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2024 OHA awards now open

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…

New journal joint editor

Dr Carolyn Collins of the University of Adelaide has been appointed joint editor of the Oral History Australia journal Studies in Oral History. Carolyn replaces Dr Carla Pascoe Leahy who has been joint editor since 2019 with Dr Skye Krichauff…

2024 journal CFP extended

The deadline for peer-reviewed articles for consideration in the 2024 issue of our journal Studies in Oral History has been extended to 15 January 2024. The deadline for submission of reports remains 30 April 2024. Go to the Call for Papers,…

2023 OHA journal now available

The 2023 issue of Studies in Oral History, the journal of Oral History Australia (OHA), is now available. Issue 45, which is freely available online, features the same theme as last year’s OHA Biennial Conference ‘Oral History in Troubling Times:…

OHA President’s 2023 report

The report of OHA President Alistair Thomson to the 2023 Annual General Meeting held online on 10 October is now available on the website. You can download the report at: 2023 President’s report or from the Governance page at:  See…

OHA Technology Survey Report 2023

The findings from our inaugural technology survey are now available. Thanks to all those who participated. In response to the survey results, Oral History Australia will be developing a dedicated technology page on our website and considering what technology-based training…

Statement on the Voice referendum

Oral History Australia wishes to publicly support voting ‘Yes’ in the forthcoming Australian Indigenous Voice referendum. The first recommendation of the ‘Uluru Statement from the Heart’ was the creation of a ‘Voice to Parliament’ enshrined in the Australian Constitution which…

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