WWOHP December Event

Dr. Carl Keyes, center, of Assumption College gave the main presentation,Undergraduates Doing History: Integrating Oral History Projects into Humanities Courses, at the Worcester Women's Oral History Project's December 2014 event at the Worcester Public Library. Pictured with Dr. Keyes are other presenters from the program, (left to right) Mikayla Bobrow and Hannah Yore, students at Clark University; Katherine Jankun, alumna of Assumption College; and Andrew Lampi, current student at Assumption College.

What does WWOHP do? 

The Worcester Women’s Oral History Project records, collects, and shares the personal and historical memories of women throughout the Greater Worcester community. The Project focuses on the four areas that characterized the spirit of the first National Woman’s Rights Convention held in Worcester in 1850: work, education, health, and politics. These four themes resonate strongly with today’s Central Massachusetts women, as they continue to make history in their everyday lives.

Published Date: 
February 12, 2015