Women in Print

People/Project

Suzanne Snider (Project Founder, Interviewer, Editor) is a writer and oral historian whose oral history projects have involved public health narratives, memory and trauma, early 20th century communes, women’s sex lives, disappearing labor forces, and feminist presses. She has received support for her nonfiction work from Yaddo, the MacDowell Colony, and the Radcliffe Institute. She teaches courses on oral history, song hunting, and fieldwork at the New School University. She is the Founder/Director of Oral History Summer School
Vanessa Maruskin (Project Manager, Research) is a freelance producer and project manager.  She has produced and associate produced a variety of plays, short films and documentary projects  and is currently working toward her Masters in Media Studies at The New School.

Svetlana Kitto (Research) is a writer and oral historian living in New York City. She has recently completed her coursework in the oral history master’s program at Columbia University and is now working on her thesis, which she hopes to turn into a novel. Her research on AIDS in the queer community, intergenerationality and oral history has been selected for inclusion in a number of academic conferences.

Din Clarke (Audio Producer, Editor) is a writer, audio documentarian, radio producer and audio/video editor based in Brooklyn, New York. She is also a graduate student in the Studio 20 program at the Arthur L. Carter School of Journalism at NYU..

Meral Agish (Research, Grants) is an oral historian and nonprofit fundraiser. Her current project focuses on storytelling and cooking traditions adopted by immigrant communities during periods of forced exile. She will soon leave her native New York City to pursue post-graduate work at Duke University’s Center for Documentary Studies

The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study offers oral history fellowships to individuals conducting projects centered on women’s history or gender. The interviews will be archived at the Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America.

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