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From the Archives: Enhancing Access to the NBA Oral Histories 

May 11

Penn Law Archives Intern, Kathryn Gstalder, describes her work on the National Bankruptcy Archives (NBA) Oral History Collection.
Archives, Library News, national bankruptcy archives, oral histories, Oral History 

Honnold on Honnold: An Oral History Interview with Professor John Honnold 

March 2

The Penn Law community was saddened to learn of the recent passing of Professor John O. Honnold, Jr., a preeminent figure in international law who taught at the Law School from 1946…

john honnold, Library News, oral histories 

Summers on Summers: An Oral History Interview with Professor Clyde Summers 

January 11

Penn Law and the community at large lost one of the singular figures in American legal education with the passing of Professor Clyde Summers who died on October 30, 2010. Summers...

clyde summers, Library News, oral histories 

The Penn Law School Legal Oral History Project: Leaders of the Law, in Their Own Words 

August 18

In his book, The Voice of the Past, the sociologist Paul Thompson comments on the cultural importance of oral histories, saying:[oral history] can break down barriers between teachers and…
Library News, oral histories 

Recent Developments in the National Bankruptcy Archives 

February 13

There are many interesting projects currently going on in the National Bankruptcy Archives, a repository of records and papers related to bankruptcy, debtor-creditor relations, and the reorganization of…
henry sommer, ken klee, Library News, national bankruptcy archives, oral histories