Oral history connections

Through the exchange of ideas, oral historians gain insight into issues that arise in oral history research and inspiration for doing that research with greater skill and understanding. Through participation in the major professional organizations for oral historians, you will find ways to do oral history with useful and longlasting outcomes.

Texas Oral History Association. Through its newsletter, journal, program meetings, and conferences, TOHA keeps oral historians in the Lone Star State in touch and in tune with the best in oral history practices.

Oral History Association. OHA maintains the standards of professional oral history practice in the U.S. and hosts an annual meeting featuring current research projects from around the world. Its journal, Oral History Review, is an essential cornerstone for professionals and newcomers alike.

H-Oralhist. This online discussion list is the place to find answers to your oral history questions from the world's leading oral historians.

International Oral History Association. The oral history movement is worldwide, and IOHA brings together the diversity of the international community of oral historians in its biennial meetings.

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