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Oral History Faculty/Staff/Students
Visiting Assistant Professor
Milligan, Sarah (head)
Visiting Assistant Professor
Autumn Brown, Graduate Research Assistant, Project lead: History of Education in Northeast Oklahoma City
Autumn Brown is a doctoral candidate at Oklahoma State University in the university’s Social Foundations Department. Her research studies focus on race & education, African-American women in STEM fields, intimate justice and racial body politics. Autumn has served as a presenter at numerous national and international educational conferences. She has a published chapter titled, “Breaking the silence: Black women’s experience with abortion” in the book Womanish Black Girls: Women Resisting the Contradictions of Silence and Voice. She has also published the article, “Black, female, and controlled: An historical overview of policing black women’s bodies” in the Journal of Philosophy & History in Education. Autumn also works as an adult instructor with the non-profit Opportunities Industrialization Center (OIC), an adult literacy center. At OIC, Autumn teaches science courses and runs the STEM lab. Additionally, she is an adjunct professor at the University of Central Oklahoma. Autumn earned her a Master’s of Education from the University of Central Oklahoma and a Bachelor of Science degree from St. Gregory’s University in Shawnee, Oklahoma. .
Jacob Jackson, Oral History Digital Storytelling Intern (Interdepartmental)
Jacob Jackson is a junior strategic communications major from Bixby, Oklahoma. He is minoring in English, with a focus on creative nonfiction writing. His role at OOHRP involves developing social media content, developing brand voice and highlighting oral history collections. Jacob plans on working in social media management or content creation after he graduates in spring 2020, and is considering getting an MFA in creative writing.
Tanner Luther, Podcasting Intern
Tanner Luther is a senior history and philosophy major from Edmond, Oklahoma. He is also minoring in political science and German and and serves as President for both German Club and History Club. After graduation, Tanner is looking for opportunities to teach and is considering applying to graduate school to study history. He hopes to continue sharing his love of history with others through the Amplified Oklahoma podcast.
Tanner Price, Digital Content Intern
Tanner is a Junior Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Student from Thornton, Co. He is also pursuing a minor in Entrepreneurship. He is involved in multiple Engineering organizations on campus and is a member of Beta Theta Pi. In his position in the OOHRP, he edits video from interviews previously conducted by the department, and creates metadata from interview transcripts. After graduation, he plans on pursuing his passion of Aerospace Engineering.
Allison Richmond, Transcriptionist
Allison Richmond is a junior history major from Oologah, Oklahoma. She is involved in numerous activities surrounding the OSU Department of History and the OSU Library, and has a particular passion for Oklahoma history. After graduation in 2020, Allison plans on pursuing her master’s degree in library and information science and becoming a public librarian. She wishes to continue sharing her love of history and reading with others.
Claire Ringer, Digital Humanities Intern (interdepartmental)
Claire Ringer is a sophomore history major from Perry, OK. In her position, she uses digital tools to conduct research over OSU and share that information with others. Her current projects are about student life in the 1930s at OSU and women in the Dust Bowl. Claire is involved in History Club and the Baptist Collegiate Ministry. Upon graduation, Claire hopes to attend graduate school to become a history professor.