Oral History in Historical Archaeology: Excavating Sites of Memory
The use of oral history as a source in recent historical archaeology is a growing phenomenon. In this paper I advocate a site-based approach to this interdisciplinary work, combining archaeological, historical and memory work on a specific location to create and foster a public discourse of memory....
|Published in:||Oral History, Vol. 35, No. 1 (2007), p. 91-97|
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