The oral history movement embraces a diverse range of practitioners who record and use oral history interviews, including family, community and professional historians, museum curators and archivists, media workers and journalists, teachers and academics in a variety of disciplines, from history to anthropology, sociology to health care, linguistics to communication studies.
We share a passion for recorded life stories, especially from people and groups who are under-represented in the historical record, and for the difference oral history can make to understanding and changing our world.
Submissions for presentations - now extended to 8 March 2019.
Australian &Torres Strait Islander bursary applications due 1 May 2019.
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Online access to the current issue of the Oral History Australia Journal is restricted to members and subscribers. Member login details are available from the relevant OHA branch secretary.