Public engagement guidelines for researchers, scholars, and scientists

The Royal Society of New Zealand has published guidelines to “support the inclusive engagement of stakeholders in research, scholarship and science”. You can read about them and download them here. Stakeholders are broadly defined to include: researchers, scholars and scientists; the public and communities they serve; the media; and the various organisations for which researchers … More Public engagement guidelines for researchers, scholars, and scientists

RE: Australian Women’s History Network Call for Papers

Intersections in History: Australian Women’s History Network Conference Queen Victoria Women’s Centre, Melbourne 31 Mar-1 April 2016. This conference** will explore past and present ‘intersections’ in women’s, feminist and gender history, broadly conceived. Its title gestures towards the theoretical framework of ‘intersectionality’, more usually seen in sociology and gender/cultural studies where it has recently emerged … More RE: Australian Women’s History Network Call for Papers

RE: News from Te Whare Wananga o Te Upoko o Te Ika a Maui, VUW, Wellington

News from Te Whare Wananga o Te Upoko o Te Ika a Maui – the head of the fish – Victoria University of Wellington. In 2015 we have said farewell to Tim Beaglehole (28.4.1933-18.7.2015), W. H. (Bill) Oliver (14.5.1925 – 16.9.2015) and Beryl Hughes (18.11.1920-7.12.2015). All three have left strong legacies in the minds and … More RE: News from Te Whare Wananga o Te Upoko o Te Ika a Maui, VUW, Wellington

RE: Remembering Beryl Hughes, 1920-2015

Dear Friends Beryl Hughes, a staff member in the History Department at Victoria University of Wellington, c.1961-86 and instigator of women’s studies and women’s history in New Zealand, died on Monday 7 December 2015. Beryl is probably best known beyond VUW for her co-edited collection Women in New Zealand Society (Allen & Uniwn, 1980) with Phillida … More RE: Remembering Beryl Hughes, 1920-2015