Oral history – opportunities to work with leading organisations
Oral history – opportunities to work with leading organisations. Develop innovative projects and acquire employability skills and professional contacts.
Real world and cutting edge – our students’ oral history research projects
Grow your confidence to meet with interviewees, engage with communities, explore memories and touch the past in the present to write histories for the future. Here are some examples of the exciting and original work our students have done.
Spark memories, narrate the past, preserve stories, create history. Oral history at the University of Plymouth offers you the chance to work with our leading historians.
Policing Piracy 1: The International Picture, Politics and Strategies Post 1989 Witness Seminar
What's on at the University of Plymouth: Policing Piracy 1: The International Picture, Politics and Strategies Post 1989 Witness Seminar. Revisiting issues relating to policing modern piracy. University of Plymouth, 9 November 2016.