Surge in oral history training in WA

2020 has been a year of contemplation. Filled with troubling times for us all, the uncertainty of living with a pandemic has made us stop and think about our lifestyle and values. Memories of happier times play on our minds. Lack of movement with forced restrictions...

CFP – 2021 OHA conference

Oral History Tasmania and Oral History Australia today released a Call for Presentations for the upcoming OHA Biennial Conference to be held in Launceston, Tasmania from 14-16 October 2021. The conference theme is ‘Oral History in Troubling Times: Challenges and...

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...

NLA – Shelly Grant retiring

The National Library of Australia will next week farewell one of its leading oral history professionals when Shelly Grant retires after more than three decades of public service. Shelly began work at the National Library of Australia (NLA) in 1984 when she took up a...
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