Oral history leaves lasting impression

The large audience who attended the Clifford Smith Memorial Event at the Sechelt Indian Band (SIB) Hall on Saturday, Sept. 17, was enthralled by the oral history shared by Elder Theresa Jeffries.

StoryCorps Celebrates Teachers With Oral History Initiative

For Warren Weems, it was a fifth-grade teacher and a report card that motivated him to work in the classroom.

Concord voices make up oral history program at library

Oral history interviewees include people representing every aspect of Concord life: business, education, government, religion, and the arts.

NoDa: An oral history of an arts district

In the shadows of Uptown Charlotte, just two miles to the north, sits NoDa — short for North Davidson — the quirky neighborhood where artists blend with yuppies like specialty java drinks from Smelly Cat Coffeehouse.

In Tapes, Candid Talk by Young Kennedy Widow

In the early days of the Cuban missile crisis, before the world knew that the cold war seemed to be sliding toward nuclear conflict, President John F.

The Limits of Oral History: Ethics and Methodology Amid Highly Politicized Research Settings

Erin Jessee is an Fonds québécois de recherche sur la société et la culture postdoctoral fellow with the Department of Sociology and Anthropology and the Institute of African Studies at Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Thesis: Oral History in Iranian Architectural History

The defense session for the thesis of Seyyedeh Mitra Hashemi under the title of "Oral History in Iranian Architectural History: An Introduction to Theoretical and Practical Issues" would be held at Architecture and Urban Planning Faculty of Shahid Beheshti University in Tehran on September 12th, 2:00 PM, for MA degree on Iranian Architecture Studies.

Save the Date: October Conference on the Iran-Iraq War

The National Defense University’s Conflict Records Research Center and the Wilson Center's Cold War International History Project are pleased to announce an upcoming conference on the international history of the Iran-Iraq war.

When the Towers Fell: An Oral History of 9/11 and Its Aftermath

In the aftermath of 9/11, Mary Marshall Clark began noticing that a deep stillness had fallen over New York City. “It had never been so quiet,” the librarian recalls. “It was unnerving, and I wondered what lay beneath the silences.”

The Oral History of Iranian and Iraqi POWs is being compiled.

Mashhad-The Head of Holy Defense POW Documents Compilation Office said: "The Oral History of Iranian and Iraqi POWs is being compiled." "Following the orders of the Supreme Leader and The Commander In Chief, The Oral History of Iranian and Iraqi POWs is being compiled in the framework of Imam Sajjad (PBUH) project ...

A Critique on Oral history of War Commanders

“Answering Historical Questions and Ambiguities Instead of Individual-Organizational Identification”
“Oral history of Commanders” is reviewed with the assumption that in the field of war historiography, applying this method is narrated in an advancing “new” way, with the aim of war historiography, emphasizing role of commanders in creation of its situations and details.
A cut from memoirs of Jalil Taeffi

Escaping with camera

We were in the garden of one of my friends in "Siss" on 26th of Dey 1357 (January 16, 1979). We had gone for fun. It was there that we heard the news of Shah's escape from the local people. They said that the radio had announced. As soon as I heard this news, I took a donkey and went on its back.
Life of Martyr Kazem Amloo Narrated

Baneh Dream

The book "Baneh Dream" narrates the life of martyr Kazem Amloo. It has been authored by Alireza Kalami and released by Marz-o Boom Publications. The book starts with the publisher's preface and the author's introduction; then, 75 memories have been narrated from the language of the martyr's family, friends and comrades.
War commander narrates Operation Fat’h al-Mobin


The book “Chenaneh” authored by the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps (IRGC) commander Brigadier General Fatollah Jafari is about different phases of Operation Fat’h al-Mobin. Jafari is the founder of IRGC combat units. He also set up the IRGC 3rd Combat Brigade and Division. The book’s title has been chosen from the name of a village in Shush area