Finding, using and making oral histories and recorded voices: Symposium 3 in ‘researching student histories’ series

Mon, 11 July 2022

10:30 – 15:00 BST

Wallace Lecture Theatre, Swansea University (Singleton Campus) and on Zoom

10.30 Welcome, housekeeping and introduction (Sarah Crook)

10.40 Emily Sharp, ‘The collective memory of student activists: benefits and challenges of using oral histories to research student history’

11.55 Sam Blaxland, ‘Institutional histories and the student voice: Swansea and UCL’

11.10 Comfort break

11.25 Jay Rees, ‘Moving Beyond the Traditional: Capturing the Everyday in Student History’

11.40 Bertie Dockerill, ‘Student Debates in the pre-war period: challenges and opportunities for analysis’

11.55 Discussion and questions

1-2 Lunch

2-3 Historical campus tour with Dr Sam Blaxland (not available to those joining on Zoom)

To register: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/nus100-finding-using-and-making-oral-histories-and-recorded-voices-tickets-277831219657?utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&utm-medium=discovery&utm-term=listing&utm-source=cp&aff=escb

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