You are warmly invited to attend this regular, online seminar. Each session (held via zoom) features 3 x 10-minute research presentations on current research in Aotearoa New Zealand Gender History, followed by discussion. Please get in touch with us if you would like to present your own research. Charlotte Greenhalgh (email@example.com) and Charlotte Macdonald Wednesday … More Aotearoa New Zealand Gender History Seminar
The Lilburn Research Fellowship is currently accepting applications, closing April 8th. More information is available here.
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
PUBLISHING OPPORTUNITY: Are you interested in publishing a 5000 word article in History Compass, a quality and highly accessed international Wiley journal offering rapid, on-line, peer reviewed publication? Articles offer succinct historiographical pieces, and examples of new research. They also offer examples of best teaching practice. Please contact section co-editor for Australasia and the Pacific … More Publishing Opportunity
Evan Roberts is pleased to announce the launch of Measuring the ANZACs: a project to crowd-source the complete transcription of New Zealand’s South African war and World War I personnel files. The project is a collaboration of the Zooniverse, Archives NZ and the Auckland Museum along with a research team from the universities of Guelph, … More Measuring the ANZACs: Collaborating to build a rich database of NZ’s WWI soldiers and nurses
The New Zealand Journal of Public History is soliciting articles, short critiques and commentaries for NZJPH4: Ethics in Public History. Contributions concerning ethical considerations around collecting, preservation and display, or the ethical tensions variously linking historians, stakeholders and commissioning bodies, would be particularly welcome. Submissions are invited from public historians working within a range of … More The New Zealand Journal of Public History Call for Papers
Good news everyone! The judges for the Mary Boyd Prize for the best article in New Zealand History published between 2 April 2013 and 1 April 2015, Emeritus Professor Margaret Tennant, Massey University and Professor Tony Ballantyne, University of Otago, have awarded Dr Felicity Barnes, University of Auckland, the prize for her article ‘Pictorialism, Photography … More RE: Mary Boyd Prize winner announcement