2022 OHA awards – apply now

Oral History Australia (OHA) is inviting applications for its three awards – the Hazel de Berg Award for Excellence in Oral History and the OHA book and media awards – with recipients to be announced during the Biennial Conference in October 2022....

2021 OHA awards announced

Oral History Australia is delighted to announce the winners of the 2021 OHA Book Award and the 2021 OHA Media Award, with two of the three winners coming from Western Australia and the other from New South Wales. OHA national president Al Thomson made the announcement...

2021 OHA awards now open

Oral History Australia (OHA) is pleased to announce we are now accepting nominations and applications for our three biennial awards: the Hazel de Berg Award for Excellence in Oral History, the OHA Book Award and the OHA Media Award. Applications and nominations must...

Oral historians feature in AHA prizewinners

The Australian Historical Association (AHA) has announced the winners of its 2020 annual and biennial prizes and awards and a number of oral historians feature among the recipients. Congratulations to: Karen Twigg for winning the Jill Roe Prize for the best...

OHA awards – winners announced

Oral History Australia is delighted to announce the following winners of the inaugural Oral History Australia Awards. ORAL HISTORY AUSTRALIA BOOK AWARD 2019 Black Saturday: not the end of the story Author: Peg Fraser Monash University Publishing, 2018, Web...
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