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Tanuja Kothiyal on the Rajasthan State Archives, Bikaner

Tanuja Kothiyal teaches history at Ambedkar University, Delhi. She is the author of  Nomadic Narratives – A History of Mobility and Identity in the Great Indian Desert… 1,086 more words

State Of The Archive

Oral History Workshop

This is a great opportunity to learn about the basics of oral history. Be sure to RSVP soon since there are only 25 spaces available.

Oral History

The Story About Family Stories

It’s no secret that, if a room full of people witness the same event, there will be as many versions of what occurred as the number of people in the room… 783 more words


'Reversal Of The Muse' - femininity in creativity

REVERSAL OF THE MUSE is a new blog curated by Laura Marling that explores femininity in creativity.

The first podcast presents an interview with Vanessa Parr, sound engineer at The Village Studios in LA for 10 years, close collaborator of Elton John, B.B. 157 more words

Electroacoustic Music

"Intern"pretations: Stephen Barr

Stephen surmounted the vast store of raw video and audio footage at Menokin and created a  wonderful collection of video shorts covering topics from Oral Histories to Glass Project Team interviews. 1,286 more words

Edgar Laufer

Edgar Laufer (1917 – 2010) was one of three Jewish refugees employed at China Light & Power (CLP) by Lawrence Kadoorie in the 1930s, and possibly the only Jewish refugee scientist in Hong Kong. 649 more words

Hong Kong