The iNkosi Albert Luthuli Oral History
Competition for the 2017 edition takes place at DBE from today.
Cavett, who has conducted other oral history
projects and co-founded an oral history
organization based in Saint Paul, Minnesota, draws together oral histories from people who lived, worked, or played in Saint PaulAEs historic black neighborhood called Rondo, mostly second or third-generation African Americans in their mid-50s to age 100 whose grandparents settled in Saint Paul at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries.
The website allows users to listen, watch, and read oral history
recordings as well as record their own stories at the traveling StoryBooth.
Malone wrote an opening essay, followed by first-person "testimony" from the alleged victims--an oral history
, of sorts, like writing, only completely different.
Partial contents: "What Makes Queer Oral History
Different," by Kevin P.
Meanwhile, oral history
has also served as an important method to record and create firsthand materials.
A BOOK, Voices from a disused quarry - an oral history
of the Centre for Alternative Technology, is the culmination of a three-year oral history
project involving over 150 local people, as well as the National Library of Wales, the Arts Council of Wales, The People's Collection of Wales and the University of Aberystwyth.
, community, and displacement: Imagining memories in post--apartheid South Africa.
at the Crossroads: Sharing Life Stories of Survival and Displacement
The forum is expected to propose the setting up of a unified GCC strategy to promote the role of oral history
in collecting inventory.
CEO of nNewEra Newspaper, Dr Audrin Mathe, has been put in charge of the project to compile and capture the oral history
of the liberation struggle.
Providing guidance and materials, five slim paperbound books cover, respectively, an introduction to community oral history