Call for Papers Deadline for the "Working with Memories" Australasian Oral History Strand now extended to 31st March 2017.
This award recognises those who have made an outstanding contribution to the cause of Oral History in Australia over a considerable period of time. Closing date 30 June 2017.
The Community Heritage Grants program provides grants of up to $15,000 to community organisations such as libraries, archives, museums, genealogical and historical societies, multicultural and Indigenous groups.
The members of Oral History Australia congratulate Bill Bunbury on this recognition of his lifetime of commitment to public history particularly through the media and indigenous communities.
Call for Papers for conference Belfast, Ireland 4-7 April,2018.
Words and Silences the journal of the International Oral History Assoc. is seeking contributions for its latest issue. Deadline 30.6.17
Index to all OHA Journals from 1979-2016 is now available.
Don't miss this oral history web exhibition - From Glory Boxes to Grindr: Dating in Australia 1945-2015
Contributions to the Oral History Australia Journal are invited in three categories: papers on themes of the 2017 OHA National Conference to be held in Sydney in September 2017; articles/project reports, conference reports etc; and reviews of books and other publications of interest to the oral history community.
Working with Memories: Australasian Oral History Strand Call for Papers to explore the opportunities and challenges of working with memories as sources for historical research and production.
This course is part of its Diploma of Family History, a unit entitled ‘Oral History’, which is fully online and has a fee concession for domestic students.
Oral History Australia urgently appeals for all historians to protest against the Government cuts to the budget of the State Library of South Australia. Let your voice be heard; sign the petition now.
Researchers wish to speak to individuals across Australia who volunteered in HIV/aids related capacities to explore their contributions and the impact of their involvement on individuals and non-profit community based organisations.
The inaugural Our Stories, Our Way Indigenous Oral History symposium 5 May 2016 in Perth, brought together community members and oral historians to explore new methodologies for preserving Indigenous oral histories which empower Indigenous peoples to tell their own stories in their own ways.
Read the interersting reports of the 2016 Conference held in Bangalore, India May 2016.
Dr. Sue Anderson, President, Oral History Australia, elected Oceania Representative.