Natalie Jean Marine-Street

Oral History Program Manager, Stanford Historical Society

Natalie Jean Marine-Street
(650) 725-2393

I manage the Stanford Historical Society's Oral History Program. The program documents the history of the university through interviews with faculty, staff, and alumni; conducts theme-based projects on topics ranging from the experiences of the university’s pioneering female faculty members to the history of Stanford’s athletics program; and serves as an oral history education and training resource to the university community. I plan projects and conduct interviews myself, but I'm also privileged to work with scores of Stanford oral history volunteers who help us accomplish our mission.

 

Education 

  • Ph.D., History, Stanford University
  • MA, History, San Francisco State University
  • BA, History and American Studies, American University

Professional activities 

American Historical Association

Organization of American Historians

Oral History Association;  Oral History Association Program Committee

Oral History Text Analysis Project, Team Member

Western Association of Women Historians

More about me 

In addition to oral history, I am a specialist in women's history and the history of business and institutions. 

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