2022 History Festival theme revealed!

2022 History Festival theme revealed!

The History Festival dates are set for 1-31 May of 2022. The theme for 2022 is: REIMAGINE The 2022 theme represents an opportunity to be bold and reimagine events in terms of content as well as presentation. Here are a few ideas from the History Trust to get your brainstorming started: How have stories been an important tool in your

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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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Special 40th anniversary lecture

Special 40th anniversary lecture

Oral History Australia SA/NT and The History Trust of South Australia invite you to September’s Talking History lecture: Forty Years On: The Transformations of Oral History Tuesday 17 September 2019, 5.00 pm for a 5.30 pm start, Torrens Parade Ground, Adelaide. Professor Alistair Thomson presents September’s Talking History lectureForty Years On: The Transformations of Oral History. Celebrating forty years since the creation

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Dr Carolyn Collins: special guest speaker on 9 August

Dr Carolyn Collins: special guest speaker on 9 August

Dr Carolyn Collins will be guest speaker at the Oral History Australia SA/NT AGM.  Carolyn is a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Adelaide.  Please join us to hear her speak about her oral history project looking at the history of the Save Our Sons movement in Australia. Date: 9 August 2019 Time: 2  – 4 pm Place: Bronwyn

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The love that dared not celebrate its name!

The love that dared not celebrate its name!

The love that dared not celebrate its name! Hear about our Oral History Project.  Listen to stories of rainbow lives.  Join the discussion.  Our project evolved from ECH-sponsored oral history workshops.  We aim to capture the lived experience of South Australian rainbow elders; lives traversing closeted days of criminalisation, discrimination and repression into a more accepting 21st century.   We

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