Oral History in New Zealand is an annual publication of the National Oral History Association of New Zealand Te Kete Kōrero-a-Waha o te Motu (NOHANZ). Print copies of the journal are distributed to members of NOHANZ. In future each edition of the journal will be available on the NOHANZ website six months after the print publication, and past editions will be added progressively.
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The Editors, Megan Hutching, Pip Oldham and Perrine Gilkison (Books Editor) welcome contributions, whether articles for anonymous peer review, reports of projects, reviews of books, documentaries and exhibitions, and reports from conferences and meetings. Contributions are eligible for consideration for the biennial NOHANZ Prize in Oral History ($1000).
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