2021 OHA awards now open

Oral History Australia (OHA) is pleased to announce we are now accepting nominations and applications for our three biennial awards: the Hazel de Berg Award for Excellence in Oral History, the OHA Book Award and the OHA Media Award. Applications and nominations must be submitted by 1 August 2021 and the award recipients will be announced at the 2021 OHA

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Conference bursary to attend the 2021 OHA National Conference

Conference bursary to attend the 2021 OHA National Conference

Conference bursary for the 2021 OHA national conference in Launceston Oral History Australia SA/NT is offering a conference bursary for a member of OHA SA/NT to cover the cost of conference registration (early-bird rate for members) and attendance at the conference dinner. Applicants for the bursary must be current financial members of Oral History Australia SA/NT, and be full financial

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OHA Biennial Conference 2021: Call for papers extended to 1 April

OHA Biennial Conference 2021: Call for papers extended to 1 April

The next OHA Biennial Conference will be held in Launceston, Tasmania from 14-16 October 2021. Deadline for conference submissions extended to 1 April 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

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Oral History Australia SA/NT AGM

Oral History Australia SA/NT AGM

Oral History Australia SA/NT AGM Date: Monday 10th August, 2020Place: onlineTime: 4:30 – 6:00pm This year we will run our meeting online, so we hope you will all be able to join us, regardless of whether you live in Adelaide or further afield.  There will be two short guest presentations about oral history projects recently undertaken or ongoing in SA/NT,

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Online oral history workshops

Would you like to learn more about oral history? Oral History Australia SA/NT is still running live workshops, but in an online format, during the Coronavirus pandemic. We have just run another Introduction to Oral History workshop that was fully booked. We will run this workshop again once we have sufficient people registered. If you missed out on the workshop,

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How to do an oral history interview workshop will still go ahead

How to do an oral history interview workshop will still go ahead For those who have been wondering, the Coronavirus outbreak will not prevent this workshop from going ahead. However, instead of taking place at the State Library, this workshop will now be run online. Details about how to access the online workshop will be provided to all registrants. Details

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