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Digital Access: African American Farmers

The Nunn Center announces online digital access to the first interviews from our African American Farmers Project, a project conducted in 1991-1992.  This powerful oral history project features interviews documenting experiences of African American farmers and their [...]

Nunn Center’s OHMS System Featured in Article

The Nunn Center’s OHMS system was recently featured in the article OHMS: Enhancing Access to Oral History For Free, by Doug Boyd appearing in Volume 40, Issue 1 of the Oral History Review.  Here is an abstract [...]

Nunn Center focuses on Digital Access to Public Policy Interivews

Over the next 9 months,  the Nunn Center and the University of Kentucky Libraries have committed to processing and making publicly available over 300 interviews pertaining to politics and public policy.  Collections chosen as part of [...]

OHMS: Enhancing Oral History Online

The Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History at the University of Kentucky Libraries and the UK Libraries Division of Library Technologies have created a web-based, system called OHMS (Oral History Metadata Synchonizer)to inexpensively and efficiently [...]