If you are interested in working with oral history, you should join the only organisation in Britain and Northern Ireland that supports and debates such activities.
As a member of the Oral History Society you will be:
- Joining a community of oral historians that are active locally and nationally
- Entitled to take part at a reduced rate in a series of highly-rated training programmes
- Able to learn and share experiences of best practice in oral history via our online discussion groups
- Able to engage with current thinking about oral history
- Invited to participate in lively conferences and seminars at discounted rates
- Encouraged to engage with the development of oral history through the journal Oral History – free to members
- Gain online access to back issues of Oral History
- Through all these and other activities informing and shaping the future of oral history
I’d always asked people questions. Then in 1974 I discovered that there was a discipline, a society and a journal called Oral History for people like me. So this was my community! I’ve loved being part of it for 40+ years. It’s been crucial in helping my books and exhibitions emerge.
The Oral History Society has been a catalyst in my personal and professional development. The journal has provided support, advice and inspiration in equal measure. I await each edition of the journal and read it closely to not only understand the sector, but also appreciate the community that the Oral History Society has created.