Oral History Australia
Giving Voice to the Past

CONSIDER SHARING YOUR EXPERIENCE BY PUBLISHING THROUGH THE PRACTICING ORAL HISTORY SERIES

by | November 4, 2015

Call For Papers: Practicing Oral History Series

It is not necessary to have a fully developed idea. We would like to hear from you at any stage in your project. Contact series editor Nancy MacKay,nancymackay@gmail.com to discuss your idea. And check the Left Coast Press catalog here, http://www.lcoastpress.com/index.php.

Titles:

Story Bridges: a Guide to Conducting Intergenerational Oral History Projects, by Angela Zusman. 2010.

Oral History with Immigrant Narrators, Carol McKirdy. September 2015.

Practicing Oral History in Historical Organizations, Barbara W. Sommer. September 2015.

Curating Oral Histories, 2nd  ed. Nancy MacKay. October 2015.

Forthcoming:

Practicing Critical Oral History in the Schools, Christine K. Lemley.

Practicing Oral History to Connect University to Community, Beverly B. Allen and Fawn-Amber Montoya.

Oral History with War Veterans, Sharon Raynor.

Documenting Performing Arts through Oral History, Susan Kraft.

Museums, historical societies, libraries, classrooms, cultural institutions, alumni associations, and neighborhood groups are among the growing list of organizations who use oral history to document and change their own communities. This series will fill the gap in oral history research and practice by providing concise, instructive books that address circumstances of oral history practiced outside the academy. Each title will provide practical tools for conducting and presenting oral history, based on the Best Practices of the Oral History Association (USA) while being accessible to community-based organizations who apply oral history methodology to their work.