Kia ora koutou This is just a reminder that the deadline to submit paper proposals for the 2021 NZHA Conference is fast approaching on 31 July. We welcome proposals for: • Individual Papers – Please provide a paper title, an abstract of no more than 250 words, a short biography of no more than 100 … More REMINDER – NZHA 2021 Conference Call for Papers
Kia ora koutou, The Organising Committee for the 2021 NZHA Conference are delighted to announce that registrations are now open. A discounted early-bird rate is available until 1 October, and there are also discounted rates for NZHA members and students. As part of your registration, please indicate whether you plan to attend the Postgraduate Day … More 2021 NZHA Conference Registrations Now Open
Kia ora koutou, The NZHA Executive are continuing to plan for the Association’s 2021 Conference, and we hope to open the registration portal very soon. In the meantime, this is just a short notice detailing an extension to the paper submission deadline and a reminder that nominations for the 2021 NZHA Prizes need to be … More NZHA Conference – Extended Call for Papers & Reminder to Nominate for Prizes
The NZHA Executive calls for nominations for the following three prizes, each of which will be awarded at the NZHA Conference Dinner on 25 November 2021: The W.H. Oliver Prize – For the best book on any aspect of New Zealand history The Erik Olssen Prize – For the best first book by an author … More NZHA 2021 Prizes – Call for Nominations & Submissions
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: http://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 firstname.lastname@example.org.