The deadline for peer-reviewed articles for consideration in the 2024 issue of our journal Studies in Oral History has been extended to 15 January 2024.
The deadline for submission of reports remains 30 April 2024.
Go to the Call for Papers, Issue No. 46, 2024.
The theme for the special issue, No. 46, is ‘Working Lives and Workplaces’. We have two guest editors for this issue – Paul Sendziuk and Nicholas Herriot.
Associate Professor Paul Sendziuk teaches Australian History at the University of Adelaide. He is an experienced oral historian, specialising in the histories of disease and public health, migration and labour. He is currently co-authoring a history of working lives at General Motors Holden based on 100 oral history interviews with former automotive workers.
Researcher profile: https://researchers.adelaide.edu.au/profile/paul.sendziuk
Nicholas Herriot is a PhD candidate at the University of Adelaide with an interest in oral history, social movements and Australian student radicalism. His articles have been published (or are soon to appear) in Labour History and Studies in Oral History.
Researcher profile: https://researchers.adelaide.edu.au/profile/nicholas.herriot
Contributors are advised to review the following before submission: