Daniel J. Clark

Professor of History, Oakland University. Dan is working on a book of life history narratives based on the oral history interviews he conducted for “Disruption in Detroit.” He is also working with his colleague, Graham Cassano, on an oral history project focused on Pontiac, Michigan since 1950. Dan has given a three-hour workshop on launching oral history projects for the Historical Society of Michigan, and he has given a “History Comes Alive” lecture (a series hosted by Oakland University’s History Department that is aimed at the general public) on oral history methodology. He will be teaching an oral history seminar this fall, so he has benefited from the last two MOHA newsletters for reports from the (virtual) field during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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