This week’s interview is with Liz Schultz, who is scheduled to take over from Pat Murphy as the executive director of the Oberlin Heritage Center. Schultz started eight years ago as the museum education and tourism coordinator.
The Heritage Center has its own oral history program, which Schultz mentions in passing as having recorded roughly 150 interviews. This interview will also be shared with the Heritage Center for posting or distribution according to their methods. (It should also be said that one of those involved with the oral history project, Marly Merrill, is a supporter of this podcast.)
We talked about her early interest in archeology clear through to the idea that modern technology has its own items that will need to be saved. Save those .pdfs people.