Research at Warwick
Warwick-based members are engaged in a range of research projects which involve oral history, interviewing, life stories etc. Click on the links in the list below to discover the oral history projects being worked on by our members here at the university.
The OHN provides assistance to oral history projects in the local community. This comes in the form of guidance with aspects of oral history practice such as ethics and interview technique, and the recruiting of student volunteers where appropriate. If you have a project with which you would like help/advice, do not hesitate to get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Click on the links in the list below to discover more about these projects.
Warwickshire Wildlife Trust/Dunsmore Living Landscape
"As part of their National Lottery Heritage Funded project, the team at the Dunsmore Living Landscape are undertaking oral history interviews with local residents to collect memories of the Binley Colliery. The colliery formerly occupied the site on which the Claybrookes Marsh nature reserve is now found [...]"