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Behind the Scenes - How did an 'Oral History of British Science' begin?
Rob Perks, Lead Curator of Oral History at the British Library, talks about the 'Oral History of British Science' programme of interviews which are presented...
Behind the Scenes - What can oral history tell historians of science?
Dr Sally Horrocks, Senior Academic Advisor for the Oral History of British Science project, discusses the importance of oral history as a source for historia...
Inspiring Science 2013: Ideas in the Bath
Ideas in the bath? Serendipity, Chance and Science was an evening event at the British Library, 11 March 2013 featuring a discussion by a panel of distinguis...
Anthony Kelly: What is materials science?
Anthony Kelly on the recent history of materials science. For more audio and video interview extracts from Anthony Kelly, visit the Voices of Science website...
Behind the Scenes - What did video add to 'An Oral History of British Science'?
Project interviewer Dr Thomas Lean discuss how the shorter, on-location video interviews contributed to the life story audio interviews recorded for An Oral ...
Behind the Scenes - How was the Voices of Science website put together?
Stephanie Baxter, Website Coordinator, discusses how the Voices of Science web resource developed and provides insights into how the website is structured by...
Behind the Scenes - How did we interview scientists?
Project interviewers Dr Paul Merchant and Dr Thomas Lean discuss how scientists, technicians and engineers were interviewed for the Oral History of British S...
Behind the Scenes - Why did we interview scientists about their whole lives?
Project interviewers Dr Thomas Lean and Dr Paul Merchant discuss the life story methodology and why it was used for the Oral History of British Science progr...
ARST Oral History Project--An Interview with Dr. Judy Segal
The Association for the Rhetoric of Science and Technology (ARST) celebrated 20 years in 2012. The ARST Oral History Project was conceived to document the in...
Daniel Kerr, "How Oral History Can Facilitate Movement Building"
Columbia University - November 22, 2011 Daniel Kerr, a professor of history at American University, discusses research he conducted with the Cleveland Homele...
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