New Zealand Women Historians’ Forum

The New Zealand Women Historians’ Forum have recently launched a new website as ‘a place to connect, share and advance the work of women historians of Aotearoa New Zealand’. It’s a great initiative, thoroughly endorsed by the NZHA, so please take the time to check it out and engage with your fellow historians!   https://newzealandwomenhistoriansforum.wordpress.com/

National Oral History Association of NZ Biennial Conference

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATIONS EXTENDED UNTIL 5 OCTOBER   We are delighted to announce that early bird registrations have been extended until this Friday.   Join us for a lively conference featuring workshops and keynotes by Professor Alistair Thomson (Monash University, Melbourne) and Associate Professor Tom Roa (Nga Maniopoto/Waikato).   Please see the attached NOHANZ Registration … More National Oral History Association of NZ Biennial Conference

‘Religion Matters’: Celebrating the Work of Professor Peter Lineham

Monday 3 and Tuesday 4 December 2018 Massey University (Albany Campus)   Keynotes, including talks speaking directly to Peter’s career and contribution, will be delivered by Prof. Michael Belgrave, Prof. Margaret Tennant, the Rev. Dr. Allan Davidson, and Dr. Meredith Lake.   Registration is open and can be completed online at the conference website: www.massey.ac.nz/religion-matters. … More ‘Religion Matters’: Celebrating the Work of Professor Peter Lineham

Monica Webb: Reflections from Portsmouth: Women’s History Network Suffrage Centennial Conference

Nearly a hundred historians of women’s history met in Portsmouth, UK to commemorate and reflect on the British women’s suffrage campaign at its centennial.  The call was for an international conference and this call was met by a good turn out of historians from seventeen different countries, including New Zealand, Australia, Eastern Europe, the Nordic … More Monica Webb: Reflections from Portsmouth: Women’s History Network Suffrage Centennial Conference

2019 Judith Binney Fellowships and Writing Awards

The Judith Binney Trust has just opened applications for the inaugural Judith Binney Fellowships and Writing Awards – and we would be glad if you would circulate this information to the people in your organisation or networks who might be interested. For information about the Fellowships and Awards, please see www.judithbinneytrust.org.nz   Applications for 2019 tenure … More 2019 Judith Binney Fellowships and Writing Awards

Te Kooti: Nga Reo o Te Motu (Symposium)

Hear iwi share their stories about influential leader Te Kooti – resistance fighter, prophet, writer, and founder of the Ringatū faith. When: Sat 8 Sep 2018, 10.00am–5.00pm Where: Soundings Theatre, Level 2, and Te Marae, Level 4 Cost:  $20 (includes lunch and afternoon tea) https://www.tepapa.govt.nz/visit/whats-on/events/te-kooti-voices-iwi

Auckland Heritage Festival 2018

Ngā iwi o Tāmaki Makaurau – Celebrating the heritage of our people From 29 September to 14 October Discover the colourful characters and diverse cultures and communities who have shaped Tāmaki Makaurau through the years. Explore the sacred spaces of the beautiful Bharatiya Mandir Hindu temple, marvel at Gottfried Lindauer’s majestic Māori portraits, tour Eden … More Auckland Heritage Festival 2018