The Purpose of the organization is to provide a vehicle for communication among persons, programs, and institutions using oral testimony; to encourage cooperation among its members; to promote standards among oral historians, to foster an understanding of and use of oral history; to provide guidance to projects; to create educational programs and resources; to aid in securing financial funding for members' projects.
Caryll, Joyce, Marcie, and Tensia
|Caryll Dziedziak, SOHA President|
Greetings to our members and a warm welcome to new members!
ORGANIZE! ORGANIZE! ORGANIZE! No, we are not forming a new social movement. It’s much more basic than that! Over the past year, we have been very busy organizing years of SOHA files, cleaning up our Membership Directory, expanding the scope of our newsletters, updating our website, and increasing our intra-organizational communication. And a big “thanks” for much of this work goes to our new Graduate Assistant, Stefani Evans. So, as we approach the close of 2014, the SOHA Board feels as though we’ve finally tidied up our “cluttered desk!”
2015 SOUTHWEST ORAL HISTORY ASSOCIATION (SOHA)
ANNUAL CONFERENCE MARCH 19-21, 2015
It Takes a Village: Building Community through Oral History
Del Mar, California
The Call for Papers is now Closed
Happy SOHA 2015 conference planners!
Our Institutional Home
Pleased direct all SOHA correspondence to:
Southwest Oral History Association
University of Nevada Las Vegas
4505 S. Maryland Parkway Box 455020
Las Vegas, Nevada 89154-5020
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The Southwest Oral History Association is pleased to announce the SOHA Oral History Educator Awards. These annual awards will honor the individuals and/or projects in the states of Arizona, California, Nevada and New Mexico that best represent the exemplary use of oral history as an educational methodology at elementary and secondary levels.