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Next event: Oluwalanaire Aderemi / Story Story

7 March, 16.30, via MS Teams

https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3a1e53a0761cc143cca1a7d46189316c61%40thread.tacv2/1645783957940?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%2209bacfbd-47ef-4465-9265-3546f2eaf6bc%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%227ffe912e-1fae-4b8a-b42a-1595e3b5c2e3%22%7d

lanaire aderemi is an AHRC-funded PhD candidate in Literary Practice on the Warwick Writing Programme: https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/scapvc/wwp/people/OluwalanaireAderemi

'story story' is a four part audio history series brought to you by lanaire aderemi productions and Loopify Media. Using dramatisation and immersive soundscaping, this podcast explores important events in Nigeria’s history. from culture to politics to folklore, story story pulls forgotten nigerian histories from the margin to the centre.
 

Discussion and Q&A

Forthcoming events:

7 April: Creating and Working with Oral Historical Sources - online workshop co-organised with University of Leicester/M4C

28 April: Oral History and Disability - join Warwick-Monash reading group, chaired by Kirstie Neal

 

Previous Events

Since launching in June 2011, the OHN has put on a wide variety of talks, seminars, and reading groups.

2021-2022

  • 1 December, 'Memories of Binley Colliery', with Pierre Botcherby, Daniel Loveard, Dan Smith, Fu Ge Yang, Kiera Evans
  • 17 November, Warwick reading group, 'ethics and safeguarding in oral history'
  • 13 October, Warwick reading group, 'remote oral history interviewing', chaired by Beckie Rutherford
  • 13 October, Informal meet-and-greet for new and existing members

2020-2021

  • 12 August, Warwick-Monash reading group, 'ethics and safeguarding in oral history', chaired by Carla Pascoe Leahy
  • 22 June, Warwick reading group, 'reflexivity in oral history', chaired by Georgia Clancy
  • 25 May, 'Queering oral and global history: LGBT+ immigrants of colour in Coventry', with Somak Biswas, Dipak Panchal, and Amal Malik
  • 6 May, Warwick-Monash reading group, 'queer and indigenous oral history', chaired by Sue Lemos
  • 24 February: 'Global technologies, local patients: challenges, reflexivity, and positionality', with Sara Bamdad
  • 26 October: 'Injustice: Stories from Post-Independence Africa', with Tanyaradzwa Kasinganeti, Teejae Mai, Temi 'Tori Talks' Toriola, and Evan Mawarire

2019-2020

  • 11 June: Online launch of 'Then & Now: Arts at Warwick', via Microsoft Teams - a recording is available on the exhibition website!
  • 28 January: 'Interviewing local NGOs and migrants: collecting data in the context of Central American migration in Mexico', with Erika Herrera-Rosales
  • 15 October: 'Queering the British Library', with Steven Dryden (British Library). Joint event with Queer History Warwick and The Library.

2018-2019

  • 29 May: 'Les raconteuses du Levant: untold stories of female Hakawatis and the challenges they pose to sustainable development discourse in the Arab-speaking world', with Cathia Jenainati
  • 6 March: 'Taking slices from their lives: the challenges of using life history as a research instrument/method', with Olayinka Egbokhare
  • 4 December: 'Working with memory to avoid repeating the horror', with Maria Luisa Ortiz

2017-2018

  • 2 July: Seminar: 'Muslim Mothers in Britain', with Sariya Cheruvallil
  • 21 February: Workshop: Hidden Stories of 21st Century Latin America and the Caribbean', organised by Stephanie Panichelli-Batalla.
  • November: 'Oral History Week'
    • 14 November: 'The Place of Birth: Mothers, Midwives, Birth Attendants and Choices about childbirth in C20 Uganda', with Kathleen Vongsathorn.
    • 15 November: 'Relaunch of the Oral History Network', with Angela Davis, Stephanie Panichelli-Batalla, Kathleen Vongsathorn, and Alison Ribeiro de Menezes.
    • 16 November: The Vietnamese diaspora in Australia: Nathalie Nguyen in discussion

2015-2016

  • 3 Virtual Q&A sessions to discuss aspects of oral history theory and practice.

2014-2015

  • 26 June: Workshop: 'University Oral Histories: Creating and Interpreting Narratives of Higher Education', with Camilla Schofield, Lorraine Blakemore, and Richard Wallace.
  • 17 June: Oral History Clinic, with Angela Davis.

  • 18 May: Discussion Forum: 'Analysis and Interpretation' with Andrea Hajek.
  • 25 February: Seminar: 'Starting an Oral History Project' with Carmen Mangion and Richard Wallace.
  • 3 December: Discussion Forum: 'Oral History: the Basics' with Angela Davis and Grace Huxford.

2013-2014

  • 12 March: Seminar: '“You are here to interview me?” Oral history and writing the history of everyday life in the Holocaust', with Anna Hajkova.
  • 5 February: Seminar: 'Oral history crossing national boundaries: investigating belief and non-belief in three European countries', with Joanna Bornat.
  • 9 November: Conference: 'Representing Prisoner of War Experience', with Keynote Speakers: Bob Moore and Gilly Carr.
  • 20 September: Conference: 'Talking about protest: oral history methodology in social and political movements research', with Keynote Speaker: Lynn Abrams.

2012-2013

  • 3 June: Webinar: 'Oral history & ethnography', in collaboration with Monash University.
  • 12 March: Seminar: 'Oral history & institutional history - the Warwick project 'The Voice of the Past' (part 2)', with April Gallwey.
  • 22 November: Seminar: 'Oral history & institutional history - the Warwick project 'The Voice of the Past' (part 1)', with Richard Aldrich.

2011-2012

  • 9 July: Seminar: 'Oral history & the community', with Stacey Bains, Helen Ford, and Colin Hyde.
  • 24 February: IAS workshop: 'Narrating a Gendered Self in Post-War Britain'
  • 24 November: Conference: 'Gender, Subjectivity and Oral History', with Keynote Speaker: Penny Summerfield.
  • 13 October: Seminar: 'What is oral history?', with Anna Davin.

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