Vocational Education

Oral History with Public Culture Approach

According to the website of Iranian Oral History, the first meeting out of the first course of the vocational education "Oral History with Public Culture Approach" organized by the Center for Isfahanology and the House of Nations was held in the gathering hall of the center on Thursday 18th of October, 2018. Dr. Morteza Nouraee and Dr. Valiollah Mosayebi delivered speeches during the meeting.

Oral history and paying more attention to details

In response to this question, Seyed Qassem Yahosseini, a history writer and researcher said, “Fortunately, if we want to talk about this more precisely, I should say that oral memories have advanced significantly in different fields, in a way that today, we can present examples from oral memories in various genres. A while ago, for giving a lecture, I classified the oral memories which have been released in Iran and sorted out some 20 oral memories.

The Lack of Attention to the Types of Utilization in Oral History

Referring to a book written in the field of oral history, he added: "The book "Oral History in Iran" is one I have written in this field, in which I have tried to present a definition of oral history based on world standards and paid partly attention on its situation in Iran. Of course, along with the two series articles, I have written about "Interview in Oral History" and "Methodology and Subjects ...

Oral History Is a Kind of Document

One of the questions that have always preoccupied historians of oral history is that: Is there any need to written documents and so on in recording oral history and compiling its text? An overview of types of documents and nature of oral history can answer this question. Most historical evidence emanates from remains of paper, skin, stone, etc. from preceding eras. But verbal evidence emerges in response to ...

Oral History Documents Have Interactive Interactions

"Any historical research requires the use of some first-hand resources, hence, written sources, including the press, docuemtns and photos and oral history is another means to add to our historical knowledge," said Shafiqeh Nik Nafas, an official at the Oral History Department of the National Library and Archives of the Islamic Republic of Iran, in an interview with the oral history site of Iran.

Imperative flaunt of documentation in oral history

Reported by Iran Oral History Site, “How effective documentation has been to pave the way in oral history?” is a subject addressed by Rahim Nikbakht, researcher and historiographer. He said: In study and research of the novel contemporary history we are exposed to two sets of resources besides library references including archived and oral history documents. The oral documents may include interviews, speeches or radio and television programs.

The Questions of Oral History Interview (Part III)

Interviewer Should Use Ethology

The following text was prepared based on the call for questions on oral history in which from perspective of one of those who has produced works by using this method, the question "what are characteristics of oral history interview questions?" has been answered.

The questions of oral history interview (part II)

Interview Is the Heart of Oral History

Following report is based on an invitation in which history experts are asked questions about oral history. In this regard, one of experts who has published some works using this method, answered to one of questions in his perspective, titled "what are characteristics of the questions of oral history interview?" We will read these comments as follows.

The questions of oral historys interview (part I)

A Strong Interview Is Tied with Research

Following report is based on an invitation in which history experts are asked questions about oral history. In this regard, one of experts, as his perspective, has answered to one of questions titled "what are characteristics of the questions of oral historys interview"; Kianoush Haftlang (PhD) presented his responses in the form of notes that we will read these comments as follows.

Rationalization of Oral History Books (part III)

Rationalization Is Variable Over Time

Following report is based on an invitation in which history experts are asked questions about oral history. In this regard, one of experts, as his perspective, has answered to one of questions titled "The amount of rationalization and appendix in oral history books". We will read these comments as follows.
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The Unfinished Flight

Every year, on September 29, they are commemorated, because these commanders were great people. Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says in his memories: "martyr Kolahdooz was one of the extraordinary and rare figures. I used to say many times to my brothers in IRGC, and now I say again, he was a man if survived, it would be hoped that IRGC could double speed of its hardworking and hoping effort.

Leader narrates memoirs in Night of Memory

According to the website of Iranian Oral History, the fourth special program of the Sacred Defense Memory Night was held in the presence of the Leader of the Islamic Revolution in Hosseinieh Imam Khomeini (God bless his soul) on Wednesday evening 26th of September 2018. According to the full text of his speech, in the ceremony published by the Information Center of the Office of Preservation and Dissemination of Works of Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei,...
Discussed with Ali Tatri

Majlis Library Oral History Log

Oral history, a path to inform history
According to the Oral History Site, the Islamic Majlis with the chairs of elected representatives, has always been the key legislative body in Iran and has witnessed many historical upheavals. There have been many presented features in Baharestan , hence recording the oral history of the active figures in the Islamic Majlis before and after the Revolution has been critical for historical scholars.
Book Induction by the Translator

“Sarajevo Roses”

An Oral History Prose
“Sarajevo Roses: Towards Politics of Remembering” written by Azra Junuzović and translated by Mohammad Karimi was published by the Resistance Literature and Art Bureau and Soureh Mehr Publishing Company. The book was published in 1110 volumes structured in 213 pages in 2017. The book is about the mortar shell explosions in the streets of Sarajevo painted by the red color, as a symbol of Bosnian people blood. We interviewed the translator of the book, Mohammad Karimi to tell us more.