OHA Biennial Conference 2021: Call for papers

OHA Biennial Conference 2021: Call for papers

The next OHA Biennial Conference will be held in Launceston, Tasmania from 14-16 October 2021. The conference theme is Oral History in Troubling Times: Challenges and Opportunities. The conference theme invites you to reflect on the challenges and issues of undertaking oral history in troubling times, and to consider how oral history can illuminate the lived experience of troubling times

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Oral History Australia 2019 biennial conference: registrations open

Oral History Australia 2019 biennial conference: registrations open

Registrations for the 2019 conference are now open. The conference will be hosted by Oral History Queensland and Oral History Australia, in partnership with the State Library of Queensland. Theme: Intimate Stories, Challenging Histories Dates: 10-13 October 2019 Location: State Library of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia The conference program is available here. Link to registration information page Link to registration on

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Conference bursaries to attend the 2019 OHA National Conference

Conference bursaries to attend the 2019 OHA National Conference

Conference bursaries for the 2019 OHA national conference In 2019, as part of its 40th anniversary celebrations, OHA SA/NT is offering two bursaries to attend the OHA National Conference: special conference bursary valued at $1000 for an OHA SA/NT member who is a student, emerging historian, or an individual who has never previously presented at a national conference a conference

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Annual Conference of the UK Oral History Society: Call for papers

Annual Conference of the UK Oral History Society: Call for papers

Oral History@Work: Recording change in working lives 5-6 July, 2019 University of Swansea, Singleton Campus, Wales Download the flyer for further details. Many aspects of working lives and the experience of work have changed within a generation. In the UK, areas and communities defined by work in single industries, mining, textiles and shipbuilding, have been transformed through closures and the

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