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Susan W. Schofield Oral History Award Recipients

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Established in 2018, the Susan W. Schofield Oral History Award is given annually by the Stanford Historical Society Oral History Program for excellence in the practice of oral history. 

Its purpose is to encourage oral history at Stanford University, to strengthen the collections of the Stanford Historical Society (SHS) and the Stanford Libraries, and to recognize excellent quality in oral history work. Below is the list of our past recipients. 

YearAward Recipient(s)
2024Alison Carpenter Davis--Disability at Stanford Oral History Project
2023Eric Knight--Voices from the Hennessy Presidency
2022Michael Kahan and Nova Meurice--Urban Studies at 50
2021Dharshani Lakmali Jayasinghe--In Transit: An Oral History Project about Crossing Borders
2020Betsy G. Fryberger--Arts at Stanford Project
2019Barre Fong and Connie Young Yu--Chinese Railroad Workers in North America Project
2018Susan W. Schofield (Inaugural Award Recipient)