There is now free online access to parts of the Oral History Journal! Take a look at our online articles and reviews.
By Eve Worth London; New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2021, 248 pages, hardback £85.00, e-book £76.50 The Welfare State Generation is a methodologically and thematically-sophisticated exploration of the life histories of thirty-six women from birth in the
Eleanor Herz Swent, with a foreword by Eric C. Nystrom Reno & Las Vegas: University of Nevada Press, 2021, pp 228, $45.00 In the late 1970s, the discovery of gold deposits in Napa County triggered
Responding to the Pandemic: Paul Thompson interviews Karen Worcman of the Museu da Pessoa, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Paul Thompson interviews Karen Worcman of the Museum da Pessoa about oral history during the pandemic
Join the OHS and get more!
Are you interested in contributing an online article or review?
Online articles are not published in the print version of Oral History but are supplementary, sometimes due to their topical nature or because their format lends itself better to being online, such as interview transcripts or audio pieces. We encourage more submissions of this kind: please read our guidance for contributors.
Publishers, artists, producers, and would-be reviewers should contact the reviews editors at email@example.com.