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STORYTELLING

The Most Ancient Form of Historical Records

How did we get from oral history to Amazon?

What’s the difference between an author and a story teller? 226 more words

Adopt an Elder Program and Living History

Thailand has the highest growth rate of elders, and by 2040 it is projected to be ranked number one in elder population in East Asia and the Pacific. 286 more words

Thailand

Scouting out memories

Generations of Learning is delighted to announce a new collaboration with the 37th Willesden Scout Group, The Nomads.

Led by Nick, Noura, and Valentina, the Neasden-based group have taken on the challenge of planning and delivering memory sharing events over the summer. 142 more words

Migrants

Oral History with Ian Pringle

Ian Pringle was a Bookkeeper, then Spoken Word Coordinator from 1987-1991.

He discovered CKUT when he was a McGill student, assigned to do a piece on CKUT getting our FM license for the student newspaper The Tribune. 118 more words

Voice and Vote: behind the scenes

This blog looks at how the History of Parliament has been involved behind the scenes with the Voice and Vote exhibition which opened in Westminster Hall last week. 1,327 more words

20th Century History

What Did Girls Do With Jackie? The Role of Oral History

Something I have struggled with during this research process is not being aware of cultural moments, pop-stars, and the low low prices, of the period we are researching, from the 60s through to the 80s. 952 more words

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The Word II

About a year and a half ago I wrote a post titled The Word. In this post I stated that the written word was the reason we are a species with amnesia.  1,136 more words

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