Oral History: My Housing Story

My Housing Story is an oral history project conducted by faculty and students in the history department at Cal State East Bay. We seek to document the housing experiences of individuals living in one of the most expensive area in the United States: the San Francisco Bay Area.

Exhibits

Latin American Monsters

Latin American Monsters

In Spring 2020, students in Dr. Alexander's Public History class collaborated with digital illustration students from Josh Funk's class at Chico State to explore the history of folklore and monsters in Latin America. The history students wrote essays and the art students interpreted the essays and created illustrations about each monster.

Stalingrad

Stalingrad

In Fall 2018, students from Dr. McGuire's "Warfare, Terrorism, and Genocide" class set up a tent outside the student union and showed passersby a multimedia experience about the Battle of Stalingrad.

 

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Other Projects

Podcast

Podcast

How Did They Make (or Do) That?

Professor Kevin Kaatz has created a number of short podcasts discussing the question "How did they make or do that?" Below each podcast will be the list of sources I used in putting the podcasts together.

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Blog

Blog

History Blogging the 2020 U.S. Elections

HIST 405-05 participants blogged to provide historical context for the 2020 U.S. elections, and we look forward to your comments.

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