The Institute of Oral History and the University must abide by terms of the agreement signed by narrators, interviewers, and/or donors when they assigned ownership, including copyright, to the University. Interviews catalogued as "unrestricted" are open to the public. Interviews catalogued as "restricted" are subject to various time seals and other special conditions. In some cases, material from these restricted interviews may be used by compliance with the imposed condition. Check with the staff of Special Collections (915-747-5697) for information about these matters.Permission to Publish
Users are expected to comply with the generally accepted policy known as "fair use." In no case should entire transcripts be reproduced, and only brief passages should be quoted verbatim. If you desire to publish, distribute, prepare for public performance, broadcast, or display a substantial portion of an interview, you should obtain permission in writing from Special Collections.
A print guide to the oral history collection is available in the UTEP Library’s Special Collections Department.
Submissions from 2006
Interview no. 1205, Agustín Alvarez
Interview no. 1079, Jose Alvarez M.
Interview no. 1321, Alfredo Angulo Castro
Interview no. 1290, José Mario Arredondo Salas
Interview no. 1206, Agustin Bautista
Interview no. 1146, Jesus Bautista R.
Interview no. 1200, Salvador Beltran Torres
Interview no. 1166, Pedro Benitez
Interview no. 1208, Efraín Benítez Satana
Interview no. 1078, Arturo Berumen
Interview no. 1323, Ramón Bravo García
Interview no. 1198, Jose B. Sanchez
Interview no. 1209, Marcelino Burcíaga
Interview no. 1291, Jesús M. Calles Quijada
Interview no. 1147, Jesus Campos Ortiz
Interview no. 1210, Gregorio Canseco
Interview no. 1186, Raul Cardenas M.
Interview no. 1211, Pedro Carmona
Interview no. 1145, María C. Ayon
Interview no. 1213, Francisco Ceceña
Interview no. 1214, Alfonso Ceja
Interview no. 1293, Manuel Chávez Romo
Interview no. 1292, Maria Luisa Chávez Vda. de Flores
Interview no. 1215, Leonardo Chavira Carrillo
Interview no. 1227, Guillermo C. Manzo