History -- Study and teaching, Oral history -- Methodology, Interviewing -- Study and teaching, Indians of North America -- Study and teaching, Sexual minorities -- Study and teaching
This chapter-length essay describes the practice of oral history through real world examples: the steps to conducting oral history interviews, things to consider when developing a project or an interview plan, and ethical considerations. How oral history has enlarged the historical record and changed scholarly interpretation of the past are highlighted.
Barber, Katrine (2023). Conducting Oral History: Background and Methods.
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