Conference 2022 In Person Ticket
Conference fee includes: all conference sessions, conference abstracts, lunch & daytime refreshments on both days, and a wine reception. It does not include the conference dinner which must be pre-booked separately.
Accomodation: There is no accommodation available at London Metropolitan University, but there are a wide range of accommodation options available nearby. London Met have suggested the following local options: Travelodge, Premier Inn and AirBnb.
Conference Dinner: Group dinner bookings have been made for delegates at two local restaurants: Radici Italian Trattoria Islington and La Petite Auberge Bistro. Conference dinner places will be allocated on a first come first served basis and pre-booking is essential. Please indicate if you would like to reserve a dinner place on the booking form. (Payment for the dinner will be processed separately at the end of June)
Payment: There are two methods of payment. You can pay online via PayPal, debit or credit card or you can make an offline payment where an invoice will be sent to your organisation. Please select the appropriate option in the booking form.
Bursary fund donation: this year we are inviting delegates to support the provision of bursary support to individuals who may not otherwise be able to attend the conference. You can add a bursary donation to your ticket on the booking form. If you wish to donate a different way, please contact email@example.com
Standard conference fee: £160
OHS Member conference fee: £120
Concessionary Fee for Pensioners and the Unwaged: £120
Self-Funded Students Fee: £80
By joining the Oral History Society today, you will benefit from a reduced conference attendance as well as membership. For more information and to join the Oral History Society, please visit http://www.ohs.org.uk/about/joinsubscribe/.
Friday 8th July
- 9.30 - 9.35
- 9.35 - 10.25
- Plenary - 'Home and belonging for British South Asians' Kavita Puri.
- This keynote looks at the inter-generational oral history gathered over the past decade to explore the complex idea of home and belonging for British South Asians and discusses the role of journalism in collecting oral history.
- 10.25 - 10.40
- 10.40 - 11.55
- Section 1: Parallel Session
- 12.00 - 13.10
- Section 2: Group/Roundtable/Open Sessions
- 13.10 - 14.05
- 14.05 - 15.20
- Section 3: Parallel Session
- 15.25 - 16.30
- Section 4: Group/Rountable/Open Session
- 16.30 - 16.45
- 16.45 - 18.00
- Parallel Session
- 18.30 - 19.30
- Wine Reception
- Conference Meal
- Group dinner bookings have been made for delegates at two local restaurants: Radici Italian Trattoria Islington and La Petite Auberge Bistro
Saturday 9th July
- 9.15 - 10.10
- Plenary – ‘When Home is a Hostile Environment: Voices of the Windrush Generation and their Descendants’: Juanita Cox.
- Drawing upon oral history recordings, this paper will explore the impact of Britain’s changing nationality and immigration legislation on members of the ‘Windrush Generation’ and their descendants. It will also look at how activists have striven to make ‘home’ a less hostile environment for the ‘Windrush’ community and for themselves.
- 10.15 - 11.30
- Section 6: Parallel Session
- 11.30 - 11.45
- 11.45 - 13.00
- Section 7: Parallel Session
- 13.00 - 14.10
- Lunch & OHS Annual General Meeting
- 14.10 - 15.25
- Section 8: Parallel Session
- 15.25 - 15.35