Seda (Voice), Oral History News Bulletin, New Series. No 2

31 December 2010

Seda (Voice), oral history news bulletin, which was published in 12 issues in 2009, is going to be published with some differences in contents and numbers in 2010.
In the new series of Seda which are going to be published in four issues, the section of “Introducing Institutions” is dedicated to Oral History weblogs and the “Memory” section which was dedicated to the birth and death dates of oral history interviewees will change to “The Memory of Childhood”. “The Memory of Childhood” will present the memoirs of interviewees from their childhoods that have been told during their interviews with the Oral History department of Iranian National Library and Documents Center. The other parts would be presented in the same previous way.
Seda Bulletin is produced in the General Office of Informatics and Communications at National Documents Deputyship and it aims to present news and information in Oral History of Iran and the world.

Southwest Oral History Association Annual Meeting
2011 Annual Conference: Oral History and Regeneration
Hannibal Alkhas Dies
Oral History Website Membership
Tania Girishman Memoirs Published
WWII Casualties Documents Fair

Science History in UK

Jessie L. Embry
Audio-Visual Informatics Groups:
Interviews with Dehkhoda dictionary writers and personnel at National Library and Documents Organization

The Memory of Childhood:
Uniforms Law
Childhood, the lost paradise
The Painting of Alphabet
The Artists Academy

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The Fourth Online Meeting of Iranian Oral History

Iranian Oral History beyond Borders – 2

Dr. Abolfazl Hasanabadi, Dr. Morteza Rasouli Pour, and Dr. Abolhasani participated in the fourth meeting out of the series of meetings on oral history in Iran held online on Saturday 11th of Dey 1400 (January 1, 2022) hosted by Mrs. Mosafa. In the meeting set up in the History Hallway of the Clubhouse, they talked about “Iran’s Oral History beyond Borders”. In continuation of the meeting, the host asked ...
Interview with Brigadier General Farzollah Shahin-Rad


We were supposed to experience a hot summer day at seven oclock in the afternoon. I got to his house in ten minutes to seven, but I knew that working with the militant had special rules. One of them is punctuality. I went up and down the alley several times to meet this Ironman at his house. When I saw him from afar at military conferences, his sense of toughness was evident in demeanor.
Book Review:

"You Must Survive"!

Memoirs of Haj Ali Karami, Commander of the "Habib ibn Madhahir" Battalion of the 10th Martyrs Division. "The bullet was hit in the middle of the column. There was no wounded or martyred person; whatever there was, it was just amputated arms and amputated legs and torn pieces of bodies that had been piled up... Once, I saw the forces of the Basij forces staring at those scenes in astonishment. I swallowed saliva and shouted:

Book review: Resolute for Three shifts

Memoirs of Hamid Kamranzadeh
The books title and the image of a desk watch, in a not-so-complex harmony, create an expressive and meaningful design that adorns the cover of " Resolute for Three shifts ". The book begins with a short text from the narrators handwriting, which, while introducing the work and pointing out how it was emerged, also mentions the involved people. Then, the following subjects have been included respectively: