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Kat and her Life

The subject for my study was Kat. She is a unique woman who has survived and thrived through many life changing traumas. As she has aged, she has been getting assistance with her troubled past, while also advancing her education by getting her Bachelor’s then proceeding to get her Master’s. Kat has recently revealed publicly […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1202 Topics: Clinical Psychology, Human Development, Mental Health, Neuroscience, Oral History, Positive Psychology

Interview with Anne Shapiro

On November 13, 2018 I was given the chance to interview a woman named Anne Shapiro. Anne is a retired accounted who taught my grandmother to speak English up until last year when my grandma past away. Together we discussed her life in detail, she held nothing back, and we examined her life through the […]

Pages: 7 Words: 1997 Topics: Birth Control, Family, Feminism, Gender, Oral History, Premarital Sex, Sex, Social Issues
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History of Oman

Oman is an Arab country located in the Middle East, beside the United Arab Emirates as well as Yemen. Since that is the case, I attempted to focus on Tran- Saharan slavery although after asking my father and sibling questions which consisted of: what can you tell me about Oman and slavery? Would it be […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1579 Topics: Oral History, Slavery

Interview with my Grandmother

Hello, my name is Tyler Tietjen. For my ninth-grade oral history project I chose to interview my grandmother, Liliane Anita Tietjen. I decided to make Mrs. Tietjen the subject of this interview because of her experiences living in Cuba in the 1950’s and her first-hand knowledge of the rising of Cuba’s well-known dictator, Fidel Castro. […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1298 Topics: Cuba, Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, Government, International Relations, Oral History

Stereotypes Toward Asian People – Really?

Survival bias is “the logical error of concentrating on the people or things that made it past some selection process and overlooking those that did not, typically because of their lack of visibility.” Similar to the myth of model minority we have discussed during class, such mistake is usually caused by overgeneralization and lack of […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2087 Topics: Belief, Bias, China, Confucianism, Immigration, Oral History, Parenting, Stereotypes

Immigration to the United States

The United States is a nation of immigrants. This makes it essential to review the experiences of immigrants as a way of understanding how these experiences shape the economy of the country. One of the core issues of immigration to the United States is the American dream which makes immigrants relocate to the nation in […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2058 Topics: Identity, Immigration, Nigeria, Oral History, Social Issues, United States

The Great City of Rome

Reading the very creative novel “Roma”, it shows how very important war, religion beliefs, and conquring others, even if its your own family, can have an impact on a common society. The author of this book is Steven Saylor, and Illustrated by an unknown individual. The year that the hardcover copy of the novel was […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1826 Topics: Christianity, City, Novel, Oral History, Roman Empire

The Small City of Rome Became a Powerful Roman Empire

Rome, a great empire whose enemies feared its power, started off as a “pit-stop” for trading merchants. It didn’t take long for what is now known as a great and powerful civilization to build itself from the ground up. Its history is filled with both great and poor leaders and the hearts of passionate people […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1713 Topics: City, Oral History, Political, Roman Empire

From Saturnalia of Ancient Rome to Christmas of Today 

The Roman festival Saturnalia was a long-lasting pagan celebration of Saturn held during the winter solstice. Much of what occurred during these festivities have had a significant effect on winter holiday celebrations that carry on even in the modern day. I have chosen this topic as I believe it is highly important to know where […]

Pages: 2 Words: 717 Topics: Christianity, Christmas, Festival, Oral History
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