Collection ASU0315 - Voices of Andrew [website]

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Voices of Andrew [website]


  • 1992-1993 (Creation)


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Born 1949 in Baffalo, New York, Eugene F. Provenzo, Jr. was a professor in the Deartment of Teaching and Learning at the University of Miami from 1976 to 2013.

Born in 1949 in Baffalo, New York, Dr. Eugene F. Provenzo, Jr. was a professor in the Deartment of Teaching and Learning at the University of Miami from 1976 to 2013. He completed a master’s degree in History at Washington University in 1974 and a Ph.D. from Washington University’s Graduate Institute of Education in the Philosophy and History of Education in 1976.

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The website "Voices of Andrew" provides an online archive of 66 oral history interviews with people who lived through Hurricane Andrew and experienced the subsequent recovery process in the first months after the storm.

The interviews were conducted by undergraduate and graduate students of the University of Miami under the supervision of Professor Eugene F. Provenzo, Jr., Department of Teaching and Learning, School of Education. The web site lists 66 names of the interviewees as well as 63 transcripts and 41 audio recordings of the interviews available online.

The website was developed in collaboration with the Otto G. Richter Library.

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Section 1: Home (landing page)

Section 2: About This Project

Section 3: Interviews (lists 66 names of interviewees with 63 transcripts and 41 audio files)

Section 4: Signs of Andrew (pictures taken by Dr. Provenzo)

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Eugene F. Provenzo, Jr.

Professor Emeritus, School of EducationUniversity of Miami


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Contact address (as of spring 2016): 405 East Beverley Street, Staunton, Virginia 24401

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  • English

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"In the Eyes of the Storm: Student Photographs of Hurricane Andrew" edited by Dr. Eugene F. Provenzo, Jr.

Information about related materials is available at

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