RE: Real Modern, special NZHA offer

Te Papa Press have a special offer for NZHA folks – a 20% discount on Bronwyn Labrum’s latest gem Real Modern: Everyday New Zealand in the 1950s and 1960s. Don’t miss out on this fabulously rich history told through material objects, compelling images and lively text. Real Modern NZHA special offer

RE: Mary Boyd Prize

Dear historians, It has come to our attention that one entry for the Mary Boyd Prize was submitted, but not received. If you submitted a nomination for the Mary Boyd Prize but DID NOT RECEIVE AN EMAIL CONFIRMING YOUR ENTRY can you please resend your SUBMISSION EMAIL to by Friday 11 December. We apologise for … More RE: Mary Boyd Prize

Notice RE: Contemporary Women’s Writing – Essay Prize

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) … More Notice RE: Contemporary Women’s Writing – Essay Prize

RE: Canterbury University’s regional round-up December 2015

UC History update After repairs, we are back in our ‘History Building’ – although, despite protest, it is now also known as the ‘Popper Building’ after a certain philosopher. Gone are the glorious days of three floors devoted to History. The Jim Gardner memorial tree was ‘accidentally’ felled during renovations. But fear not, the Canterbury … More RE: Canterbury University’s regional round-up December 2015

RE: Congratulations … history news

Congratulations to NZHA Past-President Professor Catharine Coleborne who leaves the University of Waikato after 16 years to take up a new appointment as Head of School in the School of Humanities and Social Science at the University of Newcastle in December 2015.     And, additional congratulations to another NZHA past-president Professor Giselle Byrnes who has … More RE: Congratulations … history news