News

Interim Closure Beginning March 16, 2020

News:  Following the guidance of the University of Winnipeg, Government of Manitoba, and Public Health Agency of Canada in response to COVID-19, the Oral History Centre will be closed to the public beginning March 16, 2020. During this closure, we will suspend all...

Call for Applications: Abe and Bertha Oral History Grant

News:  The Oral History Centre is now accepting applications for the  2020 Abe and Bertha Arnold Oral History Grant. Interested applicants can find the application criteria below. Download the application form here.Application Criteria Download .pdf Purpose: To...

Welcome to the New OHC Website!

News:  What’s new? In a word: everything. While we’ve integrated most of the content from our old site, it has all been repackaged and rearranged so that the site is easier to navigate and delivers a better user experience. In addition to improving the general layout...

Winter Break

NewsThe Oral History Centre will be closed beginning December 23rd for winter break. We will re-open on Monday January 6th, 2020.  We wish you the best for the holiday season.  facebooktwitteryoutube

Looking Forward

NewsWith the appointment Brett Lougheed as the Director of the Oral History Centre in April, 2019 (annouced March 26, 2019) the Oral History Centre now falls under the purview of the University of Winnipeg’s Library. This means great things for us, and for you! With a...

Abe and Bertha Arnold Grant Awarded

News:  The Oral History Centre is pleased to announce the recipient of the 2019 Abe and Bertha Arnold Grant – a start-up grant for a community researcher or community group with limited access to funding to do an oral history project.  This year’s recipient, Jase...

Call for Applicants: Abe and Bertha Arnold Grant

News:  The Oral History Centre is now accepting applications for the Abe and Bertha Arnold Oral History Grant. The Abe and Bertha Arnold Grant is a start-up grant for a community researcher or community group that wants to do an oral history project but has no access...

Manitoba Food History Project

News:  The Manitoba Food History Project is a SSHRC-funded oral history project based out of the University of Winnipeg in collaboration with the Oral History Centre. The goal of the project is to produce a comprehensive history of food manufacturing, production,...

The OHC Joins the Sustainable Heritage Network

News:  The University of Winnipeg Oral History Centre is now part of the Sustainable Heritage Network, a network of individuals, communities, and institutions who work together to provide each other with digital tools and preservation assistance. Based out of...