Preserving the voice of the past
Interested in oral history?
For almost half a century, the Oral History Society has supported people who want to record and preserve spoken history and share it with others. We encourage people of all ages to record their own and other people’s life stories.
The National Life Stories team strives to include diverse voices in all of our ongoing collections; in the projects we run from the department and the projects with whom we act as archival partners. There
Paul Thompson, Ken Plummer, and Neli Demireva Bristol: Policy Press, 2021, pp 254, £60.00, hardback This lovely book offers an elegant and accessible introduction to the fifty-eight life interviews of pioneering UK social scientists initiated
Online exhibition review The images and sounds echoing through to the present from the intertwined histories of HIV/AIDS, LGBTQ communities, and religion in the United States conventionally resound with righteous anger and cacophony. As powerfully
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