Words and Silences/Palabras y Silencios is the Digital Edition Journal of the International Oral History Association. It includes articles from a wide range of disciplines and is a means for the professional community to share projects and current trends of oral history from around the world.
General guidelines for Words and Silences:
Words and Silences’ editorial team is interested in articles related to oral history methodology, practices, theory, and projects. Our goal is to provide a space for oral historians and oral history practitioners to share projects and current trends with the international community.
The journal is published once a year, often focusing on a specific theme. Issues published during a conference year will follow the same theme as the conference theme.
The journal is published under a Creative Commons license, and is registered with the ISSN International Centre. The current iteration of the journal is a digital edition, online ISSN 2222-4181.
The IOHA Council and editorial team believe in the Fair Open Access Principles.
Submissions that follow the editorial and author submission instructions should be emailed to [email protected] with the subject line WORDS AND SILENCES
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