The Canoe Journals of Early Twentieth Century And Their Testiment To American Culture

An interview of Martha Greene Phillips, daughter of Howard Greene, about how his canoeing journals leave a history rarely documented. These journals contain well preserved photographs from 1906 to 1916 documenting the natural beauty of deindustrialized land and peaceful native...

Interviewing Dad: Thanksgiving 2019

On my dad’s 58th birthday, I decided to sit down with him and talk about his journey through life as someone who grew up in the Chinese Cultural Revolution, saw the Berlin Wall go down, and then immigrated to the...

Personal History Interview

In this interview, conducted in Colorado on May 20th, 2019, Jeffrey Li interviews his mother Danlin Liu about her life experiences and stories. She first talks about her childhood in China and what life was like in her hometown, as...

Laila – Brasil a Texas

We talked about perception of US culture, growing up in Brazil, moving to the US, and a little bit of Thanksgiving.

A Conversation About Experiences and Cultural Differences

The interview included details about past experiences such as growing up in India, having an arranged marriage, and immigrating to the United States.

The world through your eyes

I talked with a friend from Antigua about what it was like growing up in a different country. It was very inspirational to hear about the different things he has done as a child that we here in America might...

Interview with my mom about her experience as an immigrant
December 3, 2018 App Interview

Lejla Hadzidedic discusses her expectations and experience as an immigrant, as well as the process of adapting to American life. She elaborates on the way her perception of the culture had changed and how it differs to that of Bosnia,...

An Interview with my Mother

My mother and I talk about cultural differences between China and America, her immigration story, the Cultural Revolution, and generational differences.

Jay, GY, and Alex Discuss Stereotypes

Jay and GY, Intensive English Program students from South Korea, discuss stereotypes with Alex, their Language Partner from the U.S. Stereotypes include ones that foreigners have of Korean people and ones they had before coming to the U.S.

Experiences of a Hmong American student in the United States

Interview with a young Hmong American man about his family history and his own experiences growing up in America.

No Regrets

Teenager, Vivian Lee (17) interviews her grandma (74) at their family home in New Jersey, Egg Harbor Township. Her grandma recalls the hardships she faced when she lived in China and how fortunate she was when she came to America....

A Look at Cultural Differences

I interviewed my roommate Anh Nguyen about the difference in culture between her and her parents, how she feels about Americans fascination with Asian culture, and the importance of representation

Rosemarie Timoney

Irish culture in Philadelphia and the founding of the Timoney School of Irish Dance