2 edition of Mayibuye Centre Oral History collections found in the catalog.
Mayibuye Centre Oral History collections
|Other titles||Mayibuye Centre Oral History (MCOH)|
|Statement||compiled by Anthea Josias, Norman Kaplan, André Odendaal.|
|Series||Mayibuye Centre catalogues ;, no. 4|
|Contributions||Kaplan, Norman., Odendaal, André., University of the Western Cape. Mayibuye Centre. Oral History.|
|LC Classifications||Z3608.R3 J67 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||62 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||62|
|LC Control Number||98226975|
The Center for the History of Collecting was established at the Frick Art Reference Library in to encourage and support the study of the formation of collections of fine and decorative arts, both public and private, in Europe and the United States from the Renaissance to the present day. The Center plays an active role in this field of inquiry by bringing together scholars engaged in research that reflects many facets of cultural history. The Library has a large collection of oral histories – the recorded memories and experiences of individuals – captured on tape, disk and other formats. The vast majority of these are interviews with those involved in the visual and performing arts, literature, politics, sport, .
Local History Books. Beatty Park - celebrating the first fifty years: - Our impressive Oral History Collection is brimming with hundreds of interviews capturing the essence of Vincent life as it was back in the good ol’ days. The transcribed interviews are available in the Local History Centre and we’re always on the prowl. Healdtown was the largest school for Africans with more than a thousand students. The school curriculum focused on British history but his history teacher, Weaver Newana, added his own oral history about the wars between the British and amaXhosa. Mandela’s nephew, Justice Dalindyebo, four years his senior, was already enrolled at the school.
Kline Iron and Steel Company (), known for its high quality products and services, had a reciprocal reputation of loyalty and respect between employees and owners. Through the thirty-plus oral history interviews in this collection, narrators share their stories of Missing: Mayibuye Centre. Description: Folklorists de Caro and Jordan interviewed Britons who lived and worked in pre-independence India as colonial administrators, civil servants, missionaries, soldiers, forestry officials, and interviews focus on daily life in India and the contact of cultures and cultural identity. To learn more about the lives of this collection's interviewees, and to read Missing: Mayibuye Centre.
Modern surgical technic
Five American sculptors.
image of violence in literature, the media, and society ; selected papers [from the] 1995 conference [of the] Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Social Imagery
Wholesale price list
tune of flutes.
Seventh Meeting of Indo-US Joint Business Council, New Delhi, February 2nd & 3rd, 1982
Mayibuye Centre, UWC (UWC Robben Island Mayibuye Archives, ) Oral history interviews with South African political exiles conducted for the Mayibuye Centre between and by Wolfie Kodesh, Farid Stemmet, Sazi Veldtman, Rachidi Molapo and Les Switzer.
A number of the interviews Journals and other publications . This collection consists of the transcripts only of oral history interviews conducted by Hilda Bernstein with South African exiles between and The interviews took place at various towns in the following countries: Britain, Canada, Denmark, Germany (FDR and GDR), Holland, Mozambique, Norway, Sweden, Tanzania, USA, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Oral history interviews with South African political exiles conducted for the Mayibuye Centre between and by Wolfie Kodesh, Farid Stemmet, Sazi Veldtman, Rachidi Molapo and Les Switzer. A number of the interviews have been transcribed. Summaries of the interviews conducted by Wolfie Kodesh are also available.
Oral History in a Wounded Country shows how the cultural, political, socio-economic and intellectual evolutions that gave birth to South Africa as we know it today affect the oral history process. Oral history dates to the beginnings of the University of California. Hubert Howe Bancroft conducted interviews in the s in support of his volume history of the West.
Inthe Regional Oral History Office was established to conduct interviews with leading citizens of the West. article “The Implications of Oral History for Librarians” to underline the new responsibilities and opportunities facing librarians and the impact of oral history on libraries and archives in the coming decades.
In Malaysia, the realisation on the importance of oral history was not achieved overnight. Oral Histories A growing collection of in-depth interviews with people of all ages and backgrounds, whose stories about the legacy and changing nature of Yiddish language and culture offer a rich and complex chronicle of Jewish identity.
The Columbia Center for Oral History (CCOH) was founded by historian and journalist Allan Nevins in and is credited with launching the establishment of oral history archives internationally. At o interviews, the Oral History Archives is one of the largest oral history collections in Missing: Mayibuye Centre.
Lowell Folklife Project Collection This year-long study conducted by the American Folklife Center yielded an ethnographic collection consisting of hours of sound recordings covering a wide range of subjects and activities, including oral history interviews, Contributor: Rankin, Tom - Taylor, David Alan - Lowell Historic Preservation Commission (U.S.) - Wachs, Eleanor F.
- Lueders-Booth Missing: Mayibuye Centre. Smithsonian Institution Oral and Video History Collection. Sophia Smith Collection (Smith College) Oral Histories. Southern Oral History Program, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
The State Historical Society of Missouri. The Yiddish Book Center’s Wexler Oral History Project. Disclaimer — The collections listed on the Sabinet African Archives may include materials that reflect the attitudes, perspectives, and beliefs of different times.
These materials are presented as part of historical records. Inclusion of these materials does not mean endorsement of or agreement with by Sabinet on any views or terms expressed in the descriptions and/or materials.
Please note that the following contain complete lists of the specified series or collections. Not all works within each series or collection are currently posted online. When new pieces of the collections are digitized and posted, the appropriate links will be added to these lists.
Oral history: Oral history is the term used to describe the method that uses oral testimony and oral tradition as historical evidence. Oral history is also known as oral reminiscence and refers to the memories of people collected in an interview. It is a very old method of collecting g: Mayibuye Centre.
The Centre has started to digitize the out-of-copyright material like these items, which have enduring research value. If you have a Newfoundland / Labrador question please contact the Centre for Newfoundland Studies at [email protected] Click here to see all collections containing books.
Mayibuye Centre. The Mayibuye Centre at the University of the Western Cape houses a collection of material from South Africa’s anti-apartheid struggle.
It’s worth a visit (by appointment ) purely because most of the collection pieces were originally banned. The Center for Oral History at the Science History Institute develops and curates a growing collection of comprehensive, professionally conducted oral history interviews.
Our mission is to ensure that current and future scholars and interested individuals are able to understand science, medicine, and technology from the perspective of those who participated in them, as. Genre/Form: Directory Indexes: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Meckler, Alan M., Oral history collections.
New York: Bowker, (OCoLC)Missing: Mayibuye Centre. Established in as the Mayibuye Centre for History and Culture at the UWC, the focus of the archives was collections of all aspects of apartheid and forms of resistance to it. Its collections. - Contributed and co edited and produced the 'Mzabalazo, History of the ANC' Exhibition.
Mayibuye Centre, University of the Western Cape. - Produced, curated and edited the 'Vumani /Afrapix Childrens' Exhibition'. South African National Gallery Permanent collection.
- 'Taking Sides' Exhibition, Holland. Oral history is the collection and study of historical information about individuals, families, important events, or everyday life using audiotapes, videotapes, or transcriptions of planned interviews are conducted with people who participated in or observed past events and whose memories and perceptions of these are to be preserved as an aural record for future g: Mayibuye Centre.
Latest Collections Josias (Sipho) Chabalala Interview. Collection Holder: Robben Island Museum Mayibuye Archive Date(s): Last Updated: Oral history interview with Josias (Sipho)Chabalala conducted by Wolfie Kodesh, 1/4/ Includes description of his MK experiences in Mozambique and Angola.
– -- The purpose of this paper is to identify unique oral history centres and collections which provide users with training and research methodology techniques necessary to planning an effective oral history programme, -- This article provides a list of oral history centres and collections with unique oral history programmes.
Most centres listed also offer the user detailed instructions on.The basic reference for MARC cataloging of oral history remains the Oral History Cataloging Manual, complied by Marion Matters for the Society of American Archivists. The manual provides many examples of oral history units (single interviews, series of interviews, oral history projects and collections) described in MARC format, with Anglo-American Cataloging rules explained and applied to the Missing: Mayibuye Centre.