Current British Work/International Work.
A Tribute to Liz Dore. Paul Thompson, Carrie Hamilton, Maxine Molyneax and Olge Lidia Saavedra Montes de Oca.
A hostile environment: affect, emotion and power in lesbian teachers' reflections on Section 28. Jennifer Harding.
Inherited border regions: remembrance strategies among young adults in post-Yugoslavia and their multi-layers perspective on the past. Eva Tamara Asboth.
Expectations, experiences and enigmas: hearing and evaluating emigrant testimony. Marjory Harper.
'intellectual disability nursing, the Cinderella relations of nursing': an exploration of marginality through oral history. Paul Sutton, Colin Griffiths, Paul M Keenan, Sandra Fleming, Carmel Doyle, Helen L Atherton, Su McAnelly and Michelle Cleary.
Empowerment and composure in the Dorset History Centre's LGBTQ+ Speakout Project. Molly Groarke.
Transformative engagement in UNESCO's Global Citizenship Education: a secondary school oral history project. Taunya Wideman-Johnston, Courney A Brewer and Mike McCabe.
A question of sport: division and belonging across two oral history projects. Michael Romyn.
Queer oral history today: new directions? Nikita Shepard.
Regional Network and Special Interest Groups.