National Oral History Conference

by Ian

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Are you coming to the Oral History Association of Australia Conference?

This years theme is Communities of Memory as seen but the some of the topics to be considered.

      • Memory and Catastrophe
      • Memory Work for Human Rights
      • Indigenous Memory Place
      • Community, Memory
      • Communities of Identity
      • Contested Communities
      • Communities of Gender and Sexuality
      • Migrants and Refugees
      • Communities of Work or Leisure
      • Activist Communities
      • War Memories
      • Generational Communities
      • Theories of Collective and Community Memory
      • New Approaches to Recording Lives
      • New Technologies for Documenting Memory and History
      • Memory Work in Creative and Fictional Writing
      • Ethical Issues in Memory Work
      • Training Community Oral Historians

More information is available at the organisers site.

Along with a range of speakers will be Helen Klaebe who we heard from on a recent episode on, Saying Sorry in the 21st Century: Public Apologies in a Digital World.

If you intend to be at the national oral history conference at the State Library of Victoria, over the week-end of Friday 7 to Sunday 9 October come and say hello, I love to meet you.

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