Using AAPB’s “Voices from the Southern Civil Rights movement” Exhibit for Radio and U.S. History: A How to Teach My Article Entry

This is the first post in our series, “How to Teach My Article / How to Teach My Book.” Our goal in this series is to bring academic scholarship into classrooms by asking authors to describe and recommend how their scholarship can fit into various educational contexts. The first post is written by a foundingContinue reading “Using AAPB’s “Voices from the Southern Civil Rights movement” Exhibit for Radio and U.S. History: A How to Teach My Article Entry”

Music Time in Africa Archive Delivers Voice of America Radio Show

By Paul Conway, University of Michigan Music Time in Africa is the longest-running radio show from the Voice of America (VOA), the official broadcast agency of the United States government. Because of legal constraints only removed by the US Congress in 2013, generations of listeners on the African continent only have ever heard the shows.Continue reading “Music Time in Africa Archive Delivers Voice of America Radio Show”

An Introduction to the Education and Outreach Division’s Blog and Call

Archivists: do you have sound collections just waiting to be accessed and explored?Researchers: have you recently published work just waiting to be read and taught?Instructors: do you have lessons to share? The Education and Outreach blog is here to make connections and further the study and circulation of sound materials and scholarship for wide-ranging audiences.Continue reading “An Introduction to the Education and Outreach Division’s Blog and Call”