Oral History Australia
Giving Voice to the Past
 

Oral History Australia Biennial Conference 

 

 

 
   

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We invite proposals for the Oral History Australia Conference 2017

Moving Memories, our title and main theme, refers to memories generated across space and time, both local and national, as well as cross-cultural and international.  It also refers to memories which have emotional impact on listeners: remembering which moves us to laughter or tears.  The theme draws on some of the new directions in oral history that address: the impact of migration and asylum-seeking around the world; as well as the exchange between narrator and listener that is 'memory work', or the emotional labour that is involved in memory practices such as oral history.

All submissions will be welcome, but proposals on some of the following topics will assist in creating a coherent conference:

  • Migration
  • Contested memories across cultures in local communities
  • Movement across and within borders
  • Oral history as witnessing
  • Place and belonging
  • Journeys and pilgrimage
  • Sensory memories
  • Oral history and emotions
  • Mobile apps and podcasts for oral histories
  • Digital technology in a global world

We are inviting proposals for 20 minute papers, roundtables featuring two to five speakers that explore and engage conference topics, and 5 minute lightning talks.


For full details read: OHA Conference 2017 Call for proposals

IMPORTANT DATES

Deadline for submissions now extended to: 28 February 2017
Notification of acceptance of proposals: late February 2017
Registrations open: 31 March 2017
Earlybird deadline: 30 June 2017

 

 

 

 

Past Oral History Australia Conferences


        

 
 If you missed out on attending this interesting conference you can catch up with the range of presentations and make contact with the presenters as they have provided their email addresses. See 2015 Conference Abstracts