East Midlands Oral History Day

Posted by ep273 at Jun 18, 2018 11:40 AM |
The day will feature the work of our postgraduates, and explore how they have used oral history in their work.

This year’s East Midlands Oral History Day will showcase the work postgraduates at the University of Leicester have been doing using oral history. A series of short presentations will include research on American GIs in WW2 and the children they left behind, the 1968 Fulton Report, changes in the way government employed scientists for research and policy advice, Asian cricket in the UK, memories of former German PoWs and their wives and children, and more!

This event is open to the public and is free. It will be held on the 4th floor of the Charles Wilson Building, in the Rutland & Gartree Rooms (SR 403 & 404) on Friday 22 June, 10am-2pm.

Everyone is welcome and there are more details, including an agenda for the day, here.


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