Members’ Contributions

NOHANZ website welcomes material contributed by members

How to choose Oral History recording equipment – a list compiled by Stephen Buckland of Sound Techniques, Auckland and presented at a Technical Workshop in Wellington on 30 October 2009

Following the 2008 IOHA conference in Mexico Lesley Hall has contributed the following paper with permission of the authors Juan J. Gutiérrez and María Valladares from California State University, Monterey Bay “Introduction to Video Editing for Oral Historians” here

Hints on using lapel mics from Matt Livingstone and Stephen Buckland of Sound Techniques in Auckland here

Undertaking paid oral history work – points to consider – contributed by Pip Oldham with thanks to those who supplied comments and suggestions here

Museum Workshop – a Museum Services Directory for workers, contractors and consultants in New Zealand museums and associated institutions. Described as a “place to bring your skills to the attention of mbloguseums seeking to engage museum professionals.” There is a listing for Oral History Services.

Projects involving NOHANZ Members

Books based on oral history by NOHANZ committee members:

Cheryl Ware, HIV survivors in Sydney: Memories of the epidemicPalgrave Macmillan, 2019

Ruth Low, Shearers: New Zealand legendsPenguin, 2019

Listen to oral historian Paul Diamond talking about some of the techniques he uses to record oral histories here

National Oral History Association of New Zealand
Te Kete Kōrero-a-Waha o Te Motu

Oral history in the history of computing

NOHANZ member Janet Toland, School of Information Management, Victoria University of Wellington attended Command Lines: Software, Power and Performance, at the Computer History Museum in California in March. She reports on a panel discussion about the use of oral history in the wider history of computing. ..more..


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Of Interest

Kim Workman Julia Amua Whaipooti audio.mp3

Julie Benjamin, National radio. 1949 Ranfurly Shield challenge

Dr Indira Chowdhury’s blog

Making Montreal Home after the Holocaust