Oral History Conference
FREE Presentations and Live Q&A Sessions
PLUS: Workshops on Doing Oral Histories
The Michigan Oral History Association’s 2021 Conference and Workshops will be held October 9-16.
FREE variety of recorded presentations beginning October 9, include:
- The Settlement and Integration of Latinos in Michigan
- The Detroit/Southern Michigan Punk Scene
- The PBB Crisis in Michigan
- Hockey in the U.P.
- Capturing Unheard Voices
- And more!
On October 15th and 16th, live (Zoom participation) Q&A sessions will be open free to the public.
In addition, active and new members of MOHA will have access to helpful conference workshops (and a copy of the MOHA’s Guide to Doing Oral History) that provide foundational knowledge for new practitioners, feature panel discussions of key topics in the field, and include consultations.
Presentations will be uploaded as MP4s on October 9th and made available asynchronously via the MOHA website. Zoom links to Q&A sessions will be available with registration. Sessions will coordinate with the national Oral History Association (OHA) conference.
Watch for notices to MOHA members and the MOHA website: https://michiganoha.org/ for session descriptions, schedule, and registration information.