Oral Histories and the Archaeology of the Modern City
This paper briefly reviews the changing role of oral history in the development of urban archaeology in Australia. It is argued that oral histories will have an increasingly important place in urban archaeology as researchers move to broaden research focus into the twentieth century in order to provide complete temporal coverage of sites and places.
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Oral Histories and the Archaeology of the Modern City. Tim Murray. History Australia. 7 (2): 34.1-34.12. 2010 ( tDAR id: 426774)
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