No. 433    |    17 March 2020

Research Method Workshop in Oral History-2

Oral History: Transforming Individual Experience into Collective Experience

The first part of report of Research Method Workshop in Oral History was on "Oral History- A Resource for Collecting Historical Information Through Interview". The second and final part of this workshop will be followed. Soheila Safari was the workshop lecturer. She said the other issue is hypothesis. Some would like to disparage positivist aspect of a subject that one can say humanities refer to it as a claim.

Documentology and oral history

Greetings to all of you. I thank God for succeeding me to make a pilgrimage to the holy shrine of Imam Reza (AS), the 8th Infallible Successor of Prophet Mohammad (blessings of God upon him and his progeny) and to visit you. The title of my debate is "A prelude or an introduction to recognizing ties between historical documents with propositional memory, especially memories in historical studies and historiology". For clarifying the subject, ...

The 311th Night of Memory-2

We had joke with Hajj Qassem even under the fire of enemy

According to Iranian Oral History Website, the 311th session of memory night was held in commemoration of women of the imposed war on February 20, 2020. In this session, Iran Torabi, Seyyedeh Fawzia Madih and Hajj Mehdi Zemorodian narrated their memories. The third narrator, Hajj Mehdi Zumurrudian is one of the sacred defense veterans. She was friends with the martyr Vesali and participated in the Kurdish event.

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Memoirs of Sabah Vatankhah

Interviewed and Compiled by Fatemeh Doustkami

Translated by Natalie Haghverdian

Published by Soore Mehr Publishing Co.

Persian Version 2019


We all went to school. We sat in the old classroom while the construction of the new classroom was in process. Our school was on the banks of a big and beautiful river. The bank of the river was filled with white and flat stones. The stones were like marbles. Hosseinabad was located between two green hills. We used to play in the green outskirts or the hills after school hours.

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