Aural history in B.C. and oral history in Canada

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StatementReynoldston Research and Studies.
SeriesPublication - Reynoldston Research and Studies ; v. 2, no. 2
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LC ClassificationsF1024 .R49 1973
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Electronic books Conference papers and proceedings Notes from Aural History: Provincial Archives of British Columbia; Welcome; Directions in Canadian Aural/Oral History; Aural History in B.C. Studies; Aural History in Primary and Secondary Schools; Historians Panel; Canadian Authors and Aural History; Broadcasters Panel; Canadian Aural/Oral.

The articles show both the wide range of aural history in writing, teaching, and research, and the value of producing sound documents as well as typescripts. The feature article of the issue is about Steveston, a Japanese-Canadian fishing community on the Fraser River, and illustrates the work of Aural History, Provincial Archives of British.

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A new beginning for aural/oral history in British Columbia occurred in the summer of Desire for an aural history centre was re-affirmed, first by an aural history convention and secondly by the Government of the Province of British Columbia.

On June 2,people attended the Aural History Convention at the University of British. This thesis is an examination of the radio production techniques and media theories of Canadian Imbert Orchard (). Throughout his career at the CBC and a brief period as lecturer at Simon Fraser University, he championed notions such as ‘aural history’ and ‘document in sound’ over oral history and documentary.

A History of Canada: From its origins to the royal régime, Clarke, Irwin. Lanctôt, Gustave (). A History of Canada: From the Royal Regime to the Treaty of Utrecht, Harvard University Press.

Lanctôt, Gustave (). A History of Canada: From the Treaty of Utrecht to the Treaty of Paris, Clarke, Irwin & Company. The History of the Northern Interior of British Columbia, Formerly New Caledonia. Toronto: William Briggs, Muckle, Robert J. The First Nations of British Columbia.

Vancouver: UBC Press, Newell, Dianne. Tangled Webs of History: Indians and the Law in Canada's Pacific Coast Fisheries. Toronto: Univ of Toronto Press, Nicholson. Everywomans Books was a non-profit feminist bookstore established in Victoria, B.C. in The store closed in due to financial problems, but it was the last remaining non-profit feminist bookstore run by an all-volunteer collective in : Taylor Antoniazzi.

The Affective Power of Sound: Oral History on Radio. the capacity to convey the oral/aural nature of oral history and the and an art object in the United States of America and Canada from. Oral Histories of British Columbia Nurses.

In in celebration its 75 th anniversary, an oral history project to record the experiences of BC nurses was initiated by RNABC – later CRNBC.

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The History of Nursing Professional Practice Group, now the BC History of Nursing Society, took over this project when the group was established in The Canadian Oral History Association (COHA) Prize is awarded to an outstanding example of oral history practice.

Eligible initiatives include oral history projects, books, articles, exhibitions, films, and other activities that actively engage with oral history. Scholarly and. Oral history is the collection and study of historical information about individuals, families, important events, or everyday life using audiotapes, videotapes, or transcriptions of planned interviews are conducted with people who participated in or observed past events and whose memories and perceptions of these are to be preserved as an aural record for future generations.

Robin: This book is incredibly powerful and important in many ways. The author calls it an oral history but, to me, it doesn’t become a real oral history until it’s an aural history. When I looked at the book in print I thought, ‘I can’t figure out how to get through this.’.

Get this from a library. Folklore and oral history: papers from the second annual meeting of the Canadian Aural/Oral History Association, at St. John's, Newfoundland October[Neil V Rosenberg; Canadian Aural/Oral History Association.

Meeting]. Oral History. Oral history is an account of the past transmitted by word of mouth. Since the beginnings of its modern form, oral history has made important contributions to the ways in which we understand and interpret the past; it has become a "subprofession" and has resulted in some valuable books.

Brian Abrams is the author of three bestselling Kindle Singles oral histories: And NOW An Oral History of Late Night with David Letterman, –; Gawker: An Oral History; and Die Hard: An Oral has written for the Washington Post Magazine, Time, and The Lowbrow lives in New York City.

You can visit for more information and follow the author /5(95). Girard, Michel F. “The Oka Crisis from an Environmental Perspective, ” In Consuming Canada: Readings in Environmental History, edited by Chad Gaffield and Pam Gaffield, Toronto, ON: Copp Clark, Kenny, James and Bill : John Douglas Belshaw.

[3] Collaboration in oral history, new media and the arts is the focus of a special issue of the Journal of Canadian Stud 1 (Hiver ). One of the best reflections on personalized scholarship can be found in Stacey Zembrzycki, “Sharing Authority with Baba,” Journal of Canadian Stud 1 (Hiver ): Another useful source is K.T.

Corbettt and H.S. Miller, “A Shared. One Drum: Stories and Ceremonies for a Planet, by Richard Wagamese. One Drum: Stories and Ceremonies for a Planet — Richard Wagamese (Douglas & McIntyre).

Vancouver After Dark: The Wild History of a City’s Nightlife — Aaron Chapman (Arsenal Pulp Press). Other Books by John Douglas Belshaw Canadian History: Pre-Confederation (Vancouver: BCcampus, ). Vancouver Confidential, editor and author (Vancouver: Anvil Press, ).

Vancouver Noir:with Diane Purvey (Vancouver: Anvil Press, ). Becoming British Columbia: A Population History (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, ).Author: John Douglas Belshaw. The Association of Book Publishers of B.C.'s list of the top selling books for the week of February 8.

Rebuilding Indigenous Nations for a Stronger Canada — Jody Wilson-Raybould Voices from the Skeena: An Illustrated Oral History — illustrated by Roy Henry Vickers, by. Canada (English) - en; Canada (français) An Illustrated Oral History — illustrated by Roy Henry Vickers, by Robert Budd — Compiled by the Association of Book Publishers of B.C.

15 B.C. bestselling books for the week of Rebuilding Indigenous Nations for a Stronger Canada — Jody Voices from the Skeena: An Illustrated Oral History — illustrated by.

Oral tradition, or oral lore, is a form of human communication wherein knowledge, art, ideas and cultural material is received, preserved and transmitted orally from one generation to another. The transmission is through speech or song and may include folktales, ballads, chants, prose or verses.

In this way, it is possible for a society to transmit oral history, oral literature, oral law and. Aural and Oral Skills I recently updated my book, The two most basic language skills, listening and speaking, sound exactly alike when we describe them as oral and aural skills.

“Aural” language, of course, refers to language as we hear it. This article formed the basis of the Wikipedia history of the petroleum industry in Canada Author: Peter Mckenzie-Brown. ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF ORAL TRADITION Oral tradition can be defined as testimony transmitted by word of mouth from one generation to another.

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Here the information is obtained by talking and listening to people with historical information. The thesis explores soundwalking, memory and aural history through participatory exploration. My ethnographic work involves extensive documentation of a private museum in Echo Bay, a remote fishing and logging community in the Broughton Archipelago, BC.

This museum houses artifacts, many of which have acoustic components. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Collecting, preserving and sharing community memories of Jewish life in British Columbia The archives acquires records that document Jewish life in BC.

With over linear metres of textual records,photographs, and oral history interviews documenting the history of hundreds of local Jewish organizations and close to a thousand Jewish families. Perfecting Sound Forever: An Aural History of Recorded Music [Milner, Greg] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Perfecting Sound Forever: An Aural History of Recorded MusicCited by: Hear, Listen, Play. is a book for all music teachers who are unfamiliar with, yet curious about the worlds of ear-playing, informal learning, improvisation, and vernacular musics. For decades, or even hundreds of years, a divide has slowly been developing between the realms of notation-based musical transmission, and aural/oral methods.

Oral tradition, the first and still most widespread mode of human communication. Far more than “just talking,” oral tradition refers to a dynamic and highly diverse oral-aural medium for evolving, storing, and transmitting knowledge, art, and ideas.

It is typically contrasted with literacy, with.Talking History, based at the University at Albany, State University of New York, is a production, distribution, and instructional center for all forms of "aural" mission is to provide teachers, students, researchers and the general public with as broad and outstanding a collection of audio documentaries, speeches, debates, oral histories, conference sessions, commentaries.Oral historian synonyms, Oral historian pronunciation, Oral historian translation, English dictionary definition of Oral historian.

n. 1. Historical information, usually tape-recorded or videotaped, obtained in interviews with persons having firsthand knowledge. oral history (redirected from Oral historian) Also found in: Encyclopedia.