Nicholas Finley

This is a self-interview in which I talk about the events in my life which have brought me to where I am today. I detail how family, race, and illness have shaped my story in an auto-ethnography format.

Music heard from Seattle to Fairfax.

I conducted this interview with my mother, Nicole Daniels. She gave me an interesting perspective on how the music industry and how we consume music has evolved throughout the years. We touched on what’s different and what has stayed the...

Maggie Elliot and Linda Mercer

Maggie Elliot [no age given] interviews her grandmother Linda Mercer (77) about growing up in a rural community, living in Seattle during the 1960s and her adventures with her husband, Don, as newlyweds in Europe.

Interview my new classmate

Duhee is my classmate who we met at SCIE, and we talked about the experience of international student in the US.

Jesse Barnes and Yong Ho Lee

Interview describing what it was like to immigrate to the United States from South Korea in 1974, eventually becoming one of the first Asian police office in a three county area (centered around Brazos County) in Texas in 1988.


We talked about his migration story.

Kyle Fukumoto (13) interviewing Judy Freel (82), his grandmother about her life experiences.

In this interview, conducted in November 2018 in Simi Valley, CA, Kyle Fukumoto (13) interviews his maternal grandma, Judy Freel (82) about her life experiences. She details her childhood in Seattle, and talks about raising Michele, Kyle’s mom.