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Behind the Scenes at OHR: The Book Review

In the fourth installment of our series exploring behind the scenes at OHR, book review editor Nancy MacKay talks about the ins and outs of writing a review for the journal. We always are looking for smart readers like you to take on a book or media project to review! By Nancy MacKay The equation is […]

Behind the Scenes at OHR: The Reviewer

In the third installment of our series exploring behind the scenes at OHR, book review editor Nancy MacKay talks about what it takes to be a reviewer for the journal, along with the rewards of doing so. We always are looking for smart readers like you to take on a book or media project to review.  […]

A few reasons we are thankful

Following  in the large footsteps of our OHR editorial team predecessors, we at the blog are offering a timely reflection on some of the (oral history related) things for which we are grateful.  From Janneken, digital editor: I’m thankful that the new OHR editorial team has nearly (knock on wood) survived its first year at […]

The Oral History Review Seeks a Copy- and Production Editor

The Oral History Review seeks sensitive, smart, and experienced editor, who likes grammar and long walks on the beach. The Oral History Review, the official journal of the Oral History Association, is accepting applications for an open position on the editorial team, the Copy- and Production Editor. The successful applicant will join OHR’s five-member editorial team […]

International Oral History Association in Finland June 2018: Memory and Narration

The Oral History Review‘s very own Editor-in-Chief, David Caruso reflects on his recent trip to Finland to attend the International Oral History Association’s biennial congress and the discussions of complicated oral historian/narrator relationships and subsequent ethical considerations. By David Caruso Situated roughly four hours northeast of Helsinki by train, Jyväskylä is a vibrant city in […]

New Issue Live!

We’re pleased to announce that the digital version of Winter/Spring 2018 OHR is live, featuring the Special Section, “Decentering and Decolonizing Feminist Oral Histories: Reflections on the State of the Field in the Early Twenty-First Century,” organized by guest editors Stacey Zembrzycki and Katrina Srigley, along with a slate of other articles and reviews. Check out […]

Help us brainstorm

As we at the Oral History Review continue to expand our online initiatives, we’d like to hear from you about how we can best use this blog platform. Do you have ideas for posts relevant to the oral history community and discipline? Who should we talk to? Do you want to guest post for us? […]

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