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: Making history make a difference: workshop opportunity with Prof. Paul Ward, University of Huddersfield, UK

NOTICE: Making History Make a Difference: Collaborating with Community Groups to Create New Knowledge: A Workshop with Professor Paul Ward, University of Huddersfield, UK. A series of developments have created a historical moment in which the Humanities disciplines are expected to have public utility — History is expected to make a difference. This workshop explores … More RE: Making history make a difference: workshop opportunity with Prof. Paul Ward, University of Huddersfield, UK

Welcome from the NZHA 2014-15 President

Tena Kotu katoa The NZHA Executive is now based in Otautahi Christchurch and planning is already underway for the 2015 conference. We are continuing the excellent work of the Otago Executive inpromoting historical study, teaching and research, maintaining and raising the profile of history including recognising achievement through awards, lobbying government, connecting with stakeholder groups … More Welcome from the NZHA 2014-15 President

NZHA newsletter June 2006

Here is the NZHA Newsletter from June 2006 (PDF, 400KB) Overview of contents news from the historical community Malcolm McKinnon (PHANZA) Megan Hutching (NOHANZ) David Green (Ministry for Culture and Heritage) History Group Jock Phillips (Te Ara: The Encyclopedia of New Zealand) news from the universities Kerry Taylor, Massey University, Palmerston North Kerry Howe, Massey … More NZHA newsletter June 2006