UOA History Innovation Fund Post Doctoral Fellow Applications

The School of Humanities: Te Puna Aronui invites applications for the 2023 History Innovation Fund Postdoctoral Research Fellowship. 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 successful applicant will be accommodated within the … More UOA History Innovation Fund Post Doctoral Fellow Applications

Women’s and gender histories in 2020s Aotearoa Te Wai Pounamu and Moana Nui a Kiwa

Women’s and gender histories in 2020s Aotearoa, Te Wai Pounamu and Moana Nui a Kiwa With support from the University of Auckland History Innovation Fund, the Aotearoa Gender History Network is convening an in-person meeting to bring together researchers on women’s and gender histories to share their work. A further goal of the workshop is … More Women’s and gender histories in 2020s Aotearoa Te Wai Pounamu and Moana Nui a Kiwa

Aotearoa Gender History Network seminar

Aotearoa Gender History Network seminarWednesday Rāapa 7 September, 12 pm – 1 pm NZT, via zoomRegister here Speakers: Ereni Putere, Rau mōrehu ki te ao, rau mahara i te pō: Navigating history and the lives of Kāi Tahu Ahinata Kaitai-Mullane, Power, Positionality, Perspective: Unpacking colonialism in contemporary pornography Ereni Pūtere (nō Kāi Tahu, Kāti Māmoe, … More Aotearoa Gender History Network seminar

EXTENDED Call for Papers – Scarred Nations: Intrastate Conflict, Legacies and Reconciliation ­– Titiro Whakamuri ki anga Whakamua Symposium

Scarred Nations: Intrastate Conflict, Legacies and Reconciliation ­– Titiro Whakamuri ki anga Whakamua Symposium 16–21 April 2023, Auckland War Memorial Museum Tāmaki Paenga Hira, Aotearoa New Zealand The organising partners for Scarred Nations would like to announce an extension to the call for papers for this international, multidisciplinary symposium showcasing academic and creative work on … More EXTENDED Call for Papers – Scarred Nations: Intrastate Conflict, Legacies and Reconciliation ­– Titiro Whakamuri ki anga Whakamua Symposium

Call for Papers: The New Historians Conference 2022

In the context of the pandemic and the immediate period that follows, there is a requirementto take a pause and understand the change, recalibrate, and prepare for what comes next. Atthe same time there are some things that remain constant, continuities that run strongthrough the before and after. The New Historians Conference 2022 is focused … More Call for Papers: The New Historians Conference 2022

Aotearoa New Zealand Gender History Network – July Seminar

Wednesday Rāapa 27 July, 12 pm – 1 pm, via zoom (Register here) Sam Iti Prendergast, ‘Dreaming Sovereign Futures in Aotearoa and Hawai’i: Rihi Puhiwahine and Haunani-Kay Trask’ Sam Iti Prendergast (Ngāti Maniapoto) is lecturer in history at Te Whare Wānanga o Waikato. Her work examines the tensions between the aspirations of white nationhood and … More Aotearoa New Zealand Gender History Network – July Seminar

Massey University Research Seminar – Professor Maartje Abbenhuis

Massey University’s School of Humanities, Media & Creative Communication invites you to a research seminar: ‘Mired in controversy: The history of the dum-dum bullet’. By Professor Maartje Abbenhuis 12:30pm, Wednesday 27 April (Zoom Link: https://massey.zoom.us/j/3240170162) Abstract: In 1899, the delegates gathered at The Hague Peace Conference agreed to prohibit the military use of a particular … More Massey University Research Seminar – Professor Maartje Abbenhuis