Oral history conference/workshop

The Oral History in the Mid-Atlantic Region (OHMAR) 2019 Annual Conference will take place April 18-19, 2019 at Monmouth University. This year's theme is "Access and Inclusion in Oral History." In addition to traditional panel presentations, the conference includes two workshops: Intro to Oral History, aimed at beginners, and another on Podcasting and Oral History.

Voces Oral History Research Summer Institute

The Voces Oral History Research Summer Institute is a 5-day workshop (June 10-14) for faculty and graduate students wishing to use oral history in research.

This institute at the University of Texas in Austin will be helpful to the beginner, intermediate, and advanced scholar. Instructors include scholars who have created their own oral history projects, have published widely using oral history, and are leaders in oral history publishing and teaching.

International PhD Scholarship in Historical Studies/Oral History: "Australian Fathers and Broken Families"

Colleagues, I would be grateful if you could circulate information about this PhD scholarship – open to both domestic (Australian) and international applicants – to anyone you think might be interested, and to any networks that might reach potential applicants.

PhD Scholarship (international) in Historical Studies / Oral History: ‘Australian Fathers and Broken Families’

Colleagues, I would be grateful if you could circulate information about this PhD scholarship – open to both domestic (Australian) and international applicants – to anyone you think might be interested, and to any networks that might reach potential applicants.

Transcription Service with Experience on Sexual Health, Identity Issues

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Capturing the Spoken Word: Oral History Workshop at Cal State Fullerton

Capturing the Spoken Word is an introductory oral history workshop, hosted by The Lawrence de Graaf Center for Oral and Public History at California State University, Fullerton.

Speaker(s): Dr. Cora Granata

February 23, 2019
10:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. 

CSU Fullerton Main Campus
Pollak Library South -- Room 360

Cost: FREE (with optional lunch for $12)

Additional information will be provided with your confirmation.

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Trans Oral History -- Application Due 31 March 2019

The LGBTQ Oral History Digital Collaboratory (University of Toronto, ON), in collaboration with The Transgender Archives at the University of Victoria (Victoria, BC) will award one six-month postdoctoral fellowship. The fellowship is to be taken up, and concluded, between 1 June 2019 and 30 March 2020 (exact starting and ending dates to be negotiated within this time frame).

Spring 2019 Workshops from the Vermont Folklife Center

2019 Spring Cultural Sustainability Institute Workshops from the Vermont Folklife Center

Workshops held in Burlington, VT (in partnership with Generator Makerspace); Middlebury, VT; and White River Junction, VT (in partnership with the Center for Cartoon Studies and Northern Stage).

Tuition: $95/$55 students

Oral History Australia 2019 Conference

Please note that the deadline for submissions to present at our biennial Oral History Australia conference (in Brisbane, 10-13 October 2019) is 1 March 2019. You can find the call for presentations here: www.oralhistoryaustralia.org.au/2019-conference-cfp.html. In keeping with 2019 as the Year of Indigenous Languages, a keynote plenary panel will focus on Oral History, Oral Tradition, and Indigenous History (with invited speakers from across Australia and overseas).

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