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
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
The call for papers for the forthcoming Pacific History Association conference in London and Cambridge was released last week, closing on 9 July. For more information on submissions and registration see the conference website: http://pha.maa.cam.ac.uk/pha/. Please direct any queries to the conference organising committee at email@example.com.
Registration for the Canterbury 100 conference ‘Reflections on the commemoration of World War One’, to be held on the 22nd and 23rd of November at Tūranga (Central Library) Christchurch, is now open. Please see the conference website for more details: http://www.canterbury100.org.nz/conference-reflections-commemoration-world-war-one
To mark 40 years of WSA/PAW conferences and 125 years of women’s suffrage in Aotearoa/New Zealand, WSA/PAW joins with the Stout Research Centre for New Zealand Studies in presenting a conference promoting feminist scholarship and activism. The conference will be an opportunity to advance current feminist engagements, while acknowledging and understanding the challenges of the … More Call for Papers – Feminist Engagements in Aotearoa: 125 years of Suffrage and Beyond
The Auckland History Initiative is pleased to announce that its prize for the best paper by a graduate student on the history of Tāmaki Makaurau/Auckland at the NZHA Conference, Auckland, 2017 is awarded to: Lucy Mackintosh for ‘A Strange Sight’: Auckland Domain 1840-1865 This paper was tightly focused on a particular and fascinating aspect of … More Congratulations Lucy Mackintosh, prize winner
Next year’s PHA conference – The Gift of the Pacific: place and perspective in Pacific history – is being held at the University of Cambridge, England. The call for panel proposals is open now until 31 January. A call for papers will follow.