Interested in oral history? Visit our new online guide to oral history resources at http://ox.libguides.com/oralhistory
This newly launched LibGuide provides an introduction to the subject and acts as a portal to oral history resources available online.
The introductory pages provide links to advice on the use and conduct of oral history. They also highlight some key resources for beginning your research in the field and for staying up-to-date with new developments.
At the centrepiece of the guide is an extensive set of links to over 150 British and Irish oral history resources available online, both through dedicated oral history project websites and digitised archival holdings. The resources are each accompanied by a summary description of their subject and content, and can be browsed by title, decade, location or topic.
The resources featured are extremely wide-ranging, from a collection of interviews with British diplomats (BDOHP), to a record of post-war British theatre, a study of migration in Ulster during the 1970s (VMR), and an exploration of the former jobbing system of the London Stock Exchange.
All the websites featured in the LibGuide have also been added to the Bodleian History Faculty Library’s Delicious page and are fully searchable by keyword.