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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...

CFP – OHA conference, United States

The Oral History Association (United States) invites proposals for papers and presentations for its 2021 annual meeting to be held October 13-17, 2021. The theme for this conference is 'Moving Stories'. For this conference, presenters are asked  to reflect on the idea...

2020 journal now available

The 2020 issue of the Oral History Australia (OHA) journal Studies in Oral History, jointly edited by Skye Krichauff and Carla Pascoe Leahy, is now available. To access the full issue or download separate articles and sections, go to: Issue No. 42, 2020 - Intimate...

Welcome to our new website

Welcome to the new Oral History Western Australia (OHWA) website. This website has been developed in conjunction with a new Oral History Australia (OHA) website, with both sites featuring complementary branding and a number of shared features. The aim has been to...

Surge in oral history training in WA

2020 has been a year of contemplation. Filled with troubling times for us all, the uncertainty of living with a pandemic has made us stop and think about our lifestyle and values. Memories of happier times play on our minds. Lack of movement with forced restrictions...

2020 AGM report

Thank you to everyone who attended the 2020 Annual General Meeting at the State Library of Western Australia on 8 November. This year has been a hard year for everyone, so it was great to be able to meet face-to-face and speak with our members and welcome in our new...

CFP – 2021 OHA conference

Oral History Tasmania and Oral History Australia today released a Call for Presentations for the upcoming OHA Biennial Conference to be held in Launceston, Tasmania from 14-16 October 2021. The conference theme is 'Oral History in Troubling Times: Challenges and...

CFP – Studies in Oral History

The 2021 issue of the Oral History Australia journal Studies In Oral History will be based on the theme 'Oral history, place and environment'. Journal editors Skye Krichauff and Carla Pascoe Leahy announced the theme of the special 2021 issue while issuing a Call for...

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