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2017 Conference

‘Work and Leisure’

Connacht Hotel, Galway City

23rd and 24th June 2017

Keynote Address by Don Ritchie
‘Oral Historians at Work (and Play)’
Historian Emeritus of the United States Senate and author of Doing Oral History
For full details of the Keynote Address and information
about Don Ritchie, please click here.


The Oral History Network of Ireland (OHNI) is pleased to announce its 2017 conference on the theme of ‘Work & Leisure’. This two day conference will take place in the Connacht Hotel, Dublin Road, Galway on Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th June.

This year’s theme focuses on the role of work and leisure. Our objective is to bring together individual oral history collectors, local community groups, curators, archivists, academics and policy practitioners to encourage lively discussion across the broad spectrum of oral history. See details below to find out how you can participate!

Our conference programme is now available to download – Programme_Oral Histories of Work & Leisure. The conference Registration Form can be found below.

Panel Presentations:

Conference contributions are welcome in a range of formats. For full details of our Call for Papers and how to submit a proposal to us, please click here.

Workshops:

This year we invite attendees to participate in our three discussion-based workshops. Please note that Workshops A and B will run concurrently on Friday morning, so please select which one you would like to attend. Workshop C will be held on Saturday morning. Spaces are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.

a. Interviewing BasicsPresenter: Sinead Power-Quinn

b. Oral histories of work as a lens on society: where and how to look? – Presenter: Ida Milne

c. The Rewards and Perils of Creating an Oral History Archive – Presenters: Don and Anne Ritchie

Spaces for these workshops are limited, and so reservations will be accepted on a first-come, first served basis.

Fee Waiver Scholarships

This year we will offer two fee waiver scholarship places for our conference. You can apply for one of the places by downloading the form here – Scholarship application form. Completed forms and any applicant queries should be directed to info@oralhistorynetworkireland.ie. The deadline for applications is 5 May.

Hotel Accommodation

The Connacht Hotel are reserving a limited number of rooms for conference delegates at a special conference rate. For full details, please click here. The location of the hotel and a map can be found on their website.

Registration:

Please use the registration form below to register for the conference.

Note that our registration will now close fully on the 16th June. Pricing for the conference is as follows:

Registration Rates:
Full Member – €70
Non-Member – €100
Full Member reduced – €55
Non-Member reduced €70

Cancellation Policy:

Cancelled registrations notified before 26th May 2017 will be fully refunded. Cancelled registrations notified before 9th June 2017 will receive a 50% refund. Thereafter no refunds will be available. Thank you.

OHNI 2017 Conference Registration

Please complete all details below before submitting your registration. Thank you.

Please note that our registration closes fully on the 16th June at 6.00pm.
As Workshops A and B will run concurrently on Friday morning, please select either A or B. Workshop C will be held on Saturday morning. Spaces are strictly limited, so please select option C if you would like to attend.
If you would like to attend the conference dinner on Friday 23 June. at 7:30pm, please tick the box below. The cost is €30 per person for a three course meal, and you can pay in advance via Paypal or by credit card (see below). To reserve a place, we would ask that you book and pay for dinner by Friday 16 June. Attending our Conference Dinner is optional. If you wish to join us, please choose your Conference option and when the Paypal page opens, choose Continue Shopping to then add the dinner to your list.

You can pay for your registration via Paypal or by credit card by clicking on the link below:


Registration Rates




 
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