In partnership with the Obama Foundation, INCITE/CCOHR is conducting the official Obama Presidency Oral History Project. Through interviews with over 400 people – from cabinet members and executive branch policymakers, to key public figures outside of the White House, to ‘ordinary citizens’ impacted by the presidency and its policies – the project promises to weave the memories of administration officials about critical decisions with the stories and experiences of people touched by those decisions, and thus to capture the essence of our country’s engagement with the Obama Presidency.
REALM aims to shed light on the processes that sustain unfair migrant labor by improving our empirical understanding of the structures and dynamics implicated in recruitment for temporary work in the Gulf Cooperation Council region.
INCITE is working with a novel corpus of text-based school data to develop a multi-dimensional measure of the degree to which American colleges and universities offer a liberal arts education.
INCITE is the institutional home to the Columbia Center for Oral History Research and the Oral History Master of Arts. Learn More: