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Recent Content

CFP (Workshop): Deadline approaching (November 13, 2022): Witnessing the Now: Challenges of Emergency Documenting and Archiving in a Comparative Perspective, 23-25 February 2023, Warsaw

Call for Papers:
Witnessing the Now: Challenges of Emergency Documenting and Archiving in a Comparative Perspective.
International workshop.
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.

New Resource Alert!: Newly Digitized Historical KUAC (Alaska) Radio Programs Now Available Online

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.

News from Australia—Journal, Awards, and CPF_Deadline: 25 November 2022

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.

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