Welcome to the Warwick Oral History Network. We are an interdisciplinary network engaged in theoretical and practical issues involved in interviewing for research. We offer a variety of academic seminars and workshops which are open to all, as well as guidance and support for people's oral history projects. Use this website to meet our members, find out about our events, and explore examples of the research being undertaken at Warwick and in the local community.
ONLINE EVENT: 26 OCTOBER, 17.30, via Zoom: https://bit.ly/2T6Zmmh
INJUSTICE: STORIES FROM POST-INDEPENDENCE AFRICA
Injustice: Stories from Post-Independence Africa’ aims to shine a light on the various injustices that continue to persist on the African continent today. Hosted by Tanyaradzwa Kasinganeti (Warwick GSD ‘20), this event features three speakers who touch on their personal encounters with a wide range of issues including: imprisonment, civil war and police brutality within West, East and Southern Africa. The event will feature a range of speeches and an audience led Q&A at the end.
ORAL HISTORY SOCIETY ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2020 POSTPONED UNTIL 2021
Warwick University guidance on the Coronavirus situation can be found here: https://warwick.ac.uk/insite/coronavirus
Details on the Oral History Society conference postponement can be found here: https://www.ohs.org.uk/
Oral History Interest Group
Are you a student at Warwick who uses oral history/life histories for their research? Are you curious about how oral history works? If so, come along to our informal discussion sessions. We discuss readings, oral history practice and technique, and share advice and experiences. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.