Framing Oral Histories as Autobiographical Accounts in "Raj Days to Downunder: Voices from Anglo-India to New Zealand"
Dorothy McMenamin writes about the process of working with life stories collected from New Zealand’s Anglo-Indians to producing the increasingly well-known and popular work: Raj Days to Downunder: Voices from Anglo-India to New Zealand. She shares some of her experiences with the narrators (or their families) of the stories she wished to include. This article provides a valuable set of considerations and insights for would-be collectors and presenters of Anglo-Indian life stories.
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