The Auckland Library Heritage Trust has announced its annual scholarship aimed at encouraging research based on material held in the Sir George Grey Special Collections. The closing date for applications is 6 June 2017. Read more about the scholarship here.
Good news everyone! The judges for the Mary Boyd Prize for the best article in New Zealand History published between 2 April 2013 and 1 April 2015, Emeritus Professor Margaret Tennant, Massey University and Professor Tony Ballantyne, University of Otago, have awarded Dr Felicity Barnes, University of Auckland, the prize for her article ‘Pictorialism, Photography […]
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The NZHA is pleased to announce the winner of the W. H. Oliver Prize to Tony Ballanytne, Otago University, for Entanglements of Empire: Missionaries, Maori, and the Question of the Body published by Auckland University Press. Congratulations Tony! The W. H. Oliver Prize was awarded for the best book on any aspect of New Zealand […]
Contemporary Women’s Writing has launched a new annual Essay Prize to encourage and support postgraduates and early career scholars working on contemporary female literature. The winner will receive: Publication of their piece in Contemporary Women’s Writing One year’s free membership of the Contemporary Women’s Writing Association (including one year’s free subscription to Contemporary Women’s Writing) […]
Environmental historian Dr Catherine Knight has won the Palmerston North Heritage Trust’s inaugural award for the best work of history relating to the Manawatu. Ravaged Beauty: An Environmental History of the Manawatu was described by co-judge Jill White as an outstanding winner from the 2013-14 publications considered. Intensively researched and engagingly written, Ravaged Beauty is […]
For the first time …. The NZHA is running the W. H. Oliver prize for the best book on any aspect of New Zealand history published between 1 April 2013 and 31 March 2015. The judges, Giselle Byrnes and Graeme Dunstall, evaluated the works on the quality of their research, the strength and effectiveness of […]