In this installment of Oral History Review’s OHR Conversations, independent scholar Carrie Hamilton discusses ways in which the sub-fields of oral history and Animal Studies can inform one another, drawing from her article published in the Summer/Fall 2018 issue, “Animal Stories and Oral History: Witnessing and Mourning across the Species Divide.”
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Carrie Hamilton is an an independent scholar and writer living and working in London (UK). Her research interests include oral history, animal studies, veganism and feminist theory. She is a member of the editorial collective of the journal Feminist Review. Her book Veganism, Sex and Politics will be published by HammerOn Press in 2019.
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