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The Project for Writing and Recording Family History
Writing and Recording Family History: A Gift for Generations to Come
Perhaps you've already gotten started on a family history project, taking advantage of the explosion of genealogical research possibilities now online. As you've begun gathering names, dates, and cold genealogical facts, you may yearn to make and share more personal connections to those who came before, in stories about their lives and first-person accounts of their daily struggles, hopes, dreams.
Or maybe you want to begin doing geneaological research and family history writing and wonder where to start.
ASU's Project for Writing and Recording Family History in the College of Letters and Sciences supports teaching, research and public outreach in writing and recording family history in its many forms.
Explore the range of family history-related workshops that our faculty affiliates offer in the community.
Dean, Professor of English
College of Letters and Sciences
University Academic Services Building, Room 228
Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ 85287-1901
233W Santa Catalina Hall
7271 E. Sonoran Arroyo Mall
Mesa, AZ 85212
Applied Ethics Graduate Program Contacts:
Joseph Herkert, Lincoln Assoc. Professor
Irene Rodriguez, Program Coordinator Sr.