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Oral History Western Australia (OHWA) is a volunteer-run, not-for-profit body which offers a range of services to its members including events, training opportunities and equipment hire.

The organisation is a state member of Oral History Australia (OHA) and is dedicated to promoting the ethical practice of oral history, a research methodology widely used in academia, professional historian services, communities and the media.

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2020 AGM report

Thank you to everyone who attended the 2020 Annual General Meeting at the State Library of Western Australia on 8...

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Upcoming events

july 2021

09julAll Day10Moved Online2021 OHS Annual ConferenceOral History and the Media

october 2021

14octAll Day162021 OHA Biennial ConferenceOral History in Troubling Times: Challenges & Opportunities

2021 OHA Biennial Conference

14-16 October 2021

Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

Deadline: Call for Presentations
1 March 2021

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The Call for Presentations for the 2021 Oral History Australia Biennial Conference has been extended to 1 April 2021. This year the conference will be held in Tasmania in October. For more details please follow the link or check out our website.

The Call for Presentations for the 2021 Oral History Australia Biennial Conference has been extended to 1 April 2021. This year the conference will be held in Tasmania in October. For more details please follow the link or check out our website.Thinking about making a presentation to the 2021 Oral History Australia Biennial Conference in Tasmania in October? It's not too late! The Call for Presentations has been extended to 1 April 2021. Find out more: oralhistoryaustralia.org.au/cfp-oha-conference-deadline-extended/ ... See MoreSee Less

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