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 poet Barbara Jane Reyes, interviewed by Francisco Aragón.
    Interviewer(s):
    Francisco Aragón
    Interviewee(s):
    Barbara Jane Reyes
    Date Published:
    2006-09-07
  • 2

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    Description(s):
    Oral history interview with writer Blas Falconer, interviewed by Marisel Moreno.
    Interviewer(s):
    Marisel Moreno
    Interviewee(s):
    Blas Falconer
    Date Published:
    2013-10-29
  • 3

    Video

    Description(s):
    Oral history interview with poet Brenda Cardenas, interviewed by María Melendez.
    Interviewer(s):
    María Melendez
    Interviewee(s):
    Brenda Cardenas
    Date Published:
    2006-04-04
  • 4

    Video

    Description(s):
    Oral history interview with author Dan Vera, interviewed by Francisco Aragón.
    Interviewer(s):
    Francisco Aragón
    Interviewee(s):
    Dan Vera
    Date Published:
    2014-09-10
  • 5

    Video

    Description(s):
    Oral history interview with author Daniel Alarcón interviewed by Lauro Vazquez.
    Interviewer(s):
    Lauro Vazquez
    Interviewee(s):
    Daniel Alarcón
    Date Published:
    2011-10-03