New Impact Story: Voices from Ravensbrück: Multilingual Oral History

Submitted by Karina Berger on 14 December 2022

This impact story showcases the Voices from Ravensbrück project, which has produced a curated set of multilingual oral history interviews with survivors from the Ravensbrück concentration camp for women. The new ‘Ravensbrück Oral History Resource Family’ comprises 38 audio interviews from different countries and presents a unique opportunity to study and compare these historical sources. The compelling topic and the way in which these interviews are presented makes them attractive and easy to work with, opening up many avenues for cross-disciplinary and multilingual research in a broad variety of fields. In addition, it represents a valuable resource for schools, higher education, the media, and society more widely. 

Read the full impact story here.