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TOHA will hold its third annual conference on Saturday, April 5, 2014, on the campus of Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches.
The SFA Department of History and the East Texas Historical Association are our hosts for the day. Opening and closing sessions will be in the Vera Dugas Building, first floor, and all paper sessions and breaks will be next door on the fourth floor of the Ferguson Building, accessible by a third-floor skywalk from Vera Dugas.
The conference starts in Vera Dugas LAN 142 at 8:15 a.m. with registration and networking. No pre-registration is required and there is no registration fee for the conference. When you arrive, come check in and receive a nametag, program, and evaluation form before 8:30 a.m., when SFA and TOHA representatives will give the opening welcome. During the welcome, TOHA will present its Kenneth E. Hendrickson Jr. Award for the best article in Volume 15 of Sound Historian: Journal of the Texas Oral History Association.
AWARD LUNCHEON: A highlight of this year's conference is the on-campus luncheon during which TOHA will present its Thomas L. Charlton Lifetime Achievement Award to Lois E. Myers, associate director of the Baylor University Institute for Oral History and longtime TOHA secretary-treasurer. All conference participants are invited but reservations are required by March 28. See the box to the right for instructions on making your reservations.
You do not have to be a TOHA member to attend or present at the conference but membership information will be available. TOHA welcomes you to join our organization at an annual rate of only $15.00/year or $5.00/year for students. Membership includes our annual journal and membership directory, as well as updates and announcements throughout the year. Membership also opens the door to leadership opportunities in the field of oral history through participation on our board of directors.
See you in April in beautiful Nacogdoches!
To ask questions, e-mail TOHA.