The Collective Memory Project (CMP) is an ongoing oral history project, dedicated to enhancing the historical and archival record of various presidential administrations, beginning with the presidency of George W. Bush.
The first Collective Memory Project explores the oft-overlooked, yet pivotal election cycle of 2004. The CPH focuses on key subjects and events from the times, and explores those in-depth through interviews with people from both within and outside of the administration.
As we develop a new web-presence for our Collective Memory Project, you can view this Election of 2004 project on the following interim site: https://blog.smu.edu/cphcmp/
The CPH is currently working on projects focused on the issues listed below. The CPH team films interviews with members of presidential administrations, as well as both public officials and private citizens who played important roles during these events. These interviews are transcribed and prepared for future public presentation via the web and other publishing venues.