Historia mówiona jako materiał dowodowy

Oral History as Evidence

  • Ronald J. Grele

Abstrakt

Ronald J. Grele przedstawia etapy rozwoju i główne nurty współtworzące współczesną historię mówioną – od tworzenia archiwów, przez działalność społeczną i edukacyjną, po badania historyczne. Wśród nich na szczególną uwagę zasługują te, wpisujące się w nurt nowej historii społecznej, realizujące postulat zapisania i wydobycia oddolnej perspektywy historycznej.


Tłumaczenie na podstawie: R.J. Grele, Oral History as Evidence, [w:] Handbook of Oral History, red. T.L. Charlton, L.E. Myers, R. Sharpless, Oxford 2006, s. 43–101. Zgoda na publikację przetłumaczonej wersji artykułu została udzielona przez Autora i wydawnictwo Rowman & Littlefield Publisher. Licencja CC BY-SA 4.0 (przyp. red.).

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Biogram autora

Ronald J. Grele

Były dyrektor Columbia University Oral History Research Office, który przed laty kierował również Oral History Program w UCLA i New Jersey Historical Commission, a także pełnił funkcję wicedyrektora Ford Foundation Oral History Project. Karierę związaną z historią mówioną rozpoczął w John F. Kennedy Oral History Project. Jako stypendysta Fulbrighta w University of Indonesia prowadził warsztaty i seminaria poświęcone historii mówionej w Europie, Azji i Ameryce Łacińskiej. W 1988 r. został prezydentem Oral History Association, a przez wiele lat był również redaktorem „The International Journal of Oral History”. Autor m.in. Envelopes of Sound: The Art of Oral History i redaktor Subjectivity and Multiculturalism in Oral History.

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