Oral History Interview & Importance Part 17

Application of Body Language (1)

In our previous note we said that the oral history interviewer shall be well versed on communication techniques and apply them for quality management of the interview. One of these techniques is body language. Below, we present a number of impacts that body language might have and observing them is vital in an interview.
Travel to the Past with Memories of Asghar Namazian

Air Transport Flights, During the War and After the War

Since his childhood he loved flying and in order to achieve his longstanding ambition, he made many efforts so that he entered the air force as a Homafar. But Asghar Namazian never forgot his childhood dream. After a while, he his request for participating in pilot test was accepted. After passing the test and its training course, he joined pilot team of Bonanza aircrafts. Asghar Namazian was among the last groups who were sent to United States for completing pilot course.
Memoirs were told and listened in the 282nd night of reminiscence (Part II)

In remembrance of pilot Hussein Lashkari and operation Mersad

Manizha Lashkari was the second narrator of 282th program of the night of reminiscence for sacred defenses. She got married with pilot Hussein Lashkari in 1358(1979). They lived together for one year and four months; then, the husband of Manizha Lashkari was held in captivity by the army of Saddam for 18 years. Hussein Lashkari was released from captivity in 1378(1999), and he died in 1388(2009).
Visiting the Head of Payam Publications in the 15th meeting of “Oral History of Book”

Memories of 54 years

According to the website of Iranian Oral History, the 15th meeting out of the second round of the meetings “Oral History of Book” organized by Nasrollah Haddadi researcher and the presenter of the show was held in the Institute of House of Book on Saturday 29th of July 2017. The show was attended by Mohammad Nik Dast, the Head of Payam Publications.

Memoirs of Marzieh Hadidchi (Part 4)

According to the circumstances and conditions of the time, doing somethings by women was not custom and even sometimes denounced. I was interested in making sense and in being informed of all issues due to my special mentalities, and sometimes did things that seemed odd to others. In the first ten days of Muharram, for example, I gathered all my friends and family members and formed a group.
Oral History Interview & Importance Part 16

Body Language

Body language or non-verbal communication comprises a major part of our daily communication. This techniques is in times clearer and more effective than verbal communication and it is perceived to be a complementary component. This communication technique might be a reflection of any individuals emotional or physical status. Hence, it is important to know and apply it properly to promote our verbal and non-verbal communication skills in an interview.
14th Session of "Oral History of Book"

I Do Not Discount Much, Book Must Be Lord

According to the Oral History Website of Iran, the 14th session of the second term of "Oral History of Book" was the second meeting of conversation with Mohammad-Reza Jafari, director of Nashrenow Publication. This meeting, managed by Nasrallah Haddadi, writer and researcher, was held in the morning of Tuesday, July 25, 2017 in Khaneh Ketab Institution Saraye Ahle Ghalam.
Memoirs of Ashraf Baharlou from the injured in war

Living in Abadan, and relief working in Taleqani Hospital

Female relief workers played a major role in serving the injured in the hospitals of the city of Abadan. Far from their families and without any material expectation, they had stayed in a city which had been blockaded by the enemy to help the war combatants in order to nurse and take care of their injured brothers. Ashraf Baharlou is one of these young female relief workers during the eight-uear Iraqi imposed war against Islamic Republic of Iran. In an interview with the website of Iranian Oral History, she has talked about her memoirs from Abadan and Taleqani Hospital.
Memoirs were told and listened in the 282nd Night of Reminiscence (part I)

In remembrance of pilot Hussein Lashkari and operation Mersad

As oral history website reported, two hundred and eighty second programs of the night of reminiscence was held at Art Center hall on Thursday evening on 5th Mordad 1396 (2017-July-27). In this night, some told their memoirs of sacred defense and Iraqi imposed war against Iran, such as Assadalla Naseh, manizha Lashkari, the wife of pilot Hussein Lashkari and pilot Ahmad Mehrnia Farshid Eskandari.
The memoirs retold in the 10th meeting of “Oral History of Book”

Fourteen years of follow-up for a book

According to the website of Iranian Oral History, the 10th meeting out of the second round of the meetings “Oral History of Book” was the second session of talking with Mrs. Mahdieh Mostaqni Yazdi, the owner of Karnameh Publications and Roozbeh Zahraee, the son of the late Mohammad Zahraee, the late head of Karnameh Publications. The meeting was held with the attempt of Nasrollah Haddadi, a writer and researcher in the Institute of Book House on Wednesday 28th of June 2017.
36 years were passed...

A Memory of June 1981

According to Oral History Website of Iran, ceremony of 36th anniversary of tragedy of June 28, 1981 (the 7th of Tir 1360 (SH)) and martyrdom of Ayatollah Seyyed Mohammad Hosseini Beheshti and a group of Islamic Revolutionary helpers was held in memorial place of the martyrs of June 28, 1981 in Cultural Institute of Shohadaye Hafte Tir, which is located in Sarcheshmeh intersection of Tehran, before a group of the martyrs families of the tragedy, national officials and people in the evening of Wednesday, June 28, 2017.
The 281st Night of Reminiscence of Sacred Defense Was Held (Part II)

With the Memoirs of Line Breakers; From South of Iran to South of Syria

Sediqeh Samii who was the second narrator in 281th night of reminiscence for sacred defense told his memoirs as follows:" I hold M.A in the field of nursing. I was a junior in collage while the Islamic revolution of Iran were being headed for victory. One of friends said me that they had established a group and needed a nurse. He asked me to join with their group; I accepted. We went to visit garrisons, because they were busier than other places.
Memory Night held in presence of Supreme Leader

Whatever has really happened should be narrated

On the occasion of the 35th anniversary of the liberation of Khorramshahr, the third program of the Memory Night of the Sacred Defense was held in presence of the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei in Imam Khomeini Hossianieh on 24th of May 2017, according to the website of Iranian Oral History.