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’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
NOHANZ is holding its biennial conference in November this year. The theme is Te Reo a Ngā Taputapu, Memory, Oral History and Material Culture. Please see below for the call for papers.
Following interest from the NZHA conference in November, a group of people with interests in Family History research is being formed, and we invite all those interested to join us for our first online event on Thursday 10 March, from 12 – 1pm. The event will start with a presentation by Bettina Bradbury, entitled: “Tracing family … More Invitation to a First Meeting of the Family History Network
Dr Hazel Riseborough, 3 March 1930 – 8 January 2021 Dr Hazel Riseborough passed away peacefully at her home in Taupō in January this year, aged 90. Hazel’s tangi was held at Parihaka. Hazel had a very rich and varied life. Among other things Hazel was an historian, published author, Alumni of Massey University, wool-classer, … More Eulogy for Dr Hazel Riseborough
Kia ora koutou, Thank you to all those who attended last week’s NZHA Conference, and particularly to those who presented papers. We were delighted with how the event went and loved hearing about all the fantastic work that is being done. One consequence of having such a rich and diverse programme was that you couldn’t … More Recordings of NZHA Conference Presentations
Kia ora koutou Following the Prize Giving session on Friday, the outgoing NZHA Executive are delighted to confirm the winners of the 2021 NZHA Prizes: The W.H. Oliver Prize for the Best Book on Any Aspect of New Zealand History Joint Winner: Bain Attwood, Empire and the Making of Native Title: Sovereignty, Property and Indigenous … More NZHA 2021 Prize Winners