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.
Seven articles from the Australian Generations team illuminating a range of topics in Australian social history.
Oral History Australia has asked that the Minister for the Arts reconsider his decision to cut funding to invaluable national cultural institutions.
These revised guidelines are offered to help oral historians establish appropriate rates.
There are many opportunities to participate and share your historical research and practice. See latest Calls for Papers.
Edited by Robert Perks and Alistair Thomson, this third edition is a comprehensive, international anthology combining major, ‘classic’ articles with cutting-edge pieces on the theory, method and use of oral history.
If you practice oral history as a museum curator, public historian, librarian, transcriber, community activist, educator or related field consider sharing your experience through publication by Left Coast Press in their series Practicing Oral History.
Jill Cassidy from Tasmania was awarded the 2015 Hazel de Berg Award for Excellence in Oral History at the Oral History Australia national conference in Perth WA Sept 9-12.