Saving Stories features Negative Campaigning and Oral History

Saving Stories features Negative Campaigning and Oral History

The latest episode of Saving Stories on WUKY features Nunn Center Director Doug Boyd and University of Kentucky historian and Director of the Wendall H. Ford Public Policy Research Center  Tracy Campbell, both discussing the tradition of negative campaigning in Kentucky....
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Saving Stories for UK Founders Day Features Interview About Campus in 1902

Saving Stories for UK Founders Day Features Interview About Campus in 1902

The latest episode of Saving Stories on WUKY is in celebration of University of Kentucky’s Founders Day.  Alan Lytle and Doug Boyd feature a clip of a 1975 interview with former student T.R. Bryant who talks in great detail about...
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Saving Stories Features Ezell Blair, Jr: Remembering the Greensboro Sit-Ins

Saving Stories Features Ezell Blair, Jr: Remembering the Greensboro Sit-Ins

This episode of Saving Stories reflects on a pivotal moment in the Civil Rights Movement documented in a powerful oral history interview archived at the Nunn Center. This episode features an oral history interview with Ezell Blair Jr., one of...
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Nunn Center Oral History Interview with Jackie Kennedy

In the context of the recent release of interviews with Jackie Kennedy, I thought we would feature the Nunn Center’s oral history interview with Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis conducted by Terry Birdwhistell in 1981 for the John Sherman Cooper Oral History.....
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Saving Stories Recalls Frankfort’s Crawfish Bottom

Listen to the latest episode of Saving Stories on WUKY where we talk about the publication of Crawfish Bottom: Recovering a Lost Kentucky Community by Nunn Center Director Douglas A. Boyd.  The book was published by University Press of Kentucky. Listen...
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