Wednesday Rāapa 28 June, 12 pm – 1 pm, via zoomRegister here Speakers: Miranda Johnson, Unsettling Colonialism: Historians, Moral Conscience, and the Nation Katie Cooper, The sphere of women? Gender and the kitchen in rural New Zealand to 1940 Miranda Johnson is associate professor of History at the University of Otago, where she teaches and … More Aotearoa Gender History Network seminar
From Colonial Modernity to Decolonisation: The British Empire and Beyond”, 15-16 September 2023, The University of Auckland Keynote Speaker: Sekhar Bandyopadhyay, and Special Invited Expert Addresses by Jim McAloon, Ned Bertz and Miranda Johnson Long ago, the rhetoric of the colonial civilising mission had established colonial modernity as a reference point.Ensured in the privileging of … More Workshop- From Colonial Modernity to Decolonisation: The British Empire and Beyond 15-16 September
The History Programme of the School of History, Philosophy, Political Science and International Relations is pleased to invite you to a seminar with Dr Arini Loader Presented in OK406 and via ZOOM—please register for the Zoom by clicking this link:https://vuw.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwtfu6trT8pHtQlpDmZLG47-P27PjlhH0Kg Close reading and contextualisation of Rangiamoa’s waiata ‘E pā tō hau’ offers an utterly Māori way in to making some … More FRIDAY 26 MAY SEMINAR Dr Arini Loader – ‘E pā tō hau: Māori history and the New Zealand wars’
NOHANZ is pleased to offer two grants of up to $300 to contribute to members’ travel costs to presentat the New Zealand Historical Association Conference in November 2023. The NOHANZ PostgraduateTravel Support Fund is open to all NOHANZ members enrolled in postgraduate study. Please see the NOHANZ website for the application form: https://www.oralhistory.org.nz/index.php/event/21-24-nov-2023-history-conference-christchurch/ Applications close … More NOHANZ Postgraduate Travel Support Fund 2023
New Zealand Historical Association Prizes Call for Nominations & Submissions The New Zealand Historical Association currently offers four prizes, each awarded biennially. These prizes will next be awarded at the NZHA Conference Dinner on 23 November 2023, Prizes for Published Books and Articles The three prizes offered for published works are: The NZHA Executive now … More NZHA Call for Nominations & Submissions
Practice history in the real world 21-24 November 2023, University of Canterbury, Ōtautahi Christchurch The Liberal Arts have been under attack for many years, but interest in history has begun to recover some of its allure. One of the key reasons for the revival of history has been the public’s perception of the benefits arising … More NZHA CFP Reminder
This month Auckland University Press is pleased to publishing ‘A Bloody Difficult Subject’: Ruth Ross, te Tiriti o Waitangi and the Making of History by Professor Bain Attwood. This book is a sophisticated, multi-faceted history of te Tiriti o Waitangi/the Treaty of Waitangi and its place in New Zealand society. It traces the landmark work … More New Book ‘A Bloody Difficult Subject’: Ruth Ross, te Tiriti o Waitangi and the Making of History by Professor Bain Attwood.