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Harding, Jennifer (2014)
Publisher: The Oral History Society
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: dewey370, dewey300
This article is a verbatim record of an inaugural lecture, reflecting on twenty years of working at one university. It discusses the ways in which academic inquiry, teaching and community engagement have been linked in specific oral history projects. It considers opportunities for working across disciplinary boundaries. It examines culturalist understandings of emotion and memory and their implications for oral history research.
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