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Teaching Oral History: A Workshop to Train the Trainers

There's still places left for our train the trainers workshop on the 30th of March. Just as we need training when we embark on oral history, we need training to teach oral history. This workshop will prepare you to train novice oral historians in a range of contexts,...

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2019 OHA Conference – Call for papers extended

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. If you wish to submit a proposal please follow the instructions in the Call for Presentations...

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2018 Oral History Australia Journal

The 2018 issue of the Oral History Australia Journal is now available for our members through a password-protected section of the Oral History Australia's website. Secretaries of our State associations have been advised of the login details and in coming days will be...

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PhD scholarship opportunity

Monash University is currently seeking applications from those interested in a PhD Scholarship in Historical Studies /Oral History on the subject of 'Australian Fathers and Broken Families'. The scholarship is open to both domestic (Australian) and international...

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Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander bursaries

In recognition of 2019 as the United Nations Year of Indigenous Languages, Oral History Australia (OHA) has announced it is offering two bursaries of up to $750 each for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander oral historians presenting a paper at the 2019 Biennial OHA...

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Rewind – December 2018

The December 2018 issue of the OHV newsletter 'Rewind' is now available. Current OHV members receive the the newsletter by email through the MailChimp platform. If you are not an OHV member you can subscribe. You can also view the latest issue through your browser by...

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