Workshop series ‘Oral history and heritage’

How can you use oral history as a method to carefully record people’s life stories and testimonies about historical events? What is its added value for the heritage sector? These questions are the subject of the workshop series ‘Oral history and heritage’ on Friday 18 March and 15 April, organised by the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands (RCE) in collaboration with Sprekende Geschiedenis.

 

For whom

The invitation was sent to people who were last September. participated in the webinar ‘Oral history as a driver of the Faro practice’. At that time, some of the participants felt the need for more information about the role of oral history in heritage. So do you work within a heritage institution and do you want to know more about oral history? Or are you active within a volunteer organization and do you want to use oral history for a heritage or social project? Then this workshop series is meant for you.

 

To be able to participate, no special prior knowledge is required, but the intention to use oral history within your activities or if you want to find out if this would fit.

 

Location, dates and times

Friday 18 March and Friday 15 April

Start 13.30 hrs, end 16.30 hrs

St. Aegtenkapel, Het Zand 37, 3811 GB Amersfoort, The Netherlands.

 

More information and the application form can be found here.