Stranger Than Fiction Seminar Series – Stout Research Centre

Authors have always used fiction to grapple with the social anxieties of their day and imagine futures both good and bad. Disruption by new technologies, the blending of humans and machines, an end to illness, and human-induced destruction of the environment have all been at the centre of plays, novels and poetry for centuries. But … More Stranger Than Fiction Seminar Series – Stout Research Centre

Seminar: ‘Leaving their Lordships – Changing New Zealand’s final Appellate Court’, Patrick McCabe

In 1900, the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council was the final court of appeal for one-quarter of the world’s people.  It was a key institution of the British Empire.  Despite the major exodus from the Judicial Committee’s jurisdiction in the two decades following the Second World War, New Zealand’s commitment remained steadfast. In 1983, … More Seminar: ‘Leaving their Lordships – Changing New Zealand’s final Appellate Court’, Patrick McCabe

Seminar: ‘Towards a History of Mediation in New Zealand’, Dr Grant Morris

For the past few decades mediation has been optimistically heralded as the “way of the future” in New Zealand’s legal system.  The history of mediation in NZ can be traced back to developments in industrial relations in the late 19th century, but as a self-aware, dynamic, widespread movement its beginnings are much more recent.  Led … More Seminar: ‘Towards a History of Mediation in New Zealand’, Dr Grant Morris

Upcoming Royal Society Te Aparangi National Lecture Series

The Royal Society Te Apārangi has two upcoming National lecture series that may be of some interest to NZHA members:   Ornamental to detrimental: The invasion of New Zealand by non-native plants Palmerston North | Palmerston North Central Library, Events Central – register for Palmerston North 7:30pm Wednesday 9 May Napier | EIT, Lecture Theatre … More Upcoming Royal Society Te Aparangi National Lecture Series

Call for Submissions: NOHANZ Biennial Conference 2018

The National Oral History Association of New Zealand (NOHANZ) invites abstract submissions for their biennial conference to be held at the University of Waikato, Hamilton, Wednesday 28 and Thursday 29 of November 2018. This year the theme of their conference focuses on the sweet sound of the voice, the singers of tales (te waha kairongorongo), … More Call for Submissions: NOHANZ Biennial Conference 2018