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Oral History Society Training: An Introduction to Oral History

Friday 7th June 2013

Weston Park Museum, Western Bank, Sheffield, S10 2TP

Michelle Winslow, who led the oral history training on the 19th February, is leading a self-contained oral history day course, organised jointly by the British Library Sound Archive and the Oral History Society.  It aims to be an informal and practical introduction to oral history interviewing with an opportunity to discuss some of the issues around oral history, life stories and memory. Places are limited to twelve per day course and demand usually exceeds available places, so please apply early.

No previous experience of oral history is required. The course is led by a BL/OHS-accredited trainer.

For the programme and booking details please go to http://www.ohs.org.uk/training/intro.php

Or you’re welcome to contact Michelle Winslow for more information: m.winslow@sheffield.ac.uk

Download a booking form OHSIntro2013.

Costs

Full attendance fee @ £94.50 + VAT (at 20%) = £113.40

OHS member reduced rate attendance fee @ £73.50 + VAT (at 20%) = £88.20

Concessionary rate reduced attendance fee @ £50.00 + VAT (at 20%) = £60.00
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