Oral History Unit and Collective
Funding Success: we are delighted to be part of the pioneering Global Challenge Research Fund (GCRF) Living Deltas Hub. Helen Berry and Graham Smith will lead an international team to explore popular memories of environmental change.
The Oral History Unit & Collective celebrates our first anniversary early in 2019. We are grateful to have internationally renowned scholar Paula Hamilton visit to give our Annual Public Lecture, 26 March 2019.
Foodbank Histories is a collaboration with Northern Cultural Projects and the Newcastle West End Foodbank.
Congratulations to our research associate, Dr Andy Clark, who has been awarded a British Academy / Leverhulme Trust grant to undertake an oral history of the 1988 Lockerbie Disaster.
Oral History research associate, Dr Andy Clark, has received funding from the British Academy to establish a new network for academic and community historians & heritage practitioners interested in deindustrialisation.
Be Part of the Collective
If you would like to be part of the Oral History Collective, the first step is to sign up to our monthly mailing list.
You may also like to come along to our Monthly Drop-In, first Friday of each month in the Armstrong Building Rm 1.41 at Newcastle University.
Or join the online community through our blog, The Lug.