This is not an exhaustive list, but a good starting point for those interested in oral history. You may also want to look at our Projects page to see some examples of oral history projects.
To go to an OHA State association use the menu in the top right of this website.
International oral history associations
International Oral History Association (IOHA)
National Oral History Association of New Zealand (NOHANZ)
Oral History Society (OHS), United Kingdom
Oral History Association, United States
H-OralHist global network
- Affiliated with Oral History Association
- Website: https://networks.h-net.org/h-oralhist
Libraries, museums & archives
National Library of Australia
National Film and Sound Archive
Museum of Australian Democracy
Northern Territory Government
State Library of New South Wales
University of South Australia
Organisations of interest
Australian Media Oral History Group
- Website: https://amohg.wordpress.com
Federation of Australian Historical Societies
- Website: www.history.org.au
Australian Historical Association
- Website: www.theaha.org.au/
Professional Historians Australia
- Website: www.historians.org.au/
Australasian Sound Recordings Association
- Website: www.asra.asn.au/
Australian Copyright Council
- Website: www.copyright.org.au/
Oral History in the Digital Age
- Website: http://ohda.matrix.msu.edu/
Access oral history projects & collections
This is not an exhaustive list, but provides a useful sample of projects available.
The projects here are selected for their broad scope and/or innovation.
USC Shoah Foundation Visual History Archive - video testimonies of survivors and witnesses of genocide
Densho - oral histories of Japanese Americans incarcerated during WWII
Oral History in the Digital Age - resources for oral historians working with digital technologies
Mass Observation Archive - recording everyday life in Britain
Australia - national
These projects are deemed national because of their scope and/or location in a national archive.
Australia - local
This is a sampling of projects related to a specific issue or community in Australia.