This one-day conference will focus on questions related to oral history and gender, the current status of the field, and perspectives on the future. Themes that will be addressed include the role of gender in the composure of subjective identities; the gendered inter-subjectivities of the narrator and listener; the influence of sexuality, class and ethnicity on the formation of subjectivities; and inter- and trans-generational memory.
Keynote speaker: Prof. Penny Summerfield.
All are welcome and refreshments are provided, but registration is required.
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