On November 14th, SFA oral historian Amy Evans gave a presentation on SFA oral history projects and how to conduct fieldwork to high school students at The Randolph School in Huntsville, AL. Thier teacher, Jennifer Rossuck, has incorporated foodways into her english curriculum. Students study works such as Babbette's Feast, Like Water for Chocolate, and Fast Food Nation. In the spring Ms. Rossuck's students will be resonsible for a final project, for which she hopes they will turn to oral history. If the class accepts this challenge, we look forward to including their work in our online archive. We'll keep you posted on their progress.
PHOTO: Amy Evans (second from left) with students at The Randolph School.