Brooke Bryan, Antioch College
Brooke Bryan is a phenomenologist with an audio recorder, or in other words, an oral history methodologist immersed in ontological philosophy. Ever enchanted with the nuances of daily lived experience, she never leaves home without her audio recorder. As a faculty member in Antioch College’s Cooperative Education program, she teaches interview methodology for engaged community research, tools for digital scholarship, and interdisciplinary courses, while helping students secure meaningful fieldwork opportunities.
Brooke holds a graduate degree in Oral History Methodology and studied the Humanities (World Classics) during her undergraduate experience with an emphasis in the phenomenology of place. When not wandering Cincinnati, Philadelphia, or Chicago with students, she can be found washing her dishes by hand in her 1842 rural abode.
- Case Study: A Closer Look at Community Partnerships, Brooke Bryan
- Why Here/Why Now: Using Websites to Power Community Projects, Brooke Bryan
- Digitally engaged undergraduate research project, live-archived as a teaching resource: whyherewhynow.org
- For a review of my use of algorithms to visualize spoken word, please read this post in the Oral Historian’s Digital Toolbox from Concordia University.
- My OHDA piece on navigating informed consent in the digital age was published in the Winter/Spring edition of the Oral History Review.