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Student Spotlight: Cristian Perez-Lopez ’17, Katie Zechar ’16, Charlotte Pulitzer ’16, and Eric Rhodes ’16

With support from Antioch College and the Lloyd Family Fund, four Antioch College undergraduates presented posters at the 2015 Oral History Association conference in Tampa, Florida. The conference theme, Stories of Social Change and Social Justice, aligned with their faculty-mentored oral history-based fieldwork conducted during their fourth co-op in WORK 425: Oral History Practicum. Pictured are Cristian Perez-Lopez ’17, who is currently co-oping with the Oral History in the Liberal Arts initiative as the digital archives coordinator; Katie Zechar ’16, who researched Turkish immigration in Dayton, Ohio; Charlotte Pulitzer ’16, who delved into place and identity through oral histories and live mapmaking; co-op faculty member Brooke Bryan, and Eric Rhodes ’16, who began his research on redlining and its implications to communities in Dayton, Ohio.

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Brooke Bryan is Dean of Cooperative, Experiential & International Education as well as an Associate Professor of Writing, Aesthetics & Digital Studies at Antioch College. She specializes in phenomenological oral history and undergraduate research pedagogy. With expertise in the digital humanities, philosophy, and research interests in material and immaterial culture, she develops partnerships and field-based research opportunities for Antioch students— scaffolding their intensive engagement with communities through interview projects.

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