DOI: https://doi.org/10.7203/KAM.6.7605

Oral History and Memory: A Personal Journey


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Abstract: Autobiographical essay by Margaret Randall on her experience as a cultural and social activist who focused part of her work in Oral History. “How I got into doing oral history was simple. The way I went about it responded to my lack of formal training—I had no university degree, wasn’t an anthropologist or ethnographer. In line with my innate pragmatism, I wanted to know and so I asked.


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testimonio; literatura testimonial; América Latina; feminismo; memoria; Casa de las Américas; Cuba; Margaret Randall

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