Oral History Project - Belanda Depok

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The real record of history is found in the lives of the ordinary people who lived it. Collecting, preserving and sharing oral histories not only transmits knowledge from one generation to the next, it enhances our understanding of the past by illuminating personal experience.
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Oral History Project - Belanda Depok

  1. 1. ORAL HISTORY PROJECTHISTORY OFBELANDA DEPOK The team members: Endang Wahyu Lestari Hendro Wicaksono M. Jarkasih Ni Putu Wahyu Candra W Universitas IndonesiaThe real record of history is found in the lives of the ordinary people Program Pascasarjanawho lived it. Collecting, preserving and sharing oral histories not only Ilmu Perpustakaan dan Informasitransmits knowledge from one generation to the next, it enhances Fakultas Ilmu Pengetahuan Budayaour understanding of the past by illuminating personal experience.
  2. 2. Equipments Preparation
  3. 3. Interview Process
  4. 4. Sequences for Oral History Project (1)● Search and formulate interesting topic or issue.● Search the interviewee for the topic.● Browse the supporting documents and publications about the topic.● Define the questions.● Plan the project (interviewee, budget, job desc for each group members, equipments, time frames and mechanism of interview).
  5. 5. Sequences for Oral History Project (2)● Determine the type of oral history.● Interview process.● Write down the interview transcript.● Organizing results and preparing the group presentation.● Presenting the project.
  6. 6. Project Information (1)Topic : Belanda Depok● Interesting topic, reality history● Location in Depok city● The communities of Belanda Depok are still exist● We can still found some of the relics of Belanda Depok, and the buildings that remain from that era.● There are still some undercover stories about Belanda Depok.
  7. 7. Project Information (2)Interviewee: Mr. Otto Leander● He is one of the important persons of belanda depok.● He is a pure heir of belanda depok. He is from clan Leander (one of 12 clans).● He is a committee of belanda depok organization (YLCC).
  8. 8. Project Information (3)Type of Oral History : Oral life story, because theinterview will focused on his life experiences as aBelanda Depok.Equipments : camera, video camera, sound recorder,tripodMeeting point : at Restauran Soto, Kartini street, Depok(3pm – 6pm) on 1 November 2012 (based onappointment)Interview + Site visit time :about 3.30pm – 6.00 pm.
  9. 9. Chronology of Oral History Project (1)25-30 October 2012. We did literature research aboutbelanda depok from :● Book : Gedoran Depok, by Wenri Wanhar published by Sadar Media, 2011.● Television program kampung kita from Elshinta TV Station.● Internet.
  10. 10. Chronology of Oral History Project (2)31 Oktober 2012. We discussed about objections,targets, interview process and make appointment withMr. Otto Leander, arrange the questionnaire and definejobs desc to our group members, ask for Mr. Leander’spermission for interview.
  11. 11. Chronology of Oral History Project (3)1 November 2012:● Meet Mr. Otto Leander.● Asked for Mr. Leander’s permission to record and take pictures for academic purpose● Get permission : to release his name and his story for the presentation● interviewing process (about 2 hours)● taking pictures when site visit: parliament building, state court, church, and the first electricity pole in depok
  12. 12. Chronology of Oral History Project (4)19 November 2012. We discuss the final project andgroup presentation:● Share the voice recording for each group members● Define form of report (transcript and group presentation method)● Personal jobs● Compile the pictures of Mr. Otto Leander and the relics and buildings that remain from Belanda depok
  13. 13. Chronology of Oral History Project (5)19 – 22 November 2012 :● Each member write down the transcription as long as the interview recording● Make report / group presentation● Make Power point23 November 2012 : group presentation session
  14. 14. Result of Oral History Project● Biodata of Mr. Otto Leander● Table of Content● Transcription of Interview● Pictures of relics of Belanda Depok and buildings that remain from that era● Frame of metadata, Oral History of Belanda Depok
  15. 15. Difficulties● To synchronize the vision, mission, and objective among the team members● To specify the place and time to meet the interviewee● To Avoiding noise around the site interview (the meeting point was in the restaurant and the rain was so heavy)● Less systematic interview process because its the first time for our group, and answers from interviewee less focused● We felt hesitate to interrupt the interviewee to focus.
  16. 16. Sites Visit Inside of the church
  17. 17. Sites Visit Inside of the church
  18. 18. Sites Visit Inside of the church
  19. 19. Sites Visit Inside of the church
  20. 20. Sites Visit Inside of the church
  21. 21. Sites Visit Inside of the church
  22. 22. Sites Visit 12 church doors with clans name on each door
  23. 23. Sites Visit 12 church doors with clans name on each door
  24. 24. Sites Visit 12 church doors with clans name on each door
  25. 25. Sites Visit Outside of the church
  26. 26. Sites Visit State court of Belanda Depok
  27. 27. Sites Visit bv Parliament building, now Harapan Depok Hospital
  28. 28. Sites Visit Parliament building, now Harapan Depok Hospital
  29. 29. Sites Visit First electricity pole in Depok (near from parliament building)
  30. 30. Our Opinion About Oral History ProjectNew interesting experiences duringall the oral history process.hopefully, what we have made herecan be an example for the realcreation of oral history archive inIndonesia.
  31. 31. Thank You

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