Important update about our AGM

Oral History Australia SA/NT will now hold its Annual General Meeting online using Zoom. The AGM will be held on Friday 6th August, as originally advertised, but will now commence at 4:30pm (Australian Central Standard Time). If you would like to attend the AGM, please RSVP to contact@oralhistoryaustraliasant.org.au by 5pm Wednesday 4th August. Meeting links will only be sent to

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AGM guest speaker: Sharon Mascall-Dare

AGM guest speaker: Sharon Mascall-Dare

Please join us for our Annual General Meeting on: Friday 6th August, at 4:30pm (Australian Central Standard Time) Venue: ONLINE This is a free event, but RSVPs are required by Wednesday 4 August at 5pm. Please RSVP to contact@oralhistoryaustraliasant.org.au. Meeting links will only be sent to those who have replied. Our guest speaker will be Dr Sharon Mascall-Dare. Her talk

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How to do an oral history interview

How to do an oral history interview

Learn how to plan and record professional interviews. This workshop introduces participants to the practice and methods of doing an oral history interview. It also covers features to look for in professional digital audio recorders, and why they are important. The workshop covers:• the features of an oral history interview• advantages of oral history• qualities of a good interviewer• how

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Holden and Me: Treasures from a Working Life exhibition

Holden and Me: Treasures from a Working Life exhibition

When Holden’s last factory, at Elizabeth in South Australia, closed in late 2017, an important era of Australian automotive production ended. At its peak, Holden employed around 24,000 workers around Australia. Holden employees were diverse: workers of all ages, migrants, skilled and unskilled, professional, transient and long-term. Holden & Me: Treasures from a Working Life tells the lives of people

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Would you like to join the OHA SA/NT committee?

Would you like to join the OHA SA/NT committee?

If you are a current member of OHA SA/NT and are interested in standing for the committee for 2021-2022, please contact Annmarie Reid via email at presidentohasant@gmail.com to let her know BEFORE Monday 2 August. A number of members have stated verbally that they would like to join the committee but we need to be advised in writing so that

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OHA National Conference: registration now open

Registrations for the 2021 OHA Biennial Conference are now open, with early bird rates available until Sunday 12 September. The conference will be held from 14-16 October 2021 in Launceston, Tasmania. The theme is ‘Oral History in Troubling Times: Opportunities and Challenges’. Book now Bookings are via Eventbrite. The registration fee includes morning & afternoon teas and lunches on Friday

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