WORDS AND SILENCES, Oficial Journal of the International Oral History Association releases its new online issue.
Vol 6, No 1 (December 2011)
The Workings of Oral History
Table of Contents
What in the World? A Status Report on Oral History
After the Fall: New Yorkers Remember September 2001 and the Years that Followed
Charis Emily Shafer
Review of Moving Stories by Alistair Thomson, with Phyllis Cave, Gwen Good, Joan Pickett and Dorothy Wright.
Ariella Van Luyn
___Practice and Community
Oral History and Online Publishing: Establishing and Managing the Oral History Forum d’histoire orale
Studying voices of past: Uzbek experience in making oral-history researches of Soviet period
Alisher Tursunovich Sabirov
Oral History as a Methodological Tool to Enable Students to Appropriate Their Own Recent Past
Oral history interviews as historical sources in the classroom
Education, Inspiration and Determination: Life Lessons of Child Exiles of the Spanish Civil War
Alicia Pozo-Gutierrez, Padmini Broomfield
Voices of the Persecuted and Slovak Collective Memory after 1989.
Forced migration, exile and imaginary land-heaven. The case of Greek-Pontians in Caucasus.
‘American friends are for school … Indian friends are for everything else’: Developmental Characteristics of Asian Indian Children in the United States
M. Gail Hickey
The Czechoslovak Political Prisoners: The Return to Society
The Possible Use of the Oral History Method in the Study of Everyday Life
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