This initiative is intended for the researcher who wishes to fast-track their oral history work on a project about the Latina/o/x experience in the U.S.
Digital Justice Fellow, Chesapeake Heartland: An African American Humanities Project
Call for Papers:
Witnessing the Now: Challenges of Emergency Documenting and Archiving in a Comparative Perspective.
Warsaw, 23-25 February, 2023
We are now inviting paper proposals for the international workshop Witnessing the Now: Challenges of Emergency Documenting and Archiving in a Comparative Perspective, that will take place in Warsaw, 23-25 February 2023.
Thanks to a Recordings at Risk grant through the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR), the Oral History Department at the University of Alaska Fairbanks has had 241 historical KUAC (Alaska) radio programs professionally digitized and added to their collection. The radio programs include Chinook, Homefires, I Didn’t Know That, Conversations with Susan McInnis, and Sundays at Noon.
New issue of Oral History Australia journal
The 2022 issue of Studies in Oral History, the journal of Oral History Australia (OHA), is now available online.
Issue 44 features the special theme ‘Migrant Voices: Community Collaboration and Telling Migration Histories’. It was edited by guest editors Maria Savvidis and Alexandra Dellios.
To access the full issue or download separate articles and sections, go to:
The Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience at Washington College invites applications for its full-time residential writing fellowship, which supports outstanding writing on American history a
The Blavatnik Archive Research Fellowships provide up to $2500 a term for outstanding scholars to study and disseminate its primary source materials: 120,000 items in 19th and 20th century Russia and Soviet Union, modern Jewish history, World War I and World War II, antisemitism, the Holocaust, and popular culture (
The Oral History Network of Ireland is pleased to announce that registration is open for our next online workshop, Ethics and Oral History. The workshop is scheduled for Saturday 22 October from 10:00-13:00 Irish time (GMT+1).