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Memory, Trauma and Ethics
Volume: 26, Issue: 2 (1998)
Oral History- 'More Dangerous than Therapy'?: Interviewees' Reflections on Recording Traumatic or Taboo Issues
Author(s): Wendy Rickard

Distressing Histories and Unhappy Interviewing
Author(s): David W. Jones

Telling Stories of the War: Ageing Veterans Coping with Their Memories through Narrative
Author(s): Nigel Hunt and Ian Robbins

Ethical Dilemmas: Oral History Work with People with Learning Difficulties
Author(s): Sheena Rolph

We Want to Speak of Old Times: An Oral History and Theatre Project about Migration from the Caribbean to England in the 1950s and 1960s
Author(s): Pam Schweitzer

Public History
'Looking Backward, Looking Forward': A Life in Public History
Author(s): Stephen Brier

Land of Laundries: An Oral History Installation
Author(s): Al Johnson

The Oral History Reader
Author(s): Robert Perks, Alistair Thomson

War and Memory in the Twentieth Century
Author(s): Martin Evans, Ken Lunn

Past Trauma in Late Life: European Perspectives on Therapeutic Work with Older People
Author(s): Linda Hunt, Mary Marshall, Cherry Rowlings

Madness in Its Place: Narratives of Severalls Hospital, 1913-1997
Author(s): Diana Gittins

A Question of Conscience Conscientious Objectors in the Two World Wars
Author(s): Felicity Goodall

Generating Socialism: Recollections of Life in the Labour Party
Author(s): Daniel Weinbren

The People's Palace Book of Glasgow
Author(s): Liz Carnegie, Harry Dunlop, Susan Jeffrey, Mark O'Neill

Oral Narrative Research with Black Women
Author(s): Kim Marie Vaz

Portraits in Steel
Author(s): Milton Rogovin, Michael Frisch