We are excited to invite you to our second Kahaukani Conversations event, featuring author and historian Jane Marshall Goodsill.
Join Ms. Goodsill in a lively discussion about her work as an oral historian. She will be sharing collection techniques, creative ways of presenting material, pros and cons of editing, use of photographs, and efficient ways to archive data. “It is not enough to collect wonderful historical information; it is essential to make it available to people.”
* Register by February 24 to be entered in a drawing to receive a signed copy of her recently published book, Voices of Hawai‘i: Life Stories from the Generation that Shaped the Aloha State. Winners must be able to pick up their book in-person at MHC.
Click below to go to the registration page; the Zoom link will be emailed to you prior to the presentation. We hope to see you there!
About the Speaker
Born and raised on O‘ahu, Jane Marshall Goodsill listened to thousands of hours of personal stories over the course of her career as a Licensed Professional Counselor. After retirement, she served for ten years on her county’s historical commission during which time, she refined the art of taking oral histories.
Kahaukani Conversations is made possible with support from:
Atherton Family Foundation
G. N. Wilcox Trust