Australia & New Zealand Children’s History Reading Group

Following the success of the Society of the History of Childhood and Youth’s 11th Biennial Conference and the Children’s History Society UK’s ‘Speaking Up and Speaking Out’ Conference, Australian and New Zealand scholars working in the field of the history of children and youth are invited to join a new reading group.  The group will … More Australia & New Zealand Children’s History Reading Group

2021 NZHA Conference Registrations Now Open

Kia ora koutou, The Organising Committee for the 2021 NZHA Conference are delighted to announce that registrations are now open. A discounted early-bird rate is available until 1 October, and there are also discounted rates for NZHA members and students. As part of your registration, please indicate whether you plan to attend the Postgraduate Day … More 2021 NZHA Conference Registrations Now Open

Aotearoa New Zealand Gender History Seminar – July

Wednesday 21 July, 12pm – 1pm, via zoom (https://waikato.zoom.us/j/82421107647) Speakers:Charlotte Macdonald, ‘Standing on the threshold: Mary Anne at the door of the Sydney Refuge 1867, the historian at her keyboard, 2021. The tricky business of fragments and interpretation.’ Randolph Hollingsworth, ‘A Tale of 29 Cities: Mary C. Leavitt’s Organizing Tour of New Zealand in 1885’ Charlotte … More Aotearoa New Zealand Gender History Seminar – July

Webinar by Professor David Armitage (Harvard University) – John Locke, Treaties and the Two Treatises of Government

Join the VUW History Programme and VUW Faculty of Law for a special co-hosted webinar by Professor David Armitage (Harvard University) on “John Locke, Treaties and the Two Treatises of Government” When: Friday 28th May, 8:30am – 10am (Wellington)Friday 28th May, 6:30am – 8am (Sydney)Thursday 27th May, 9:30pm – 11pm (London) Chair: Dr Valerie Wallace … More Webinar by Professor David Armitage (Harvard University) – John Locke, Treaties and the Two Treatises of Government

Aotearoa New Zealand Gender History Seminar – June Session

You are warmly invited to the next session of the Aotearoa New Zealand Gender History Seminar: Wednesday 9 June, 12 pm – 1 pm, via zoom (https://waikato.zoom.us/j/82421107647) Speakers:James Keating, Distant sisters? Writing a history of Australasian women and the international struggle for the voteVioleta Gilabert, Emotion, Modernity, and the Campaign for Christian Order in Aotearoa New … More Aotearoa New Zealand Gender History Seminar – June Session