Registration is now open for the 2023 OHA Annual Meeting to be held October 18-21 at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor. Learn more about this year’s conference here and register here. See you in Baltimore!
2023 Annual Meeting Scholarship Applications are now open! The OHA scholarship program provides students, professionals, and community practitioners with travel funds so they may attend the annual meeting. OHA offers more than $10,000 in scholarship funds each year. Go to https://oralhistory.org/annual-meeting-scholarships/ for more information.
May 2023 Executive Summary The first purpose of this document is to inform and assist college and university administrators, department chairs, promotion and tenure committees, and/or other employers by: 1) developing an appreciation for the intellectual effort, research, expertise, and time required for conducting successful oral history projects; 2) demonstrating the value and unique work
The Oral History Association invites you to apply to exhibit a research poster related to your oral history project at our 2023 annual meeting in Baltimore! This theme of this year’s meeting is “Oral History As/And Education: Teaching and Learning in the Classroom and Beyond.” As part of the program, we will host a
As OHA gears up for our conference in Baltimore we are pleased to announce that the Annual Call for Awards is OPEN! This year we are accepting applications for the following four categories: Article Award Book Award Mason Multi-Media Award Martha Ross Teaching Award Click this link to read more about each award and fill
As our program committee members review your great submissions for our upcoming 2023 annual meeting in Baltimore, October 18-21, we’d like to extend an invitation to propose additional workshops, meetings, and special events for our time together at the conference. Please use this link to submit your ideas by April 30th.
Today, November 29, is the OHA’s 2022 Day of Giving! This year, funds will go to our new Indigenous Initiative. Our Indigenous Initiative is our commitment to endowing a fund that will promote the success of Indigenous oral historians as well as meaningful, ethical oral history projects within Indigenous communities. Over the next year we
Greetings from the Executive Office. We hope everyone is doing well and has rested up from what was a stellar conference in Los Angeles. It was so nice to see each other and to share our work in person. Since returning to Tennessee, the executive staff has been finishing out the year with the usual
Looking Back, Looking Forward November 2022 Newsletter As I step into the role of Oral History Association president, I find myself both looking back and looking forward. I look back with a profound sense of gratitude for the many people who have not only sustained the OHA through the pandemic years but also kept it
The Oral History Association (OHA) is pleased to announce the first two members of the editorial team for its journal, Oral History Review. We welcome Holly Werner-Thomas as editor and Robert LaRose as copy editor for the new team which start their work on January 1, 2024. Holly and Robert bring impressive experience and expertise
Every fall, around the Annual Meeting, each committee has a meeting that is open to the public to invite interest. This year, the meetings will be a mix of in person at the conference and virtually. Find the 2022 Fall Committee Meeting Schedule here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1u3zkLHSF7Wg1FyG9HJXBMz0ya-b_PAZ1AvVRnv2BgPg/edit?usp=sharing.
OHA’s Committees were each given an opportunity to select sessions to sponsor as part of a track. Please see the program for the full session information. Diversity Committee 001. Amplifying the Voices of Underrepresented Communities Workshop Wednesday, 1:30 to 4:30 pm 019. Queering Oral History Paper Session Thursday, 9:45 to 11:15 am 021. Walking Through