1981
Connecticut Communist Party, 1986-1987
Connecticut Workers And A Half Century Of Technological Change, 1930-1980, 1981-1982
The Greater Hartford Process (Coventry Experience), 1972-1975
Holocaust Survivors In The Connecticut Region, 1980-1981
Manchester-Cheney Oral History Project, 1971-1991
Millworkers of Willimantic, 1979-1980
Peoples of Connecticut, 1973-1976
The Political Activities Of The First Generation Of Fully Enfranchised Connecticut Women, 1920-1945, 1980-1982
Voices From The Second World War: An Oral History, 1999-2000
Witnesses To Nuremberg, An Oral History Of American Participants At The War Crimes Trials, ca. 1997
A Woman’s Place, Hartford College For Women, 1983
Women In The Connecticut Legislature: Past And Present, 1996-1997