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I Can't Breathe ... Marjorie H Morgan Oct 27
This Friday, online. Free tickets discussing Black Oral Histories in the North with , Maria Paul and
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Oral History Society Nov 25
'Can personal photographs become a means to conduct oral histories?' Check Out the latest blog from 'Personal and Oral History'
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NOHANZ Nov 20
It's been an eventful two days at the Stout-Nohanz conference so far! Started with workshops on telling audio stories, with pictures, managing collections, and a history tour with Walk
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Holly Guise ❄️ Nov 21
My mug arrived! 💜 Quyaana ⁦⁩ & ⁦⁩ for having me visit morning coffee the other week! It was fun chatting about , , &
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Eerika K-K Nov 27
Soon in the same panel "Studying childhood and youth memories: methodological approaches". Panel chaired by
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East Midlands Oral History Archive Nov 27
The Conference got off to a cracking start this morning with a presentation about 'Talk' by Cliona O'Carroll - thought-provoking ideas around . If you can't join the sessions today, well worth catching up with the recordings afterwards.
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Alison Atkinson-Phillip Nov 26
And here's one from my wonderful collaborator who is both researcher and participant in our project
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Oral History Center Nov 24
paper due? ✅ We have interviews on just about every topic imaginable. Search from our home page. 💻 Online & free, 24/7 🐻 Bonus: $500 prize for undergrads Prize details:
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Aaro Sahari Nov 25
Today power, authority, and voice in/on oral history at 7th conference
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Timothy Hensley Nov 22
Having said that, once we've had a year or two of post-pandemic reflection, I just might start a COVID Cuffing Season project.
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Rikers Public Memory Project Nov 25
Arielsela Holdbrook-Smith, a Master of Public Health student concentrating in Community Health Science and Practice at NYU’s School of Global Public Health, is one of our awesome volunteers working on our Rikers oral history program. Thanks Arielsela!
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Shirleene Robinson Nov 26
Thank you so much for this wonderful review of & my book in military service. We were honoured to be able to tell this history & thank all our interviewees
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Connected Histories Of The BBC Nov 20
Are you interested in ? Listen to Frank Gillard, the former Director of Radio, explain his ideas and motivation for the BBC oral history project. The project is building on his work, making those histories available to the public:
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Texas Oral History Association Nov 20
Check out SPOH's happy hour on December 3! Special guest . Link in original tweet.
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LAhistory Nov 20
Happy birthday to artist Corita Kent (1918–1986)! “I can remember always making things, like designing things, paper dolls & their clothes, and then drawing,” (from her : ).
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Tiina Äikäs Nov 25
Today I'll be giving a paper together with Annemari Tranberg
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Rachael A.Beyer Nov 20
Our physical doors may be closed but that isn’t stopping us! I’m so proud to be developing amazing programs and collections that support Coloradans continuing to hear (from home!) the amazing stories of their neighbors past and present.
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William Burns Nov 20
I am delighted to see the publication of my first peer-reviewed article! The article focuses on oral histories of noise and piecework in Paisley's thread mills. Thanks to the women who shared their memories with me!
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Dales Museum Nov 19
We also have a wonderful interview with Mr Spencer in our collection.
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SocialHistorySociety Nov 24
We're listening to the past on the research exchange this week. Our latest blog considers the way can be used to explore regional perspectives:
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