Welcome to the Victorian-branch website of the Oral History Association of Australia (OHAA)
OHAA is a non-profit organisation formed in 1978 with branches in all states. Its aims are to:
- promote ethical practice and methods of oral history
- educate in the use of oral history methods
- encourage discussions on all aspects of oral history
- foster the preservation of oral history records
- to pursue common objectives and maintain links with other Australian oral history associations through membership of Oral History Australia Inc
Oral history is the recording of people’s memories and has an increasingly wide range of uses including historical and social research; family, institution and business histories; radio documentaries and museum displays.
If you would like to join the OHAA (Victorian Branch) please download and complete the Membership form and send it to our treasurer.
- reduced rates to branch events – educational and social
- a copy of the Oral History Association of Australia’s journal
- advice from other members and oral historians through our register of oral historians
If you would like further information or assistance please contact a committee member or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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