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StoryCorps-Warmamas Community Archive

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StoryCorps-Warmamas Community Archive, 2013-2015 | University of Miami Special Collections

By Beatrice Colastin Skokan

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Collection Overview

Title: StoryCorps-Warmamas Community Archive, 2013-2015Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

ID: ASM0700

Creator: StoryCorps (Project) (2003-)

Extent: 67.0 Items

Arrangement: This collection is arranged by interviewee.

Languages: English, Spanish;Castilian

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The StoryCorps-Warmamas Community Archive (2013-2015) is a collection of interviews with enlisted men and women, veterans, their family and friends. The collaboration between StoryCorps and Warmamas is part of StoryCorps' Military Voices Initiative which serves as a platform to allow military families to share their experiences.  Warmamas also places a special emphasis on intervieweing women whose children were deployed  to serve in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. As a repository for personal reflections on the ramifications  of war, the collection includes individual testimonies and helps to document American history.

Biographical Note

The StoryCorps oral histories project began in 2003 as an effort to “provide people of all backgrounds and beliefs with the opportunity to record, share and preserve the stories of our lives.” As of 2015, the project has recorded more than 50,000 interviews with more than 90,000 participants. The work of StoryCorps provides an “invaluable archive for future generations,” and is housed at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress.

Subject/Index Terms

Oral history

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions: This collection is available for viewing on-site from the Special Collection's reading room and from the University of Miami Richter Library. Please contact Special Collections the following phone number: 305-284-3580 or email: asc.library@miami.edu to listen to the interivews. Special Collections is located at the Otto G. Richter Library on the Coral Gables campus of the University of Miami at 1300 Memorial Drive, Coral Gables, Florida 33124.

Use Restrictions: Courtesy of StoryCorps, a national nonprofit dedicated to recording and collecting stories of everyday people. Any other uses of this material--for commercial or non-commercial distribution, editing, exhibition, publishing, publicly performing, publicly displaying, reproducing on a website, or quotation beyond "fair use"--requires the permission of StoryCorps. For clearance, please contact StoryCorps at http://storycorps.org/about/inquiries/.

Acquisition Method: Gift of Patricia Sowers and StoryCorps, 2015.

Related Materials:

Caribbean Diaspora Oral History Collection - Patricia Sowers, Director/Founder, Warmamas.

StoryCorps Historias Interviews Collection, 2009-2010

StoryCorps Military Voices Initiative

StoryCorps Historias Digital Collection

For more information please see http://www.warmamas.com/.

Processing Information:

StoryCorps/Warmams summaries (Series 1) by StoryCorps, 2015.

Warmamas summaries (Series 2) by Jean-Paul Gilmour (Student Assistant) under the supervision of Beatrice Skokan (Manuscripts Librarian), 2016.


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