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					                 ORAL HISTORY ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA



                                W.A. BRANCH (Inc.)



                   BRANCH CONFERENCE AND WORKSHOPS
                        Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th July 2008
              with Introductory and Master Workshops Monday 21st July




               ORAL HISTORIES : REVEALING HIDDEN HISTORIES




                           Notre Dame University Campus
                                     Broome,
                                 Western Australia




                       Welcome Cocktail Party Friday 18th July
                         Hosted by Broome Shire Council

This conference is proudly sponsored by the University of Notre Dame Australia, Broome
              Campus, Shire of Broome and the Broome Historical Society




                                                  Broome Historical
                                                       Society
Provisional program

8:00-8:45    Registration
8:45         Welcome and open conference
9:00         Local Keynote Presentation
             ‘Looking Back on Moola Bulla’. Oral history interview by Steven Kinnane
             with Professor Geoffrey Bolton and senior Kimberley men and women
             about Moola Bulla and the Kimberley in the 1950s
10:00        Visiting Keynote address Professor Anna Haebich
             Rewinding the past: observations on performance in spoken histories
10:45        Morning Tea
11:15        Panel : Beneath the surface of Oral Histories

             A/Professor Lenore Layman, ‘Affirmation and Reticence:
             dominant/commanding and marginalised memories among former power
             station workers’
             Dr Criena Fitzgerald, ‘Crushed to death on the Sons of Gwalia – memories
             of the skip accident of 1951’
12:30        Lunch
1:30         Lyn Henderson Yates ‘Hidden from View: Too pale to be noticed’
2:15         Deborah Ruiz Wall OAM, ‘Storytelling as a pedagogy for reconciliation’
3:00         Afternoon Tea
3:30         Jennie Buchanan and Dr Dave Palmer ‘Stories about community work in
             Western Australia: voice, video and the web’
4:15         Adjunct Professor Bill Bunbury ‘More than background noise: Context
             Sound in Oral Histories’
5:00         Close
               Book Launch Anna Haebich Spinning the Dream, Fremantle Art Centre
                                              Press, 2008

                                        DAY 2
8:00-8:45    Registration
8:45         Welcome to Day 2
9:00         Mrs Eileen Roe and Dr Elaine Rabbitt, ‘Moving Back to Country; A History
                 of Indigenous Outstations in the Kullari (Broome) Area’
9:45         Emeritus Professor Valda Blundell Provisional Title ‘Oral history and
             ethnography: Keeping the Wanjinas Fresh’
10:30        Morning Tea
11:00        Panel: From the voice to the page

             Pat Lowe ‘Writing the Unwritable’
             Wendy Albert ‘Mixed Expectations – Readers & Writers of Oral History’
             Edie Wright From voice to the page in ‘Full Circle: From Mission to
                 Community a Family Story’
12:30        Lunch
1:30         Panel: Managing oral history collections: For everyone to hear for ever?
             State Library of Western Australia
            Kimberley Language Resource Centre (Provisional)
            Kimberley Land Council Archivist (Provisional)
3:00        Afternoon Tea
At Broome   Henri van Noordenburg, Telling Stories through photographs (Provisional)
Museum
3:45
At Broome   Sarah Yu ‘Opening the Broome Common Gate: The challenges of
Museum          representing oral histories in visual form’
4:15
5:00        Close

				
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