The Race and Oral History Project was featured in the Radical History Review, an article published by UC San Diego faculty and graduate students in Ethnic Studies and History. A collaboration between Yến Lê Espiritu, Adriana Echeverria, Youngoh Jung, and Simeon Man that centers on community engagement and the Neoliberal University.

Read the article, Teaching “Race and Oral History in San Diego” During COVID-19: Rethinking Community, Storytelling, and Labor


“Oral history is a practice of shared knowledge production that is grounded not in the authority of academics but in the lived memories of people. It centers people as authorities of their own histories.


Lê Espiritu, Y., Echeverria, A., Jung, Y., & Man, S. (2020, September 30). Teaching “Race and Oral History in San Diego” During COVID-19: Rethinking Community, Storytelling, and Labor. Retrieved October 19, 2020, from https://www.radicalhistoryreview.org/abusablepast/teaching-race-and-oral-history-in-san-diego-during-covid-19-rethinking-community-storytelling-and-labor