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.
Margaretta Jolly describes the aims of Sisterhood and After: The Women’s Liberation Oral History Project, archived at the British Library. She reflects on highlights and challenges and what some interviewees felt ten years on about the role of oral history in women’s fight for equality.
Mencap Cymru’s Our Social Networks project has recently ended. Over three-and-a-half years, one pandemic and 59 oral history interviews we have collected the story of people with a learning disability’s friendships and relationships, as well
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RT @C_PascoeLeahy: Oral historians & qualitative researchers: I'm analysing narratives of childbirth. I am noting striking consistencies in…Read More
RT @OutOnAnIslandIW: Now that our exhibition at @QuayArts has ended, we are pleased to share with you the 18 oral history interviews we car…Read More
A reminder that if you couldn’t attend this year’s #OHSMedia21 online conference, you can view it up until 6th August 2021 via our playback platform online! Watch any part of it by purchasing temp...Read More