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2015 Workshops

Wednesday Workshops (full descriptions and workshop leader bios are included below the listing) Introduction to Oral History 8:00AM-NOON Workshop Leaders: Troy Reeves, University of Wisconsin, Madison Jennifer A. Cramer, Louisiana State University Share the Wealth: Bringing Oral History to the Public 8:30AM-NOON Workshop Leaders: Jaycie Vos, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Malinda Maynor […]

Annual Awards

The following awards are given annually.  Award recipients will be announced at the annual meeting in October. Jump directly to award: Article Award Elizabeth B. Mason Project Award Book Award Oral History in Nonprint Format Article Award In 1993, the Oral History Association established an honorific award to recognize a published article or essay that […]

Bibliography: Human Subjects and Institutional Review Boards

I. REGULATIONS, POLICIES, GUIDELINES, AND REPORTS II. COMMENTARY AND CRITICISM I. REGULATIONS, POLICIES, GUIDELINES, AND REPORTS Citro, Constance F., Daniel R. Ilgen, and Cara B. Marrett, eds. Protecting Participants and Facilitating Social and Behavioral Research. Washington, D.C: National Academies Press, 2003. Available at http://www.nap.edu/books/0309088526/html Chapter 3 provides a good history of human subjects regulation, with particular attention […]

Constitution and Bylaws

CONSTITUTION (as amended 2012) NAME The name of the organization shall be the Oral History Association. The Association is incorporated as a nonprofit organization under the laws of the state of New York. OBJECTIVES The Oral History Association is a professional organization established to: -provide a means for effective cooperation among persons concerned with the […]