ILS Oral History Project

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Oral history interviews are a major component of the Institute for Latino Studies’ effort to document and preserve Latino history. These interviews offer scholars and students “first person” narratives of American culture and society. More than 100 interviews have been recorded with Latino leaders, writers, poets, artists, scholars, and Notre Dame Alumni, with a particular emphasis on the Midwestern United States.

Subject

Arts & Arts Related

Letras Latinas

Visual Artists

Latino Writers

University of Notre Dame Latino Alumni and Faculty

Latino Leaders

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  • Description(s):
    Oral history interview with artist, curator, and educator Elvia Rodriguez Ochoa, interviewed by Tracy Grimm.
    Interviewer(s):
    Tracy Grimm
    Interviewee(s):
    Elvia Rodriguez Ochoa
    Date Published:
    2007-05-11
  • Description(s):
    Oral history interview with former director of the Institute for Latino Studies, Gilberto Cardenas, interviewed by Teresa Hayes-Santos.
    Interviewer(s):
    Teresa Hayes-Santos
    Interviewee(s):
    Gilberto Cardenas
    Date Published:
    2009-03-06
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    Description(s):
    Oral history interview with artist and writer Paul Sierra, interviewed by Tracy Grimm.
    Interviewer(s):
    Tracy Grimm
    Interviewee(s):
    Paul Sierra
    Date Published:
    2007-08-27
  • 4

    Video

    Description(s):
    Oral history interview with visual artist Raoul Deal, interviewed by Tracy Grimm.
    Interviewer(s):
    Tracy Grimm
    Interviewee(s):
    Raoul Deal
    Date Published:
    2008-03-10