OHA Biennial Conference 2022
Oral History in Troubling Times: Opportunities & Challenges
The rescheduled Oral History Australia Biennial Conference, ‘Oral History in Troubling Times: Opportunities and Challenges’, will be held in historic Launceston, Tasmania on 14-16 October 2022 with workshops on 13 October 2022. We look forward to welcoming oral historians from across Australia and around the world.
A new Call for Presentations has been issued with a deadline of 1 April 2022.
If your presentation was accepted for the 2021 conference then it is also accepted for the 2022 conference – but you must confirm your place on the program by emailing Oral History Tasmania host Jill Cassidy (email@example.com) no later than 1 April 2022. If you wish to make minor changes to your presentation title or abstract, you must also email the edited version to Jill no later than 1 April 2022. If you want to offer a different presentation, then you must submit a new proposal using the conference EasyChair submission portal (details will be announced with the Call for Presentations).
All other proposals to present at the conference must be submitted using the conference EasyChair submission portal no later than 1 April 2022.
The conference will be held at the Tramsheds Function Centre and is being presented by Oral History Tasmania and Oral History Australia, in partnership with the College of Arts, Law and Education at the University of Tasmania and the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery.
It was originally scheduled to be held in October 2021 but was postponed for 12 months due to COVID-19 restrictions.
New Call for Presentations issued on 5 November 2021.
To join the conference mailing list, email the Oral History Tasmania host Jill Cassidy (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Conference - key facts
Call for Presentations - 1 April 2022
13 October 2022 - Pre-conference workshops
14-16 October 2022 - Conference
Tramsheds Function Centre, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia