February 10, 2015
|From left: Aline Gubrium and Elizabeth Krause|
Associate Professor of Community Health Education Aline Gubrium will be one of the speakers in Columbia University’s Oral History, Medicine, and Health Workshop Series. Gubrium and UMass Amherst Anthropology Professor Elizabeth Krause will lead a workshop on April 30 titled “Digital Storytelling as Narrative Shock: New Views on Young Parenting Latinas, Migration, and Family.” The workshop will draw on the Ford Foundation-funded “Hear Our Stories” project, which uses digital storytelling to examine sexual and reproductive health disparities among young parenting Latinas in Holyoke, Massachusetts.
The workshop series takes place each year in conjunction with the Oral History Master of Arts program at Columbia University. Gubrium and Krause will present their workshop on Thursday, April 30 from 6-8 p.m., 509 Knox Hall, 606 W 122nd St., New York, NY. A full listing of speakers in the series is available here.