Oral History Manual

This Manual is intended as an aid in planning and implementing activities of 'They: Live, student lives revealed through context-based art practices' project related to the use of the method of recording oral histories. The basic idea behind this Manual is to make it clear, concise, and easy to use, and to answer the basic questions: What is the method of recording oral history? How is it used? What is important to us in the preparation and implementation of an interview and what should we pay attention to after the interview process?Apart from the project participants, this manual is intended for everyone who wants to start an oral history archive in their community.

The Author of the manual is Tamara Šmidling, Center for Public History, associated partners on the project.

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