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Journal – Reports deadline extended

The deadline for submitting reports for the next issue of our journal Studies in Oral History has been extended from 30 April to 14 May 2023. Reports may describe oral history projects conducted by academic researchers, museum curators, heritage professionals,…

Journal: Calling reviewers

Contributors interested in submitting a review to our journal Studies in Oral History are asked to notify our new reviews editor Gwyn McClelland by 15 May 2023. We accept a wide range of reviews including reviews of podcasts, online oral…

Deadlines: Upcoming conferences

Interested in presenting at a conference this year? Deadlines for abstracts/proposals for a number of history-related conferences are due very soon. These include: Oral History Network of Ireland annual conference, 16-17 June 2023. Abstracts due 28 April 2023. Find out…

Journal – New section editors & CFR

Studies in Oral History, the Oral History Australia journal, is delighted to welcome two newcomers to its editorial team and announce a Call for Reports in the upcoming 2023 edition. Our new Reports Editor is Alexandra Mountain. Alexandra is a public…

Journal – Looking for section editors

Are you interested in contributing to our journal as an editor? The Editors and Chair of the Editorial Board of Studies in Oral History, the journal of Oral History Australia, are inviting expressions of interest for the positions of Reviews…

Journal CFP – new deadline

The deadline for peer-reviewed articles for the 2023 issue of our journal Studies in Oral History has been extended to 16 December 2022. The 2023 issue aligns with the theme of the 2022 Oral History Australia biennial conference ‘Oral history…

President’s report available

The report of OHA President Alistair Thomson to the 2022 Annual General Meeting in Launceston, Tasmania is now available on the website. You can download the report at: 2022 President’s report or from the Governance page at: See screenshot…

Congratulations Alexandra Dellios

Congratulations to our own Alexandra Dellios for recently winning the Community Diversity Award in the Victorian Community History Awards for her book Heritage Making and Migrant Subjects in the Deindustrialising Region of the Latrobe Valley. Published by Cambridge University Press,…

New OHA journal now available

The 2022 issue of Studies in Oral History, the journal of Oral History Australia (OHA), is now available. Issue 44, which can be accessed online, features the special theme ‘Migrant Voices: Community Collaboration and Telling Migration Histories’. It was edited…

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