A collection of more than 1000 oral histories from the holdings of UTSA Libraries Special Collections. The bulk of the interviews in this collection are part of the Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection.
Other oral histories in the collection include the following:
- Archives for Research on Women and Gender Oral History Project. In 1997 the UTSA Center for the Study of Women and Gender (CSWG) and the Archives for Research on Women and Gender (ARWG) initiated an oral history project with a select number of San Antonio women who have made significant contributions to the community. See the Online Finding Aid to the collection.
- Department of Bicultural-Bilingual Studies Oral History Collection. These oral histories were conducted in the Spring 2009 semester of the Mexican American Culture (BBL 3023) course taught by Dr. Marie Miranda. The course is a survey of Mexican American cultural distinctiveness in the areas of biculturalism, cultural production, and social organization. Topics may include family and kinship, folklore, health, language, music, and religion. This course examined Chicana/o popular culture focusing on rock ‘n’ roll.
View Entire Collection