Words and Silences
Oral History and Space
About the Journal
Words and Silences / Palabras y Silencios is the Digital Edition Journal of the International Oral History Association. It includes articles from a wide range of disciplines and is a means for the professional community to share projects and current trends of oral history from around the world.
Online ISSN 2222-4181
Reclaiming Dignity and Democracy: The re-emergence of Buddhist nuns in India
Harsha Gautam, University of Texas at Austin
Place, Race, and the Picturesque in Bronx Italian American Oral Histories: Remembering and representing the urban immigrant experience in the twentieth century
Kathleen LaPenta, Fordham University and Jacqueline Reich, Marist College
Crossing the Border with Oral History
Yolanda Leyva, University of Texas-El Paso
Memory and Everyday Life in Prisons: The Naxalite female prisoner in West Bengal (1967-1975)
Madhulagna Halder, McGill University
Geographies of Memory and Spaces of Belonging: Journeys of the mind and displaced populations
Indira Chowdhury, Centre for Public History, Srishti Manipal Institute of Art, Design and Technology
Words and Silences’ editorial team is interested in articles related to oral history methodology, practices, theory, and projects. Our goal is to provide a space for oral historians and oral history practitioners to share projects and current trends with the international community.