2023 International Oral History Conference
The School of Social Sciences of Fundação Getulio Vargas is pleased to host the 2023 International Oral History Conference in Rio de Janeiro.
Dates and call for papers are announced in the website.
About the 2023 Conference
In July 2023, the School of Social Sciences of the Getulio Vargas Foundation, the Center for Research and Documentation of Contemporary Brazilian History (FGV CPDOC), will host the International Oral History Association’s 22nd Conference, with the general theme “Oral History in a Digital and Audiovisual World.”
Visit the IOHA 2023 Conference website to learn more.
IMPORTANT: Call for Papers for the 2023 IOHA Conference: Submissions will be open from August 1 to
November 1, December 1, 2022. Check Conference Website, Submissions tab for more information.
Grant Application Form IOHA 2023
IMPORTANT: Deadline for submission is 30 December 2022
For each international conference the IOHA is able to provide small grants for a limited number of participants. The IOHA Conference/Master Class Scholarship Fund aims to bring together international oral history scholars from inside and outside the academic realm, to continue building a unique global platform for professional exchange and comparative oral history inquiry.
IOHA Conference/Masterclass Grants take the form of financial support for travel costs, master classes fees or conference fees. The grant is a supplement; applicants are advised to start looking for funds from other sources as soon as they determine their intention to participate.
Awards & Scholarships
IOHA introduced the biennial IOHA awards in 2021, with the inaugural winners announced at the XXI IOHA Conference. The awards are open to oral historians working in any field, across community, academia, or media professions.
The next submission will open soon and winners announced at the XXII IOHA Conference in Rio De Janeiro. Watch this space for more information.
The XXI IOHA Conference:
Harmony and Disharmony: Bringing Together Many Voices
Singapore, 22–26 Jun 2020
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