Oral History Interview & Importance Part 22

Duration

Sometimes the senility or mal-health or weakness of the narrator limits the time of the interview during which breaks shall be considered for the narrator to rest. I remember in my interview with an old political feature we had to cut the recording every twenty minutes to give him time to rest. In another interview, the narrator fell asleep. I mean, he closed his eyes and stopped talking. The interview team perceived that he is thinking and we waited but moment later we realized that he has fallen sleep. Also, an old veteran was anxiously telling us his story that suddenly he suffered loss of energy and we had no choice but to constantly cut the interview. Hence, due consideration of the narrators physical and emotional status is crucial.

The attendence of more than 7 oficail sets in oral history workshop

The experts of National Library and Documents Organization in central area of country (Isfahan), in an interview with Iranian Oral History Website spoke about the first course to compile and history of governmental agencies in Tir and Morad (July, August) of current year, and he added:" more than 7 governmental agencies-e.g. the governor of Najafabad and Nain, the ministry of education, Bank Sepah, Welfare Organization and Art Center attended in this workshop. Also, about 20 people attended in the workshop.

Memoirs of Marzieh Hadidchi (Part 9)

On a Tuesday, I entered Qom. After visiting the Masoumehs shrine, I headed an address where I should receive the leaflets. In the afternoon I went to Jamkaran and Sahib Al-Zaman Mosque. Reaching there, I observed the mustahabb actions after praying, and then, cleverly, I put some of leaflets between pages of Quran, Mafatih al-Jinan, and prayers books. I also walked around the mosque and with patient put leaflets between the pages of most of books.
Oral History Interview & Importance Part 21

New Questions

Obviously, the questions shall not remain limited to the list and during the interview the interviewer shall come across new questions and issues for which he has to raise questions to achieve further elaboration and clarity. These questions are based on the narrators story and rise through careful detection of his speech. Also, by asking new questions and expressing points which further elaborate what the narrator has said the research will demonstrate interest into the story which will encourage the narrator to share more.
Analyzing Situation of Oral History and Memories of Sacred Defense

Talk about the Most Popular Part of History

According to Oral History Website of Iran, the professional meeting of situation of Sacred Defenses memories in cultural, social perspectives and various fields of Islamic civilizing was held in presence of Hedayatollah Behboodi, Seyyed Mohammad Mirkazemi, Amir-Shahriar Aminian, Mohammad-Reza Kaeini and Nosratollah Samadzadeh in Fars News Agency on Tuesday, August 29, 2017.
The 20th meeting of “Oral History of Book” hosted by Head of Zavvar Publications

Hardships of continuing father’s career

According to the website of Iranian Oral History, the 20th meeting out of the second round of the meetings “Oral History of Book” organized by Nasrollah Haddadi, author and researcher was held on Monday morning 28th of August 2017 in the Institute for Book House. The meeting was attended by Ali Zavvar, the Head of Zavvar Publications.
About One of Quran Sessions of Past Decades in Arak

A Completely Traditional Style

Mohammad Rahim Biraqi, a Quran activist of Markazi province, has been resident for a few years in Tehran. He was an active participant both in formal and classical sessions of Quran in Arak and in traditional sessions, and is a teacher of Holy Quran in university. I interviewed with him about a Quran meeting in Arak, and especially on the late Professor Mohammad Hassan Nahrmiani. The late Professor Nahrmiani was one of the renowned professors of Holy Quran in Arak
The 283rd program of night of reminiscence

The Memoirs of Commanders of the Control of Frontier (Part 2)

Roham Bakhsh Habibi told his third memoir as follows:" someday, the governor of Sistan and Baluchestan province telephoned and said me that a subgroup had captured one miner and his driver, and transferred them to Pakistan for 17 months. The governor wanted to give a mission to margraves; we made a connection with our addressee. He responded us that he would bring them Iran on one condition; "what is condition?" I asked him."

Memoirs of Marzieh Hadidchi (Part 8)

After recovering, I realized what had happened and I had come back from a world to another world. After four years of that spiritual meeting, I tried to convince my husband to go to Qom from time to time; and through Imams friends and companions heard about him who lived in exile now, so that we could inform of his thoughts and plans. Among those whom we visited, I can mention the late Rabbani Shirazi, Shahid Mohammad Montazeri, and Mousavi Ardebili.
 
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.
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.