The Collective Memory Project (CMP) is an ongoing oral history project, dedicated to enhancing the historical and archival record of various presidential administrations.
The CPH films interviews with members of presidential administrations, as well as both public officials and private citizens who played important roles during those administrations. These interviews are transcribed and prepared for both future online presentation as well as archival storage. Learn more.
You can explore our first live project on the oft-overlooked, yet pivotal election cycle of 2004 by clicking here.
The CPH regularly organizes and hosts a wide variety of lectures, conferences, and events, focused on broadening our understanding of presidential history and its potential for aiding ongoing contemporary debates for our nation’s future course.