Oral History Interview Archival Inventories
These reports compile oral history interview collections related to deindustrialization in DePOT’s main study areas. They bring together collections from libraries, archives, museums, and educational institutions, and are intended to support research into the lived experiences of deindustrialization, as well as encouraging the use of existing oral history collections in future research. Please feel free to use these reports as resources in teaching, research, and any other relevant contexts. They are free to download at the links below.
Ferns, James Patrick. “UK Oral History Interview Archival Inventory,” DePOT Occasional Reports Series. Deindustrialization and the Politics of Our Time, 2021. http://deindustrialization.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/DePOT_OR-UK_Oral_History_Archives-1.pdf
Ellison-Scowcroft, Gabriel. “US Oral History Interview Archival Inventory,” DePOT Occasional Reports Series. Deindustrialization and the Politics of Our Time, 2021. COHDS-Inventory-Series-2_US-Oral-History-Archives
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