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Oral History and Public Memories

ISBN-10: 1592131417
ISBN-13: 9781592131419
Edition: 2008
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Description: What distinguishes these essays from much work in oral history is their focus not on the experience of individual narrators, but on the broader cultural meanings of oral history narratives. And what distinguishes them from other work in memory  More...

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Book details

List price: $34.95
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Temple University Press
Publication date: 4/17/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 320
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.946
Language: English

What distinguishes these essays from much work in oral history is their focus not on the experience of individual narrators, but on the broader cultural meanings of oral history narratives. And what distinguishes them from other work in memory studies is their grounding in real events.

Introduction: Building Partnerships between Oral History and Memory Studies
Introduction: Creating Heritage
Parks Canada, the Commemoration of Canada, and Northern Aboriginal Oral History
History from Above: The Use of Oral History in Shaping Collective Memory in Singapore
Mapping Memories: Oral History for Aboriginal Cultural Heritage in New South Wales, Australia
Moving beyond the Walls: The Oral History of the Ottoman Fortress Villages of Seddulbahir and Kumkale
Private Memory in a Public Space: Oral History and Museums
Introduction: Recreating Identity and Community
Imagining Communities: Memory, Loss, and Resilience in Post-Apartheid Cape Town
Contested Places in Public Memory: Reflections on Personal Testimony and Oral History in Japanese American Heritage
"Scars in the Ground": Kauri Gum Stories
Memory and Mourning: Living Oral History with Queer Latinos and Latinas in San Francisco
Interfaced Memory: Black World War II Ex-GIs' and Veterans' Reunions of the Late Twentieth Century
Introduction: Making Change
Public Memory as Arena of Contested Meanings: A Student Project on Migration
Countering Corporate Narratives from the Streets: The Cleveland Homeless Oral History Project
Public Memory, Gender, and National Identity in Postwar Kosovo: The Albanian Community
Seeing the Past, Visions of the Future: Memory Workshops with Internally Displaced Persons in Colombia
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