Now showing items 1-20 of 821

    • Aban Rustomji oral history interview and transcript 

      Rustomji, Aban (2013-07-09)
      Aban Rustomji was born in Surat, India in 1943 but raised in Pakistan. She was raised in a Parsi community. Growing up an only child, she lost her mom at a young age and was very close to her dad as a result. After attaining a bachelor’s degree and marrying her husband, she and her husband relocated to Columbia, Missouri to obtain their master’s ...
    • Abrar Mamun oral history interview on the covid-19 pandemic 

      Mamun, Abrar; Towbin, Hanna (2020-02-24)
    • Adan Rios oral history interview transcript 

      Rios, Adan (2017-01-09)
      This oral history interview was recorded as part of The oH Project: Oral Histories of HIV/AIDS in Houston, Harris County, and Southeast Texas. Founding partners of the project include Legacy Community Health, Montrose Center, and the Woodson Research Center, Rice University. It is the policy of The oH Project to redact the names of third parties in ...
    • African American oral history interviews 

      (1976)
      This oral history interview was recorded as part of Rice Sociology and Political Science Professor Emeritus Chandler Davidson's research into the liberal political movement in Texas during the 1970's.
    • Albert Wei oral history interview and transcript 

      Wei, Albert (2020-03-24)
      Born in Taipei Taiwan, Albert Wei grew up in California as the youngest of three siblings. As an undergrad, he started at Reed College and transferred to Rice University, where he founded what would evolve into Rice’s Caregiving Program, which aims to reduce harm related to alcohol consumption on college campuses. He has teaching experience all across ...
    • Alex Chester oral history interview 

      Chester, Alex (2021-07-14)
    • Alexandra Nuyda oral history interview reflecting on Covid-19 pandemic 

      Nuyda, Alexandra (2020-05-22)
      This special oral history collection is created in response to COVID-19 that started in February 2020. Alexandra Nuyda, a Rice University student who’s a junior (rising senior) in Sociology and Anthropology, concentrated in Science and Technology Studies (STS), spoke about her experiences, including mental health struggles during the COVID-19 pandemic; ...
    • Alexis Melvin oral history interview and transcript 

      Melvin, Alexis; Smith, Maggie (2021)
      Alexis Melvin is a gender-fluid transgender woman. Beginning in the mid-1960s, she worked as a grassroots community organizer to challenge discriminatory policies and work to elect pro-equality policy makers. An independent consultant, transgender activist, photographer, charity fundraiser, and lecturer located in Houston Texas, she is president of ...
    • Alice Wen oral history interview and transcript 

      Wen, Alice (2019-08-09)
      Alice Wen was born in Tainan, Taiwan in 1958. She studied in Taipei First Girls High School in New Taipei City, Taiwan. In college, she studied the sciences and had aspirations of becoming an astronaut. Received scholarship from University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma, she studied abroad and earned her first Master of Science degree. Post-Master ...
    • Allen Gee oral history interview and transcript 

      Gee, Allen (2020-11-10)
      Dr. Allen Gee, currently the Donald L. Jordan Endowed Professor of Creative Writing in Columbus State University, was born in 1962 in Astoria, a mixed ethnic neighborhood in Queens, New York. He grew up with a family background of restaurant owners (his grandfather) and laundry owners (his mother’s side), which are stereotypical Asian immigrant jobs. ...
    • Allen Matusow oral history 

      Matusow, Allen (2019)
      Dr. Allen Matusow was a professor at Rice University during the Abbie Hoffman crisis.
    • Allison Taffet oral history interview on the covid-19 pandemic 

      Taffet, Allison; Yan, Sally (2020-02-18)
    • Allyce Tinsley Cole (Rice Institute, Class of 1953) oral history interview audio and transcript 

      Cole, Allyce Tinsley (1996)
      This oral history interview was recorded during a Rice Women’s Conference in 1996 at Rice University, in Houston, Texas. The conference was hosted by what was then known as Women's Studies at Rice University. Since 2005, the program has been known as the Center for the Study of Women, Gender and Sexuality.
    • Alvin Gee oral history interview reflecting on Covid-19 pandemic 

      Gee, Alvin (2020-07-15)
      The special oral history collection is created in response to COVID-19 that started in February 2020. Mr. Alvin Gee is a professional photographer in Houston, specializing in portrait photography. He discussed his experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic as a small business owner, an Asian American, and a member of the Houston community.
    • Amber David oral history interview transcript 

      David, Amber (2016-08-17)
      This oral history interview was recorded as part of The oH Project: Oral Histories of HIV/AIDS in Houston, Harris County, and Southeast Texas. Founding partners of the project include Legacy Community Health, Montrose Center, and the Woodson Research Center, Rice University. It is the policy of The oH Project to redact the names of third parties in ...
    • Amy Chang Volmer (Rice University, Class of 1977) oral history interview audio and transcript 

      Volmer, Amy Chang (1996)
      This oral history interview was recorded during a Rice Women’s Conference in 1996 at Rice University, in Houston, Texas. The conference was hosted by what was then known as Women's Studies at Rice University. Since 2005, the program has been known as the Center for the Study of Women, Gender and Sexuality.
    • Amy Kan oral history interview reflecting on Covid-19 pandemic 

      Kan, Amy (2020-07-23)
      The special oral history collection is created in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Amy Kan is a Rice University Research staff who serves as the Co-Director of the Brine Chemistry Consortium, the Co-Director of US-China Center for Environmental Remediation and Sustainable Development, and the Associate Editor of SPE J. She was the first case ...