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An interesting morning spent with members of the Connecting Communities Group from Salford. Workshop participants learnt about the dos and don’ts of oral history from me and I learnt about the dos and don’ts of southern African fashion from them. 38 more words

History

Episode 2.2: URBAN VERBS

URBAN VERBS – Urban Verbs – Warner Brothers – 1980

In our very first oral history episode, we are extremely proud to present the story of Urban Verbs, an integral band in the shaping of Washington D.C.’s burgeoning punk scene in late 1970s and early 1980s. 870 more words

Music

Interviews with Group Captain Sir Hugh Dundas and Wing Commander Roland Beamont

The RAF Centre for Air Power Studies has just posted up a couple of interesting interviews on YouTube with Group Captain Sir Hugh Dundas and Wing Commander Roland Beamont. 326 more words

Air Power History

Wynne Delacoma on "transactional" writing

Reporter Wynne Delacoma covered music and dance at the Chicago Sun-Times for nearly two decades. Critics, she maintains, play a vital and compassionate role in the life of a work. 77 more words

Dance

Voices from our oral history project: Sir Teddy Taylor

Last month we were sad to hear the news of campaigning backbencher Sir Teddy Taylor’s death. In this blog we look back on his life with extracts from our… 690 more words

20th Century History

THE McMICHAEL TRAIL TO GEORGIA

McMichaels in Butts co., GA, are from unknown {a mystery why she used this word unknown} Scotch-Irish By the turn of the Eighteenth Century, the migration to America Of the Scotch-Irish had begun. 484 more words

Oral History