Seminar: ‘Peace, Christianity and Public History in New Zealand’

The History Programme invite you to a seminar by Dr Geoff Troughton, Victoria University: Peace, Christianity and Public History in New Zealand: Despite New Zealand’s cherished reputation for relative peacefulness, critical examination of the nation’s histories of peacemaking and opposition to war remains relatively thin. This seminar reflects upon my Marsden-funded research, focusing especially on … More Seminar: ‘Peace, Christianity and Public History in New Zealand’

Neil Oliver live

It’s not too late to get your tickets to see Neil Oliver live at Auckland Town Hall this Wednesday. Historian, archaeologist, and author Oliver presented the acclaimed TV series Coast New Zealand, and will bring both British and New Zealand history to life in this one-night only event, delving into the stories, history, facts and revelations … More Neil Oliver live

James Belich at Auckland Museum, 28 November

New Zealand historian James Belich shines as one of the most formidable of New Zealand’s intellectual exports. He returns as a distinguished guest of the University of Auckland especially for the New Zealand Historical Association conference Tāmaki Herenga Waka: Where Histories Meet. NZHA is delighted to present an evening with him in conversation with award-winning … More James Belich at Auckland Museum, 28 November

AGM 2017: Notice to Members

Kia ora NZHA members. This notice repeats the information you will have received in the members’ newsletter last week: that the 2017 AGM has been set for Friday 1 December 2017, 1:30-3:00pm, at Waipapa Marae, University of Auckland, following the biennial conference, Histories Meet. Meeting papers will be made available via the website as they … More AGM 2017: Notice to Members

VUW Public Lecture: ‘This isn’t very feminist at all….’ Talking about feminism with post-war British women

PROFESSOR LYNN ABRAMS UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW Friday 7 April 5:30pm—6:30pm Rutherford House Lecture Theatre 3 (RHLT3) For further information please contact the History Programme Seminar Convenor: Valerie Wallace, valerie.wallace at vuw.ac.nz In interviews with British women who reached maturity in the post war decades, introducing feminism into the conversation has produced some puzzling contradictions. These … More VUW Public Lecture: ‘This isn’t very feminist at all….’ Talking about feminism with post-war British women