21 September 2019 Sharing Oral Histories: The why and the how?

2019-09-21 09:30 - 13:30

 

NOHANZ Workshop
Saturday 21 September, 9.30am-1.30pm (with lunch)
Atrium Building (AT3.49 & 3.50) Massey University,
Albany

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Learn how to share your oral histories by publishing journal articles and creating podcasts.
The event will begin with a discussion about attendees’ oral history projects. This will be a great
opportunity to learn about the vast range of oral histories underway in Aotearoa. It will also provide
an important space to share your projects and workshop ideas with fellow oral historians in a friendly
and supportive environment.
This will be followed, after morning tea, by two consecutive workshops and lunch.
Workshop One: Writing a journal article
You will hear from oral historians and authors Megan Hutching and Janine Irvine.
The workshop will cover:
• Insights about the significance of publishing
• How to write a journal article
• Getting your work published
• Key advice on publishing in Oral History in New Zealand
Workshop Two: Introduction to podcasting
Hosted by Sue Berman, oral historian at Auckland Libraries.
The workshop will cover:
• Conducting interviews for podcasts
• Turning your oral histories into podcasts
• Technological advice
We ask for a $5 koha towards catering.
Please RSVP to infonohanz@oralhistory.org.nz
Are you interested in sharing your work?
We are also looking for 3-4 people to speak about their projects for five minutes each. A projector
and speakers will be available for you to share sound clips. Please contact
infonohanz@oralhistory.org.nz.
All Welcome!

NOHANZ Workshop
Saturday 21 September, 9.30am-1.30pm (with lunch)
Atrium Building (AT3.49 & 3.50) Massey University,
Albany

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