[SIGCIS-Members] Active institutional or individual oral history efforts in history of computing *outside* US
Troy Astarte (PGR)
t.astarte at newcastle.ac.uk
Wed Feb 7 02:28:11 PST 2018
I am into the final year of my PhD research on the history of programming language semantics. As a part of this I have conducted, recorded, and transcribed interviews with a number of people (6) who worked in this field or a related field.
On 6 Feb 2018, at 15:58, David C. Brock <dbrock at computerhistory.org<mailto:dbrock at computerhistory.org>> wrote:
I would like to get a better sense of which institutions or individuals are actively creating oral histories in the history of computing, broadly conceived, *outside* of the US.
I’m posting the question here because I’d bet others would like to know as well.
Thanks in advance for your help.
David C. Brock
Center for Software History [http://www.computerhistory.org/softwarehistory/]
Computer History Museum [http://www.computerhistory.org/]
Email: dbrock at computerhistory.org<mailto:dbrock at computerhistory.org>
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