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2014 Conference

 

Making Connections: Oral History and Community
12 – 13th September 2014, Kilkenny City

 

The Oral History Network of Ireland is pleased to announce its 2014 Conference on the theme ‘Making Connections: Oral History and Community’. This two day conference will take place on Friday and Saturday, 12th – 13th September 2014 at the historic venue of Butler House in Kilkenny City.

As with our previous conferences we aim to bring together individual oral history collectors, local community groups, curators, archivists, academics and policy practitioners to ensure a range of lively debate and discussion across the broad oral history spectrum.

Continuing our tradition of inviting keynote speakers of international renown, we are delighted to welcome Dr. Rob Perks, Lead Curator of Oral History in the British Library and Secretary of the Oral History Society in the UK to this year’s conference. The conference theme focuses on the connections between oral history and communities.

You can now register for our conference by entering your details below. All payments can be made through Paypal.

For further information or queries please contact us through info@oralhistorynetworkireland.ie

Our Registration Rates are as follows:

Full Rates

Conference & Membership (to December 2015)                                    – €70.00

Conference Only                                                                                                    – €50.00

Reduced Rates (for Students / Unwaged / Seniors & Current OHNI Members)

Conference & Membership (to December 2015)                                    – €50.00

Conference Only                                                                                                    – €35.00


Registration Rates



Conference Dinner (optional) – €30.00

Our Conference Dinner, which is optional, will be held in the Kilkenny Design Centre on Friday, 12th September.  If you wish to attend, please choose your Conference option and when the Paypal page opens, choose Continue Shopping to then add the Dinner to your list.

 

 
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