CHRISTIANITY, THE MĀORI WORLD AND COLONIALISM IN AOTEAROA NEW ZEALAND Wānanga Symposium

16-18 Nov 2023 BAY OF ISLANDS This symposium, featuring leading international and New Zealand scholars, will consider the interactions between Christianity, te ao Māori and colonization in Aotearoa New Zealand. Current public conversations on the nature of our history, the Treaty of Waitangi, and issues of Crown governance and Māori authority, call for fresh research … More CHRISTIANITY, THE MĀORI WORLD AND COLONIALISM IN AOTEAROA NEW ZEALAND Wānanga Symposium

NZHA Newsletter

November 2022 Tēnā koutou, The NZHA Executive and Council have met regularly throughout the year to kōrero on all things NZHA. Our AGM is on Friday, December 2 at 9 am (via zoom) – so please join us if you are available. (Zoom link is included at the bottom of this newsletter). We are in … More NZHA Newsletter

Aotearoa Gender History Network Workshop – 21-22 February 2023

Women’s and gender histories in 2020s Aotearoa, Te Wai Pounamu and Moana Nui a Kiwa Waipapa Taumata Rau University of Auckland  21–22 Hui-tanguru February 2023 general registration $80 / ECR and unwaged $25  Register here The programme features 25 research presentations by emerging and established historians working across Aotearoa. Over two days we will discuss topics … More Aotearoa Gender History Network Workshop – 21-22 February 2023

NZHA AGM 2 DEC 2022

Tēnā koutou katoa, The New Zealand Historical Association’s Annual General Meeting will be held on at 9am 2 December 2022, via Zoom. The Zoom link will be sent out along with the Agenda later this month. We are also in the process of collating a newsletter – if you have anything you would like included … More NZHA AGM 2 DEC 2022

Aotearoa Gender History Network seminar 30 Nov

 Wednesday Rāapa 30 November, 12 pm – 1 pm, via zoomRegister here Jessica Parr, Unravelling the history of Obesity in Aotearoa: Examining the scientific roots presented in social epidemiology Helen Morten, The ‘Cult of the Expert’: Dietary Advice and Gender in New Zealand, 1930-1960 Jessica Parr is a research fellow at Waipapa Taumata Rau The … More Aotearoa Gender History Network seminar 30 Nov