Access, Usage and Links

The complete recordings from the AAH Oral Histories series are accessible to researchers through the Archive of Art and Design, Victoria and Albert Museum.

Citing the Oral Histories project

Citation of the transcripts from AAH Oral Histories interviews published on this website is permitted if it falls within standards established for fair use of copyright materials. Quotes and excerpts of the transcripts of these interviews should be cited as follows:

Interview of <Name of Interviewee>, by Liz Bruchet, <date>, from Association of Art Historians Oral Histories, <URL>, accessed <date>.

Example: Interview of John Smith by Liz Bruchet, 1 October 2009, from Association of Art Historians Oral Histories, www.forarthistory.org.uk/podcast, accessed 13 January 2011.

Related Projects & Resources

Art History

British Library Sound Archive – Oral history: visual art and crafts

Courtauld Institute of Art – A Brief History

Courtauld Intitute of Art Research Forum – ‘Writing Art History: Sound Recordings’

Dictionary of Art Historians

Getty Institute – Interviews with Art Historians collection

The Gombrich Archive – archive relating to the work of art historian Ernst Gombrich

Hayward Gallery / Serpentine Gallery – ‘Deschooling Society podcasts’

Journal of Art Historiography

Kettle’s Yard Oral History Archive

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Oral History Project

Scottish Society for Art History

Tate Research – ‘Art School Educated’: Curriculum Development and Institutional Change in UK Art Schools 1960-2010

University of Brighton, ‘Post-war curriculum and assessment: Coldstream, Summerson, art history and complementary studies’

Women’s Audio Archive – Collection of recordings from seminars and conferences, including audio recordings from the 1986 AAH conference in Brighton, with papers by Linda Nochlin, Marcia Pointon, Griselda Pollock and Lisa Tickner.

Oral History

Oral History Society (UK)

Oral History Association (US)

International Oral History Association

IHR Historical Insights – Focus on Research, Oral History – guide to Oral History in higher education.