Thoughts on the challenges and responsibility of editing and presenting oral histories translated from their original language.
The Centre for Design History at the University of Brighton is hosting a series of online lectures and a workshop on using oral history to study museum histories. Co-organiser Andrea Potts (PhD researcher, University of Brighton) reflects on how she uses oral history in her own research.
A new oral history project uncovers the hidden history of the Bristol Crisis Service for Women, set up as a feminist collective in the 1980s and still going strong.
Coventry is more known for cars than coal but in Binley the colliery was the focal point of the local community. A recent oral history project has reconnected residents with their mining past and revealed a strong ongoing sense of community.
Oral History Volunteer Interviewer, Meghan Christie, shares successes and learnings from the THREADS: Oral History Programme, which was moved online after the pandemic hit.