The fascists keep killing my grandfather: oral history archiving and thought collectives in the digital age by Graham Smith

Smith, Graham (2013) The fascists keep killing my grandfather: oral history archiving and thought collectives in the digital age by Graham Smith. In: Voices and the archive: oral history, research and researchers, 20th November 2013, October Gallery.

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Abstract

Oral history’s ‘dirty little secret’ was said to be the lack of visibility and use of interviews after they had been archived. However, in a new digital age much of this is changing with hundreds of thousands of interview extracts available on the Internet. However, discussions amongst archivists and researchers about reusing oral history have tended to focus on the curation and accessibility of archived interviews that have resulted from academic projects. In this paper, I want to explore the reuse of oral histories conducted for different reasons, by different groups outside of traditional research circles and their subsequent on-line presentation.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Lecture)
Subjects:1. Frameworks for Research and Research Designs > 1.8 Longitudinal Research
1. Frameworks for Research and Research Designs > 1.12 Case Study
1. Frameworks for Research and Research Designs > 1.14 Participatory Research
1. Frameworks for Research and Research Designs > 1.20 Secondary Analysis
1. Frameworks for Research and Research Designs > 1.22 Mixed Methods
2. Data Collection > 2.9 Visual Methods
3. Data Quality and Data Management > 3.2 Quality in Qualitative Research
4. Qualitative Data Handling and Data Analysis > 4.13 Visual Data Analysis
ID Code:3281
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Deposited On:06 Feb 2014 16:51
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