Guest blogger: Professor Charlotte Nunes
Today, the Texas After Violence Project intern team had the opportunity to participate in a GLIFOS workshop with T-Kay Sangwand, Human Rights Archivist, and Kathryn Darnall, Graduate Research Assistant, both of the UT Libraries Human Rights Documentation Initiative.
From left to right: Tu-Uyen Nguyen, Charlotte Nunes, Jessica Rubio, T-Kay Sangwand, Sharla Biefeld, Jordan Weber, and Lillie Leone. Image credit: Kathryn Darnall
Since 2009, the Human Rights Documentation Initiative has partnered with the Texas After
Violence Project to digitally archive the audiovisual oral history interviews collected by
TAVP. The interviews are freely available as a resource for public dialogue and scholarly research. GLIFOS is the software used by the HRDI to sync interview transcripts with interview recordings. This makes the interviews more accessible as research tools; they are searchable by content, so researchers can quickly find the themes and topics that most interest them within the oral history interviews.