Interviewing Ailly Chua

My friend Ailly tells me about her experience moving back and forth from Japan to the United States.

Meg Heubeck and Yijing Shen

[Recorded Thursday, November 11, 2021] Meg (54) and Yijing (21) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. They discuss cross-cultural perspectives on American democracy, parent-child relationships, and their shared interest in traveling to other countries.

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James Reeves and Amy Spiker

Amy Spiker (43) interviews her father, James Reeves (87) about his time serving as a Marine during WWII. He also talks about his 70-year career as an auto garage owner and his 64-year marriage.

In Your Own Words with Pele Voncujovi

Originally a celebration of Black History Month, February 2018, Middlebury College's Davis Family Library has initiated a series of oral interviews, "In Your Own Words." In them, Literatures & Cultures Librarian Katrina Spencer engages members of the community who trace...

Aiden Briesacher and Kelly Barnes

Aiden Briesacher: 2020-11-29 21:07:51 Aiden Briesacher (17) speaks with her Aunt, Kelly Barnes (50), about her life. Travel experiences in India, Japan, London, China, Australia and more as well as childhood memories, life in different countries, and a surprise reveal...

Rose Guterbock and Regina A.

[Recorded: Monday, March 14, 2022] Rose Guterbock (36) and Regina A. (65) have a One Small Step conversation. Rose spent her formative years in Japan as an international student and now runs a non-profit in Charlottesville. Regina lives in Vienna...

Lori Morimoto and Sue Marguerite Dootson

Lori Morimoto and Sue Marguerite Dootson have a One Small Step conversation. Lori is a professor at the University of Virginia, and Sue is a children's book author. They talk about their shared experience of spending much of their life...

Asuka expresses individuality over time with different hair cuts and styles, sometimes rejecting societal standards.

A Japanese American artist and teacher, Asuka tells about how her hair has expressed different aspects of identity over the years, her relationships with her mother and grandmother, and her braided hair styles.