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April Workshops and Registration Forms

by Admin on 25 February 2014

If you wish to participate in our April  beginner or advanced oral history workshops the information and registration forms are available now. 2014 April Workshops



To register:

Email president@oralhistoryvictoria.org.au

then please make your payment as per the registration form then fill in the appropriate registration form and bring it to the workshop with you.

The National Oral History Association of New Zealand (NOHANZ) is seeking abstracts for papers for presentation at its oral history conference in Wellington, New Zealand, Sept. 20-21, 2014. It is a biennial event that provides interesting and thought-provoking conversations, and the company is warm and enthusiastic. NOHANZ would love to see a large international delegation this year too! Call for papers is on NOHANZ website

Workshops and Seminars 2014

by Admin on 12 February 2014

Workshops and Seminars 2014
Keep an eye on the website for details

Seminars and Workshops for 2014

12 February 2014

OHAA (Vic Branch) is happy to announce our list of Seminars and Workshops for 2014. This year, as well as running our very popular workshops for people beginning and developing their skills in conducting interviews, we have added a workshop and seminar with visiting Oral Historian Mike Frisch and a Symposium with keynote speaker Paula […]

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8 February 2014

The Evolution Of Oral History 21 June 2014Oral History Victoria is organising a one-day Symposium on 21 June 2014. The call for papers is attached. We are seeking 20-minute papers on current oral history uses and oral history into the future.  

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William Angliss Oral History Project

13 November 2013

Members are invited to attend the official launch of the William Angliss Oral History Project. When: Friday 6th December 2013, 3pm Where:The Gallery (near the Angliss resturant in building D), William Angliss Institute RSVP: Monday 2nd December to Vicky Qin: vickyq@angliss.edu.au  

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