Council seeking people’s stories for oral history project

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown Region Council is introducing a brand-new Narrative history project, An Individuals’s History of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown, in collaboration with the National Folklore Collection at UCD.

The council is wanting to consult with individuals that have stories to share, and that are interested in belonging to this job to record the histories, memories, and also practices of individuals throughout the region.

Allow us recognize If you have individual experience and/or family histories that clarified the experiences and functioning lives of individuals of the area, for example, shopkeepers and also storekeepers’ assistants and pupils; manufacturing facility workers; those entailed with domesticity and also housekeeping; tradespeople as well as craftspeople; farmers, fishermen; aquatic workers; quarrymen and stone cutters; transportation workers; hotel workers; domestic staff such as housemaids, cleaners, childminders, nurses and cooks; premises personnel related to the large estates and also various other substantial companies, such as gardeners, groomsmen and farm managers. Interviewees do not have to presently stay in the area.

Any person who would love to share their very own or their family’s experiences, and also that would certainly have an interest in participating, is comfortably welcomed to contact us at [e-mail secured].

Deirdre Black as Heritage Officer for Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council.
Deirdre Black(Heritage Officer, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown Region Council) The job is being headed by Deirdre Black(Heritage Policeman, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown Region Council ); Dr Deirdre Nuttall (Lead Scientist)and Dr Críostóir Mac Cárthaigh (Supervisor of the National Mythology Collection, University College Dublin).

You May Also Like