Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage administers two annual history awards – the Ngā Kōrero Taonga Tuku Iho Oral History Awards and the History Awards. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 round of the Oral History Awards was delayed. This means both of our Awards are closing at the same time this year … More Last Call for Applications – Closing Soon – NZ History Awards and Oral History Awards
29 September 2020 The School of Humanities: Te Pokapū Aronui Tāngata invites expressions of interest for the 2021 History Innovation Fund Post Doctoral Research Fellow. This fellowship offers early career support for an outstanding recent PhD graduate in history, enabling them to undertake research and writing for publication, whilst also providing some teaching experience. The … More University of Auckland: Expressions of interest for the 2021 History Innovation Fund Post Doctoral Research Fellow
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 Force of Nature Masters Scholarship is a one-off scholarship to give a graduate student an opportunity to contribute to the centennial history of Forest & Bird. The student will enrol for a research-only Masters in The Centre for Science in Society, Victoria University of Wellington, working under Associate Professor James Beattie. Please see here for application … More Masters Scholarship for the Royal Forest & Bird Protection Society’s Force of Nature Centennial History Project (2020)
Congratulations to Dr Charlotte Greenhalgh (University of Waikato and NZHA Council Member) whose Aging in Twentieth-Century Britain (University of California Press) has been shortlisted for the Australian Historical Association’s W.K. Hancock Prize. This award recognises an Australian scholar who has published a first book in any field of history during 2018 or 2019.
Dear all, We are happy to invite you to attend a forthcoming (June 1-5) Online Public History Summer School (free). The Institute of History of the University of Wrocław, Poland, Depot History Centre, and the International Federation for Public History invite all interested persons to take part in the Public Summer School, to be held online … More Online Public History Summer School
The Religious History Association of Aotearoa NZ recently published its Religious History Newsletter. Founded in 1987, the Newsletter aims to connect all with interests in the field, providing various updates, including notably a comprehensive bibliography of recent publications related to any aspect of religion in NZ history. This 31st edition covers publications from 2018-2019. The … More Religious History Association of Aotearoa New Zealand (RHAANZ) Newsletter