The August 2019 issue of the OHV newsletter ‘Rewind’ is now available.
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Rewind – August 2019
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The early bird rate for attending the 2019 OHA Biennial Conference has been extended for two weeks.
Book before 15 August 2019 to get the early bird rate and to secure your place in events with limited capacity.
Please note that registration for the full two days of the conference includes the welcome reception. If you have full registration you need only book separately for the welcome reception if you want to bring along an additional person.
The four-day event features:
- pre-conference workshops and the welcome reception on Thursday 10 October
- two-days of conference presentations and panels and the conference dinner – Friday and Saturday, 11-12 October
- post-conference excursions in and around Brisbane on Sunday 13 October.
Oral History Australia and Oral History Queensland are presenting the conference in our 40th anniversary year, in partnership with the State Library of Queensland.
The theme is ‘Intimate Stories, Challenging Histories’. A draft program is now available.
Bookings and further information
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