4 edition of Oral history in a wounded country found in the catalog.
Oral history in a wounded country
Includes bibliographical references (p. 181-189) and index.
|Statement||edited by Philippe Denis and Radikobo Ntsimane.|
|Contributions||Denis, Philippe, 1952-, Ntsimane, Radikobo.|
|LC Classifications||D16.14 .O73 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 196 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||196|
|LC Control Number||2009351951|
Oral History Program Coming in Many visitors, both direct descendants and others, to Wounded Knee Museum have shared their thoughts and those of family members. We are currently developing a program to provide a permanent audio archive of those visitors' comments and . The country is in some ways as divided now as it was then, but there were different currents in the culture then. Swit: Years ago, someone commented on how M*A*S*H couldn't be put together and.
I Couldn’t Even Imagine That They Would Kill Us: An Oral History of the Attacks Against the Students of Ayotzinapa John Gibler. City Lights, $ trade paper (p) ISBN ‘Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee’ brings controversy. Analysis RAPID CITY, S.D. – Sifting through fact and fiction in the latest Hollywood version of American Indian history can be quite a chore, but if the viewer looks at the HBO film ”Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee” as strictly entertainment, it doesn’t matter – or does it?
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In a country still wounded by a legacy of racial discrimination, the retrieving of oral memories is a task more urgent than ever. Oral History in a Wounded Country shows how the cultural, political, socio-economic, and intellectual evolutions - that gave birth to South Africa as we know it today - Format: Paperback.
Oral History in a Wounded Country shows how the cultural, political, socio-economic and intellectual evolutions that gave birth to South Africa as we know it today affect the oral history process.
Get this from a library. Oral history in a wounded country: interactive interviewing in South Africa. [Philippe Denis; Radikobo Ntsimane;] -- "Oral History in a Wounded Country shows how the cultural, political, socio-economic and intellectual evolutions that gave birth to South Africa as we know it today affect the oral history process.
Oral History in a Wounded Country: Interactive Interviewing in South Philippe Denis and Radikobo Ntsimane. Pietermaritzburg, South Africa: University of KwaZuli-Natal Press, pp. Softbound, R; £; $ Winner of the Pulitzer Prize: “The richest and most powerful single document of the American experience in World War II” (The Boston Globe).“The Good War” is a testament not only to the experience of war but to the extraordinary skill of Studs Terkel as an interviewer and oral a pipe fitter’s apprentice at Pearl Harbor to a crew member of the flight that dropped the Cited by: Books shelved as oral-history: Voices from Chernobyl: The Oral History of a Nuclear Disaster by Svetlana Alexievich, Please Kill Me: The Uncensored Oral.
Oral history is the collection and study of historical information about individuals, families, important events, or everyday life using audiotapes, videotapes, or transcriptions of planned interviews.
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Type Book Author(s) Denis, Philippe, Ntsimane, Radikobo. The Great Sioux Nation: Sitting in Judgment on America is a book edited by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, "An Oral History of the Sioux Nation and Its Struggle for Sovereignty", that documents the "Lincoln Treaty Hearing".Testimony produced during that hearing has been cited by the International Indian Treaty Council in advocating for Indigenous sovereignty and treaty rights, efforts which.
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For Self and Country follows my many months of recovery along with the stories of the brave young men who surrounded me and sustained me with friendship, uncommon humor, and courage.
This is a story of family, young love, and the magnificent care administered by the. Published on An oral history as told by Ernie La Pointe, great grandson of the legendary Chief Sitting Bull, particularly about the battle of Little Big Horn, known as the Battle of.
As thousands of men were forcibly recruited from across the country, Albanians from Kosovo were sent to the front in a tragic march that left behind scores of sick and wounded to die.
On Mawhen the unarmed Albanian recruits arrived in the town of Tivari [Bar] on the Adriatic coast, Montenegrin partisans killed hundreds of them.
Today marks the th anniversary of the massacre at Wounded Knee, when a U.S. cavalry regiment killed more than members of the Lakota tribe on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota in The white history books have their version and the oral history of the Lakota has its version.
In any event it was a terrible day in the history of America and of the fledgling State of South Dakota. As the bodies of the dead and wounded were brought through the doors of the makeshift church hospital at Pine Ridge Village a sign above the.
Preface This Oral History is based on a series of about 25 hours of interview sessions with Representative Helen Sommers on her year career representing the 36th Legislative District in Seattle from The Oral History book is a one-on-one interview with Representative Sommers.
A Wounded Civilization. Author: V. Naipaul; Publisher: Vintage ISBN: Category: History Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Inat the height of Indira Gandhi’s “Emergency,” V.
Naipaul returned to India, the country his ancestors had left one hundred years earlier. The big thing is that the military establishment has become the dominant factor in our country. In the book retired Adm. Gene LaRocque, who now runs the Center for Defense Information, says, 'We've institutionalized militarism.' '' Mr.
Terkel talked to more than people for ''The Good War.''. In any event, Treur's book is less a history than a personal narrative combined with threads that try to carry the reader through the recent history of tribes in the aftermath of the defeat at Wounded first part of the book does try to provide a history of tribes from prehistoric settlements to the 19th-century defeat of the.
Oral history has been described as "part of the struggle of memory against forgetting." It's something I'm inclined to commit whenever a little ice and snow shut down the schools and government.InMiller was the only forward observer left in the 1/3 Marines, and taking on more duties than he could handle.
Outnumbered 3-to-1 by NVA crossing the Ben Hai River, not only did Larry Miller beat the odds during Operation Buffalo, he came out on top.The number of soldiers wounded in World War I is, in itself, devastating: over 21 million military wounded, and nearly 10 million killed.
On the battlefield, the injuries were shocking, unlike anything those in the medical field had ever witnessed. The bullets hit fast and hard, went deep and took bits of dirty uniform and airborne soil particles in with them.