Oral History Worker Survey Accepting Responses Through April 17
The Oral History Practitioner Worker-led Survey & Solidarity Project has launched its Oral History Worker Survey, which is collecting responses from all cultural workers who have been engaged in some form of oral history work anytime within the last five years.
Oral history work can include interviewing, transcribing, using oral histories for research or teaching, or developing programs or artwork that engage with oral histories.
The survey is collecting data in order to develop a cross-profession advocacy strategy to support oral history workers in various fields in areas including pay transparency, career growth, accessibility accommodations, and burnout prevention.
The Oral History Worker-led Survey & Solidarity Project is supported by an NEH-funded mini-grant awarded by the Oral History Association.
The survey will close for responses on April 17.
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