This interactive, in-person workshop focuses on developing the key skills required to conduct the best possible oral history interview. Following on from our introductory workshops, this training explores the relationship between interviewer and interviewee, examining the practicalities of the before, during, and after stages of oral history interviewing.
Starting with pre-interview planning we discuss decision making around who to interview, how to contact interviewees and how to develop an interview structure, before moving on to the interview itself considering how to ask questions, listen actively, and interpret responses. The final section investigates the interviewer / interviewee relationship after the recording is complete and discusses various approaches and considerations in relation to the sharing and publication of people’s interviews.
This workshop will be held in person in Cork city. Venue to be confirmed.
Registration coming soon. Cost is €35 for OHNI members or €55 for non-members.