The Hmong Oral History Project
with the support of the Elder Council of the HAMAA,
the Hmong Cultural and Resource Center,
Concordia University's Center for Hmong Studies,
and Concordia University's Faculty Development Program
Dr. Paul Hillmer, Director
Peter Vang, Interviewer emeritus
The Hmong Oral History Project works to connect the younger generations of Hmong, and the broader communities in which many Hmong live, with resources describing Hmong culture in Laos, the Secret War in Southeast Asia, and stories of the Hmong immigrant experience, facilitating greater intercultural and intergenerational understanding.
***Released December 15, 2009: A People's History of the Hmong***
After accumulating a great deal of collective wisdom and insight through
more than 200 oral history interviews, what should one do?
Paul Hillmer wrote a book to share what he had learned.
For reviews and other details, go to his home page (link to the left).
If you know of someone whose memories should be preserved for future generations, please contact Paul Hillmer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Origin of the Hmong Oral History Project