Oral History Network of Ireland, 2nd Annual Conference Call for papers now open!
Title: Voicing the Past: Oral History and Heritage in Ireland
Date: 28th-29th of September, 2012
Venue: Ennis, County Clare
Aim: To demonstrate the broad range of oral history work that is being carried out by practitioners in Ireland from all walks of life, and to give them an opportunity to discuss their field work. We are particularly interested in Irish-based projects, both north and south, but other themes are welcome.
Each panel of speakers will be selected to reflect the diversity and range of oral history in Ireland, and places are limited. OHNI are committed to providing a forum for as many oral history projects and practitioners as we can during the conference. A limited number of ‘showcase’ spaces for groups or individuals to exhibit their work will also be available in our exhibitions area. All attendees are also invited to register their projects with the network. This register will be available online via our website after the conference.
Please send a short description of proposed papers and / or showcases to Eve Morrison firstname.lastname@example.org no later than the 30 June 2012.
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