Oral History Australia SA/NT AGM (online or in person)

Oral History Australia SA/NT AGM (online or in person)

Date: Tuesday 15th August, 2023Place: Adelaide Holocaust Museum and Steiner Education Centre (and online via Zoom)Time: 3-4pm This year we will run our meeting in a hybrid format, so we hope you will all be able to join us, regardless of whether you live in Adelaide or further afield.  Optional tour of the Holocaust Museum starting at 4pm (separate booking

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Membership of the SA/NT Branch of Oral History Australia

Membership of the SA/NT Branch of Oral History Australia

Membership fees for 2023-4 are now due. The OHA SA/NT Committee thanks current members for their support this year. We hope you will continue to support our work in promoting oral history research in South Australia and the Northern Territory We always welcome new members so please have a look at our membership page here to see the benefits which

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2023 Lizzie Russell Oral History Grant Scheme – Applications closing soon

2023 Lizzie Russell Oral History Grant Scheme – Applications closing soon

The Lizzie Russell Oral History Grant Scheme Purpose This grant scheme aims to foster small oral history initiatives in South Australia and the Northern Territory and is open to financial members of Oral History Australia SA/NT. Oral History Australia South Australia/Northern Territory wishes to support, assist and help develop oral history  projects in these states. The grant scheme is funded

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HCSA 2023 Oral History Excellence Award

HCSA 2023 Oral History Excellence Award

Call for nominations The History Council of South Australia (HCSA) is currently taking nominations for its 2023 Historian Awards Since 2022, the Oral History Australia SA/NT has offered the Oral History Excellence Award as part of the HCSA Historian Awards. This award,  recognises the best oral history presentation, in any format, that uses first person interviews with individuals encompassing unique

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Writing Engaging Non-Fiction – Oral History Australia Workshop with Liz Harfull

Writing engaging non-fiction Please come along to a workshop with best-selling author and community historian Liz Harfull, which will explore techniques to help people write engaging history. This four-hour workshop is particularly suited to people planning to write family and community histories, from beginners wondering how to make a start to writers with some experience who want to improve their

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Vale Rob Linn

It was with great sadness that we heard that the renowned Adelaide historian, Robert Linn, had passed away. Rob Linn was a Director of Historical Consultants Pty Ltd since 1984, a company he established with his wife, Jane. Rob Linn graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) and a Master of Arts in History from the University of Adelaide. He

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