Find a Regional Networker
Looking for help near you?
The Oral History Society has a network of accredited individuals who are experienced in oral history and willing to help. They come from a wide range of backgrounds – community projects, libraries, museums, archives, and academic institutions – so there will always be someone who can help with your specific queries. They will act as a first point of contact for enquiries, give advice, and where appropriate refer you to other appropriate contacts or sources of guidance.
Click on the interactive map to see who represents your area and find out what is going on there.
Network representatives actively encourage and support the development and use of oral history in their locality, and contribute an overview of this to an Annual Report. You can read the annual report for your region on its home page.
Some Networkers will be able to recommend local equipment suppliers, and may even be able to lend equipment. Others will have archival and copying facilities. All represent the Society in their local area and will lend an ear.
Our Regional Network Co-ordinator, Juliana Vandegrift, would be happy to advise you on who to speak to in your area or you can browse the Regional Network pages on this website which lists our members.