Want to have a say in in the future direction of the Oral History Australia Journal? Find out how to contribute. Also, note the upcoming 31 May copy deadline for the 2019 journal.
Nominations for the 2019 Hazel de Berg award are now being accepted. The deadline for submission is 1 August 2019 and the awardee will be announced during the 2019 Biennial Conference in Brisbane in October 2019.
The Oral History Australia Journal has two new editors - Dr Skye Krichauff from the University of Adelaide and Dr Carla Pascoe Leahy from the University of Melbourne.
The deadline for proposals to make a presentation at the Oral History Australia Biennial Conference in Brisbane later this year has been extended to Friday 8 March 2019.
The 2018 issue of the Oral History Australia Journal is now available for our members.
Monash University is offering a PhD Scholarship in Historical Studies /Oral History on the subject of ‘Australian Fathers and Broken Families’. The closing date for applications is Friday 15 March 2019.
Coinciding with Broome’s unique natural phenomena, the staircase to the moon, the three-day oral history winter school will be held at Goolarri Media Enterprises (GME) in Broome from 18-20 June 2019.
Oral History Australia is offering two bursaries of up to $750 each for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander oral historians presenting a paper at the 2019 Biennial OHA Conference.
After eight years Dr Sue Anderson is stepping down as Editor of the Oral History Australia Journal and Expressions of Interest (EoI) are currently being accepted to find a replacement.
Oral History Australia's next biennial conference will be held at the State Library of Queensland in Brisbane on 10 to 13 October 2019 and proposals for presentations are now being accepted.
Bookings are now open for an accredited training course with the WA branch of Oral History Australia. Check out this course scheduled for 10-11 November 2018 in Perth.
Oral History Australia today issued a Call for Papers for the 2019 OHA Journal No. 41. This journal is a special issue with the theme: Oral History and the Emotions.
Prominent oral historian, academic, author and public commentator Dr Shirleene Robinson is to take up one of Australia's most senior oral history posts as the Senior Curator Oral History and Indigenous Programs at the National Library of Australia (NLA).
The National Library of Australia will next week farewell one of its leading oral history professionals when Shelly Grant retires after more than three decades of public service.
Monash University academic Dr Francesco Ricatti is the new Chair of the Editorial Board for the Oral History Australia Journal.