129 episodes

An oral history podcast. Coming Soon, Season 3: Join us as we research, write, and submit an academic article for publication in a peer-reviewed journal.Season 2: Daily advice and prompts for students and practitioners of Oral History. Season 1: Daily blog and interview series of teachers and students in the COVID19 era. Brought to you by the South Phoenix Oral History Project at South Mountain Community College. Formerly the More and More Every Day Podcast. Contact us: https://southphoenixoralhistory.com/historysouthmountain@gmail.com@SMCC History (Twitter/Insta)

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An oral history podcast. Coming Soon, Season 3: Join us as we research, write, and submit an academic article for publication in a peer-reviewed journal.Season 2: Daily advice and prompts for students and practitioners of Oral History. Season 1: Daily blog and interview series of teachers and students in the COVID19 era. Brought to you by the South Phoenix Oral History Project at South Mountain Community College. Formerly the More and More Every Day Podcast. Contact us: https://southphoenixoralhistory.com/historysouthmountain@gmail.com@SMCC History (Twitter/Insta)

    3.17 "Where is South Phoenix? Northern Boundaries"

    3.17 "Where is South Phoenix? Northern Boundaries"

    In Episode 17 of the "South Phoenix Oral History Project," hosts Summer and Ele dissect the northern boundaries of South Phoenix. Focusing on landmarks like the Salt River, railroad tracks, and highways, they uncover which features are most commonly cited. Tune in to unravel the geography that defines this vibrant community.

    Join Summer and Ele as they navigate through the web of geographical markers that shape perceptions of "North" South Phoenix. From the Salt River to the railroad tracks and highways, the hosts examine which landmarks emerge as the most cited indicators of the community's northern boundaries.

    Listeners can expect to be immersed in a dynamic dialogue as Summer and Ele unravel the layers of significance embedded within each boundary. Through engaging discussions and insightful analysis, the hosts shed light on the historical, cultural, and geographical factors that influence boundary perceptions.

    Season 3 music is provided by Susanna Velarde Covarrubias.

    • 37 min
    3.16 "Exploring Impressions of South Phoenix"

    3.16 "Exploring Impressions of South Phoenix"

    At the heart of this episode lies a thought-provoking survey question: "What are your impressions of the geographical, historical, and demographic makeup of South Phoenix?"

    Join Ele and Summer as they delve into the responses to this insightful question, offering listeners an understanding of how individuals perceive and interpret South Phoenix. Through engaging discussions and reflective analysis, the hosts navigate through the complexities of geography, history, and demographics that define the identity of this community.

    Whether you're a local resident, a researcher, or simply curious about the stories that define South Phoenix, Episode 16 is sure to inspire and intrigue.

    Tune in and join Ele and Summer as they navigate through the survey data!

    Season 3 music is provided by Susanna Velarde Covarrubias.

    • 24 min
    3.15 "Refining the Roadmap: Revisiting The Essay Plan and Survey Insights"

    3.15 "Refining the Roadmap: Revisiting The Essay Plan and Survey Insights"

    In Episode 15 of the "South Phoenix Oral History Project," hosts Ele and Summer will revisit the foundational elements of their research endeavor. This episode promises a deep dive into the revision of their essay plan, with a particular focus on fine-tuning the research questions that will guide their exploration.

    Join Ele and Summer as they evaluate the effectiveness and clarity of their research questions. Through thoughtful analysis and collaborative brainstorming, they aim to sharpen the focus of their inquiry and ensure alignment with the overarching objectives of their study.

    Finally, the hosts focus on the insights gleaned from the survey question, "What are the characteristics of South Phoenix as you have defined it?" Through meticulous analysis of respondent perspectives, Ele and Summer discover diverse prespectives that contribute to the identity of South Phoenix.

    • 31 min
    3.14 "Arriving in South Phoenix: Exploring Perceptions and Boundaries"

    3.14 "Arriving in South Phoenix: Exploring Perceptions and Boundaries"

    In Episode 14 of the "South Phoenix Oral History Project," hosts Summer and Ele explore perceptions and boundaries through the lens of a thought-provoking survey question: "If you're traveling to get to South Phoenix, how do you know you've arrived?"

    From physical landmarks to cultural cues, the hosts delve into the layers that define the experience of entering this community. Through engaging discussions and insightful analysis, Summer and Ele shed light on the deeper meanings embedded within the survey responses. 

    Whether you're a local resident, a traveler, or simply curious about the ways in which we define and experience place, Episode 14 is sure to inspire and intrigue.

    Season 3 music is provided by Susanna Velarde Covarrubias.

    • 19 min
    3.13 "South Phoenix Through Landmarks"

    3.13 "South Phoenix Through Landmarks"

    In Episode 13 of the "South Phoenix Oral History Project," hosts Summer and Ele offer listeners a fascinating peek into survey design. "Describe South Phoenix landmarks." is a deliberately crafted question that provides respondents with a platform to articulate their perspectives and contribute to the definition of South Phoenix from within.

    Tune in as Summer and Ele delve into the responses, exploring the diverse array of landmarks that hold significance for the community. Through this lens, the hosts unveil not only physical landmarks but also the symbolic, cultural, and historical touchstones that shape the identity of South Phoenix.

    Prepare to be immersed in the sights, sounds, and stories that define South Phoenix as seen through the eyes of its residents.

    Season 3 music is provided by Susanna Velarde Covarrubias.

    • 29 min
    3.12 "Data Analysis Begins: Demographics"

    3.12 "Data Analysis Begins: Demographics"

    In the much-anticipated Episode 12 of the "South Phoenix Oral History Project," hosts Summer and Ele take a deep dive into the heart of their research journey. This time, they roll up their sleeves and begin the intricate process of analyzing the data collected from their survey.

    The episode kicks off with a focus on demographic questions, exploring key aspects like age, race, and ethnicity. The intrigue then unfolds as Summer and Ele zero in on two pivotal questions: "Do you live in South Phoenix?" and "If you have worked or lived in South Phoenix, please tell us for how long."

    Join Summer and Ele as they navigate the nuances of this data, extracting narratives that illuminate South Phoenix's community and history. Whether you're a data enthusiast, a research aficionado, or simply curious about the stories embedded in survey responses, Episode 12 is a captivating exploration into the heart of the South Phoenix narrative.

    Season 3 music is provided by Susanna Velarde Covarrubias.

    • 24 min

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