Importance of Oral History in the Conservation of Anglo-Indian Culture
This article picks up the theme of the value of life story collection arguing that collecting stories in a systematic and comprehensive way needs to be pursued with some urgency. It draws on examples from around the world where such projects have been undertaken with other communities to provide models that could be adapted for an Anglo-Indian oral history project. The details and references provided will be valuable to aspiring life story collectors. The article also presents ideas for Anglo-Indian youth-led projects.
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