TOHA’s (virtual) conference was held on September 11-12, 2020 via Zoom. Although it looked different this year, we were able to bring participants quality presentations and programming that highlighted and promoted the use and good practices of oral history research across the state.
This year we were able to engage with attendees from across the state, nation, and world. This year's conference was hosted by Baylor University Institute for Oral History which has served as the host institution for TOHA for 37 years and recently celebrated its 50th year as a program at Baylor University.
We understand that COVID-19 has had an impact on many individual physically and financially. In lieu of a workshop fee, we are accepting “pay as you can” donations to help pay our workshop speaker as well as support the operations of TOHA. Any donation of $15 or more will apply towards a year of TOHA membership. Donations can be mailed directly to TOHA or sent via Venmo. More information and instruction will be given after registering.
Join us for an exclusive documentary screen of Impact : The San Antonio Jewish Oral History Project followed by Q&A by the creators. This award-winning documentary is about the impact Jewish people had on San Antonio over the past century and is based on interviews with the men and women who have made a difference in San Antonio.
This year’s program is made possible in part with a grant from Humanities Texas, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Stay tuned to this page and our Facebook page for more information and updates regarding our conference.