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# Introducing our SOHP Interns Fall Interns 2013 Southern Oral History Program Undergraduate Internship
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Introducing our
SOHP Interns
Fall Interns 2013
Southern Oral History Program
Undergraduate Internship

The aim of the SOHP Internship Program is to provide experiential education in

the intellectual, organizational, and practical work of oral history at one of

the nation’s most esteemed centers for oral

history scholarship. This internship is designed in a three-part structure that includes an organizational placement or

“beat”, a research project in which

students learn to conduct interviews and engage with the practice of oral histories

(ideally in correlation to the SOHP’s core

research activities), and participation in the weekly intern seminar. Evaluation will be based on complete, thorough, responsible, and creative engagement in all aspects of the internship program. All interns will be asked to develop our undergraduate programming through their ideas, feedback, and initiatives as well as to support SOHP Projects and events as part of our team.

Layla Quran Major/Minor: Global Studies/Journalism Minor Why are you looking forward to the SOHP Internship? Sharingaquran@g mail.com Grace Tatter Hometown : Winston-Salem, NC Support Intern Gracet086@gmail.com Major/Minor: U.S. History with minors in Social and Economic Justice and Religious Studies Why are you looking forward to the SOHP Internship? One of my favorite classes was Professor Jacquelyn Hall's Introduction to Oral History, which I took last spring. The scholarship-as- activism ethos is one of the best parts of Carolina, and is particularly potent at the SOHP. What do you like doing in your spare time? Go to Yopo, jog around Carrboro, sit outside and read, take weekend trips to the mountains, and watch Parks and Rec or Mad Men on Instant Netflix. " id="pdf-obj-1-2" src="pdf-obj-1-2.jpg">

Layla Quran

Major/Minor:

Global Studies/Journalism Minor

Why are you looking forward to the SOHP Internship?

Sharing the unique and important stories collected through oral history interviews with the campus and community, while sifting through and learning from the rich collection of oral history interviews available in the SOHP.

What is your favorite campus location?

Campus Y, Carroll Hall, or the Love house on a Friday morning

Layla Quran Major/Minor: Global Studies/Journalism Minor Why are you looking forward to the SOHP Internship? Sharingaquran@g mail.com Grace Tatter Hometown : Winston-Salem, NC Support Intern Gracet086@gmail.com Major/Minor: U.S. History with minors in Social and Economic Justice and Religious Studies Why are you looking forward to the SOHP Internship? One of my favorite classes was Professor Jacquelyn Hall's Introduction to Oral History, which I took last spring. The scholarship-as- activism ethos is one of the best parts of Carolina, and is particularly potent at the SOHP. What do you like doing in your spare time? Go to Yopo, jog around Carrboro, sit outside and read, take weekend trips to the mountains, and watch Parks and Rec or Mad Men on Instant Netflix. " id="pdf-obj-1-18" src="pdf-obj-1-18.jpg">
 

Collections Intern

laylaquran@gmail.com

 

Grace Tatter

Hometown:

Winston-Salem, NC

Layla Quran Major/Minor: Global Studies/Journalism Minor Why are you looking forward to the SOHP Internship? Sharingaquran@g mail.com Grace Tatter Hometown : Winston-Salem, NC Support Intern Gracet086@gmail.com Major/Minor: U.S. History with minors in Social and Economic Justice and Religious Studies Why are you looking forward to the SOHP Internship? One of my favorite classes was Professor Jacquelyn Hall's Introduction to Oral History, which I took last spring. The scholarship-as- activism ethos is one of the best parts of Carolina, and is particularly potent at the SOHP. What do you like doing in your spare time? Go to Yopo, jog around Carrboro, sit outside and read, take weekend trips to the mountains, and watch Parks and Rec or Mad Men on Instant Netflix. " id="pdf-obj-1-37" src="pdf-obj-1-37.jpg">

Support Intern

Gracet086@gmail.com

Major/Minor:

U.S. History with minors in

Social and Economic Justice and Religious Studies

Why are you looking forward to the SOHP Internship?

One of my favorite classes was Professor Jacquelyn Hall's Introduction to Oral History, which I took last spring. The scholarship-as- activism ethos is one of the best parts of Carolina, and is particularly potent at the SOHP.

What do you like doing in your spare time?

Go to Yopo, jog around Carrboro, sit outside and read, take weekend trips to the mountains, and watch Parks and Rec or Mad Men on Instant Netflix.

Hometowns: Ashley Templeton Charlotte, NC Major/Minor: English with a minor in Creative Writing Why are you
Hometowns: Ashley Templeton Charlotte, NC Major/Minor: English with a minor in Creative Writing Why are you
Hometowns:
Ashley Templeton
Charlotte, NC
Major/Minor:
English with a minor in Creative Writing
Why are you looking forward to the SOHP
Internship?
I love talking to people, hearing great stories
and doing work that impacts people - so I've
found the perfect place where I can do all
three!
What do you like doing in your spare time?
Undergraduate & Campus Initiatives
Intern – atemplet@live.unc.edu
I'm really into recreating/eating great
southern dishes, laughing, writing,
savoring my last year at UNC and exploring
in general.
 
   
 

Communications Intern

Corinne White

czwhite@live.unc.edu

Hometown:

Winston-Salem, NC

Majors:

History and Public Policy

Why are you looking forward to the SOHP Internship?

Doing more oral history interviews and being able to gain an understanding of a part of history I know

basically nothing about. And of course, hanging out in the Love House

What is your favorite campus location?

Tables outside the Daily Grind and the Wilson

Reading Room

Hometowns: Ashley Templeton Charlotte, NC Major/Minor: English with a minor in Creative Writing Why are you
Morgan Jones Hometown : Hickory, North Carolina Masters: Library Science with a concentration in Archives and

Morgan Jones

Hometown:

Hickory, North Carolina

Masters:

Library Science with a concentration in Archives and Records Management

Why are you looking forward to the SOHP Internship?

I am interested in underrepresented groups such as students

and LGBTQ populations. I am also interested in collaborative

collecting.

What do you like doing in your spare time?

Gardening, rock climbing, hiking, camping, and painting. I also have three cats named Pippa, Louis, and Napoleon.

Evan Faulkenbury

Morgan Jones Hometown : Hickory, North Carolina Masters: Library Science with a concentration in Archives and

Archival Liaison

mejones101@gmail.com

SOHP Field Scholar & Internship Coordinator tefaulk@live.unc.edu
SOHP Field Scholar &
Internship Coordinator
tefaulk@live.unc.edu
Hometowns: Concord, NC Major: PhD in U.S. History Why are you looking forward to the SOHP
Hometowns:
Concord, NC
Major:
PhD in U.S. History
Why are you looking forward to the SOHP
Internship?
I enjoy working with undergraduate
students, especially seeing them create and
get excited about their own oral history
project.
What do you like doing in your spare
time?
Listen to bluegrass music, play with
my dog Watson, and hang out with my
wife Alex as we prepare for a new
baby!
Morgan Jones Hometown : Hickory, North Carolina Masters: Library Science with a concentration in Archives and