• Oral History Association of South Africa

    Oral History
    Association of South Africa

    First and foremost, OHASA is a product of the post-1994 political transformation and a baby of the Department of Arts and Culture. The seed that brought about the birth of OHASA was planted in 1999 when the then Department of Arts, Culture, Science and Technology (DACST) was mandated by Cabinet to conceptualise and spearhead the National Oral History Programme (NOHP) for South Africa.

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Coffee Table

Coffee Table

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Call for Papers

Call for Papers

18th National Oral History Conference, Free State Province, 13-15 October 2021. Download Call for papers here
Membership Fees
Delegate Registration 2021
Fees 2021

Fees 2021

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Membership

Membership

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SOUTH AFRICAN RESEARCH CHAIR IN ‘LOCAL HISTORIES AND PRESENT REALITIES’

History Workshop

Applications are invited for Honours, Masters and PhD scholarships and one postdoctoral fellowship in the research programme ‘Local Histories and Present Realities’. The programme is funded through the NRF South African Research Chairs Initiative, awarded to Professor Noor Nieftagodien in 2012.

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Honours, Masters, PhD and Postdoctoral Fellowships info

Researcher position

Honours, Masters, PhD and Postdoctoral Fellowships 2019