Texas Oral History Association

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Texas Oral History Association

 TOHA is a network for oral history practitioners that promotes the use of professional interviewing and archiving standards. Explore our site to discover who we are and what we do. We invite you to join us in our adventure to better understand both the present and the past through recording the voices of eyewitnesses to history. TOHA, an affiliate of the Oral History Association, is hosted by the Baylor University Institute for Oral History.

Listen, Lunch & Learn with Dr. Betsy Brody - April 17

Join us for our next installment of TOHA’s “Listen, Lunch, and Learn” series featuring a presentation from Dr. Betsy Brody, Professor of Political Science at Collin College, who created the “Becoming Texans, Becoming Americans” Oral History Project documenting the arrival, settlement, and integration of Vietnamese refugees in North Texas following the fall of Saigon in 1975.

Register below - a Zoom link will be sent prior to the event.


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Sound Historian

Sound Historian represents TOHA's commitment to excellence in the practice of oral history research. First published in 1993, the journal is an annual publication highlighting exemplary oral history research in multidisciplinary topics. Sound Historian is free to TOHA members and is also available for individual purchase. Institutions may establish standing order subscriptions for the journal.

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Texas Oral History Locator Database

The Texas Oral History Locator Database, or TOLD, utilizes survey data provided by collection managers across the State of Texas to identify as many oral history collections as possible. Learn more and complete our Phase 1 survey here.

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