Cai Parry-Jones

I have been a Trustee of the OHS since 2017 and I am chiefly responsible for planning and managing the Society's digital communications. I was first introduced to oral history as an undergraduate, but my involvement in the field really began during my PhD when I worked on an NLHF-funded oral history exhibition project called 'Hineni' with both the Cardiff Reform Synagogue and Butetown History and Arts Centre.

I am currently working on the exhibition for the proposed UK Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre in London. Prior to this, I worked as a Digital Collections Manager at the Royal Horticultural Society's Lindley Library and as an Oral History Curator at the British Library, where I worked on several in-house and partnering exhibition projects with organisations like Tate Britain and the Library of Birmingham. I am interested in how the GLAM sector uses oral history, particularly in exhibitions and online resources, and alongside researching the history of Welsh Jewry, I volunteer as an oral history interviewer for the History of Parliament Trust.

Rydw i'n siarad Cymraeg ac mae croeso i chi gysylltu â mi yn Gymraeg.

Cai Parry-Jones
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