Ideals, Ethics, Methods: Oral History in Thought and Practice

This course examines oral history as a tool to access subaltern voices and the role of historians in representing the subaltern at school, in court, and to the general public. This course considers oral history's contributions to labour, women's, and Indigenous history. Prerequisites: Related 3000 series courses or permission of the Department. (sem 3) cr 3

HIST-4436EL
History
3.00
UG