Graham Smith




Oral historian with over 30 years experience of recording and using oral history narratives. Particular interests in transactive remembering and oral history of medicine. I've also conducted a wide range of oral history projects including on female headed households, the family, social mobilty and ageing, migration, and food.

I've also been engaged in a number of public oral history projects (including on radio and television) and have an interest in developing critical approaches to oral history in public oral history.

Teacher in oral history.

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Jun 15th 2015

This course aims to lead students into a greater appreciation for and an understanding of Magna Carta and its significance around the globe, as we approach the 800th anniversary of its sealing. The course examines why Magna Carta was radical in its day, why it has been a source of numerous debates, and why this anniversary is being celebrated in the present.

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