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IOHA International Oral History Conference

The International Oral History Association (IOHA) is a professional association established to provide a forum for oral historians around the world, and a means for cooperation among those concerned with the documentation of human experience.

IOHA was formally constituted in June 1996 at the IXth International Oral History Conference in Göteborg, Sweden. Through international conferences, collaborative networks, and support for national oral history organizations, IOHA seeks to foster a better understanding of the democratic nature and value of oral history worldwide.

The Association meets every two years in a different region or continent for the International Oral History Conference. The School of Social Sciences of Fundação Getulio Vargas is pleased to host the 2023 International Oral History Conference in Rio de Janeiro.

For information on IOHA and previous conferences, visit https://www.ioha.org/

  • XXII IOHA International Conference - Oral History in a Digital and Audiovisual World

    25 de July de 2023 – 28 de July de 2023

    In July 2023, the School of Social Sciences of the Getulio Vargas Foundation, the Center for Research and Documentation of Contemporary Brazilian History (FGV CPDOC), will host the International Oral History Association’s 22nd Conference, with the general theme “Oral History in a Digital and Audiovisual World.”

    Twenty-five years after hosting the 10th International Oral History Conference, in June 1998 in Rio de Janeiro, FGV CPDOC once again hosts the world’s most important meeting of the Oral History community. If back in 1998, a context during which a South American country held the event for the first time, a number of concerns specific to the turn of the millennium were posed to congress participants, we can ask: what about oral history in the present time?

    Updating this question more than ten years later, we realize that digital and audiovisual technologies impact and permeate oral history debates around the world. The use of video capture in interviews, documentary production and the potentialities of the digital and the challenges regarding its preservation are some of the concerns we have noticed in conferences and recent oral history projects. Still, the use of digital technologies and videoconference tools in the production of interviews has been employed, with parsimony, since the 2010s.

    Yet, the changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and the intense displacement flows of people, information, and goods which it caused affected humanity on a planetary scale. They also posed more decisive and unavoidable challenges to globalized society from the point of view of sociability, communication, and human coexistence. The theory and practice of Oral History did not emerge unscathed from the impact of these global transformations. In turn, the constraints imposed by social isolation and the restriction of circulation across territories rushed a series of technological trends that were already in progress, such as the intensification of the use of computer devices, the digitization of knowledge, and the omnipresence of images in social life.

    Considering the contemporary issues faced by the world, the 22nd IOHA Conference proposes to reflect on ways to research oral history considering the digital and imagery challenges arising in the early 2020s. Do technology interfaces and mediations dispense physical contact? How are interpersonal and intersubjective relationships between interviewer and interviewee established in the presence of new technological resources? To what extent do computational and film resources impact the methodology of the sound and audiovisual recordings of a given testimony? Will this cause the asymmetries in access to technical-scientific goods between practitioners of Oral History in the North and Global South to become even more pronounced?

    FGV CPDOC invites all to participate and join forces in this collective reflection. In accordance with IOHA guidelines, this will be a bilingual, English–Spanish event.

  • 7 de November de 2022 – 8 de November de 2022
  • 16 de November de 2021 – 17 de November de 2021
  • 23 de November de 2020 – 24 de November de 2020
  • 26 de November de 2019 – 28 de November de 2019
  • 5 de December de 2018 – 6 de December de 2018

13th Latin American Retail and Consumption Conference: Building purpose through stakeholders in retailing

CLAV 2020

 

The Latin American Retail and Consumption Conference (CLAV) integrates the academic approach to the professional relevance, articulating the process of research and dissemination of knowledge in retailing. Participants have access to the most renowned scholars and practitioners, which builds bridges between retail market and academic excellence. We encourage students and scholars to submit their best efforts on academic, executive and working papers, as well as submissions of doctoral dissertations, undergraduate papers and teaching cases.

 

"After COVID-19: Building Purpose through Stakeholders in Retailing"

 

  • CLAV 2021

  • 29 de October de 2020 – 30 de October de 2020

    The Latin American Retail and Consumption Conference (CLAV) integrates the academic approach to the professional relevance, articulating the process of research and dissemination of knowledge in retailing. Participants have access to the most renowned scholars and practitioners, which builds bridges between retail market and academic excellence. We encourage students and scholars to submit their best efforts on academic, executive and working papers, as well as submissions of doctoral dissertations, undergraduate papers and teaching cases.

  • CLAV 2019

    24 de October de 2019 – 25 de October de 2019

    The Latin American Retail Conference (CLAV) integrates the academic approach to the professional relevance, articulating the process of research and dissemination of knowledge in retailing. Participants have access to the most renowned scholars and practitioners, which builds bridges between retail market and academic excellence. We encourage students and scholars to submit their best efforts on academic, executive and working papers, as well as submissions of doctoral dissertations, undergraduate papers and teaching cases.

    Theme: "Digital Transformation in Retailing"


    The technological evolution of recent years has allowed several retail business opportunities to emerge that go beyond simply focusing on a single technology or strategy. Digital transformation in the retail industry is about the trend of creating innovative business models that redefine the traditional limits of retail by removing barriers between the physical and virtual world.

     

    The changes of the consumer journey and the omnichannel approach highlight the need for a closer look at these transformations. Currently, consumers might browse, search, and shop anytime, anywhere, sharing insights and experiences about services and products on social medias, shaping the perception of other consumers about brands. These new behaviors require a radical change in the way the retailer uses digital technology to innovate and deliver value. This transformation, which includes artificial intelligence, mobile, virtual reality, etc., has the challenge of integrating systems that include providers, channels, customers, employees and other retailers. All of this must be analyzed in a comprehensive way about the retail business, with a critical view of what customers and society really expect and desire.

    In 2019, the 12th CLAV discusses the new opportunities and business models that emerge with retail digital transformation and the role of retailers in managing these changes.

     

    TARGET
    CLAV welcomes researchers, professors, undergraduate and graduate students, interested or involved in research on the topic of retail, as well as retail practitioners or people interested in retail in Latin America and other regions of the world.

    FAST TRACK

    The best papers will be considered for publication in the following journals:
    Marketing Intelligence & Planning
    RAE (Revista de Administração de Empresas) Retail Forum Edition
    Brazilian Journal of Marketing (REMark)
    Latin American Business Review

  • 25 de October de 2018 – 26 de October de 2018
  • CLAV 2017

    19 de October de 2017 – 20 de October de 2017

    The Latin American Retail Conference (CLAV) aims to promote the generation, sharing and dissemination of knowledge in retail, in favor of the development of the area in the Latin American and international context. It intends to integrate the academic approach to vocational relevance and promote coordination in the process of research and dissemination of knowledge. In 2016 the congress theme is Big Data & Applied Retail Analytics;

     

    Target: researchers and teachers, students, graduate and undergraduate, interested in research in the area, and retail professionals or who have an interest in retail, from Latin America and other regions of the world.

    The best scientific papers (full papers) will be considered for publication in the following journals:

    Marketing Intelligence & Planning

    RAE (Revista de Administração de Empresas) Retail Forum edition

     

     

     

  • CLAV 2016

    20 de October de 2016 – 21 de October de 2016

    The Latin American Retail Conference (CLAV) aims to promote the generation, sharing and dissemination of knowledge in retail, in favor of the development of the area in the Latin American and international context. It intends to integrate the academic approach to vocational relevance and promote coordination in the process of research and dissemination of knowledge. In 2016 the congress theme is Retail on Economic Collaboration.

     

    Target: researchers and teachers, students, graduate and undergraduate, interested in research in the area, and retail professionals or who have an interest in retail, from Latin America and other regions of the world.

     

     

    The best scientific articles (full text) will be considered for publication in RAE Forum (Journal of Business Administration) Retail.

     

    The best executive article will be considered for publication in GV Executive magazine.

     

     

  • CLAV 2015

    29 de October de 2015 – 30 de October de 2015

    8th LATIN AMERICAN RETAIL CONFERENCE - www.fgv.br.br/clav

  • 23 de October de 2014 – 24 de October de 2014
  • 24 de October de 2013 – 25 de October de 2013
  • 25 de October de 2012 – 26 de October de 2012

    As informações sobre o 5 Congresso Latino-Americano no Varejo. Varejo: Desafios e Oportunidades em Mercados Emergentes, estão disponíveis no site: www.fgv.br/clav

  • CLAV 2011 - CALL FOR PAPERS

    27 de October de 2011 – 28 de October de 2011



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