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Oral History Faculty/Staff/Students
Visiting Assistant Professor
Milligan, Sarah (head)
Visiting Assistant Professor
Angus Henderson, Former Digital Projects Intern - Current OSU Diverse Gender and Sexuality Project Lead
Angus Henderson is a graduate of Oklahoma State University's Art History undergraduate program with an emphasis on LGBT Visual Culture. He has presented on the history of drag performance, trans identity, and camp humor at OSU, as well as on homoeroticism in early 20th century ad design. He interned at the OOHRP from Fall 2018 - Summer 2019, researching LGBT culture and history on campus. His current research is on the impact of Tom of Finland on the formation of modern American gay culture. His illustrations and woodcut prints on transgender identity in art since ancient times have been accepted into juried art shows in California, Arizona, and 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 junior history and philosophy major from Edmond, Oklahoma. He is also minoring in political science and German and holds executive positions in German Club and History Club. After graduation, Tanner plans on pursuing a Master’s in Public Policy somewhere in the central United States. He hopes to continue sharing his love of history with others through the Amplified Oklahoma podcast.
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.
Christina Schrantz, Digital Projects Intern
Christina Schrantz is a senior international business and history major from Oklahoma City. She is involved on campus in both the Spears School of Business and the History Department, through many different organizations. Christina plans on attending law school after her graduation in 2019 and is considering becoming a professor. She hopes to continue to share her love of history with others.
Rosalie Swingle, Editor
Rosalie Swingle is currently working on her master's in political science and is headed to law school after she graduates in spring 2019. She wants to get involved in American domestic policy. She said her hope is to incorporate OOHRP’s mission of capturing underrepresented voices in her work.