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Journal – CFP deadline extended

The deadline for papers for peer review in the 2022 issue of Oral History Australia’s journal Studies in Oral History has been extended to 1 December 2021. Alexandra Dellios and Maria Savvidis will jointly edit the issue (no. 44), which will focus on the theme...

2021 journal now available

The 2021 issue of the Oral History Australia (OHA) journal Studies in Oral History, jointly edited by Skye Krichauff and Carla Pascoe Leahy, is now available. It's another bumper publication - 240 pages. To access the full issue or download separate articles and...

2021 OHA awards announced

Oral History Australia is delighted to announce the winners of the 2021 OHA Book Award and the 2021 OHA Media Award, with two of the three winners coming from Western Australia and the other from New South Wales. OHA national president Al Thomson made the announcement...

OHWA Annual General Meeting 2021

Oral History Western Australia will be holding its Annual General Meeting on: Sunday 17th October 2021 The Great Southern Room 4th level of the State Library of WA. 12.00 pm AGM 12.45 pm Lunch A light lunch will be provided. 1.30pm Guest Speaker Janet Baldwin Guest...

OHA Biennial Conference postponed

After much discussion we have made the difficult decision to postpone the OHA Biennial conference, Oral History in Troubling Times, to 2022, probably in October. A vibrant get-together in twelve months' time with a good chance of international speakers and delegates...

Celebrating Oral History Western Australia

Dear OHWA Member, former members, and friends, After many years of being known as the Oral History Association of Australia (WA Inc), we are now Oral History WA (OHWA). Over the years the organisation’s logo and promotional material has changed but the focus has...

Journal – Call for Papers

Oral History Australia's journal Studies in Oral History is inviting papers for peer review for a special migration issue to feature in 2022. Alexandra Dellios and Maria Savvidis will jointly edit the issue (no. 44), which will focus on the theme 'Migrant voices:...

Biennial Conference update

In these challenging times we want to assure all those considering registering for the 2021 OHA Biennial Conference that we have plans should the conference be impacted by COVID restrictions and lockdowns. Firstly, anyone who registers for the conference will have...

Conference registration now open

Registrations for the 2021 OHA Biennial Conference are now open, with early bird rates available until Sunday 12 September. The conference will be held from 14-16 October 2021 in Launceston, Tasmania. The theme is 'Oral History in Troubling Times: Opportunities and...

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