You are warmly invited to the next Aotearoa Gender History Network seminar. Please note that we are now requiring a quick, online registration to attend. Wednesday Rāapa 4 May, 12 pm – 1 pm NZT, via zoomRegister here Hayley Goldthorpe, The Three Graces against the Taranaki War, 1860-61 Hayley Goldthorpe is a Sociology Master’s student at … More Aotearoa New Zealand Gender History Network – May Seminar
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
MARCH SEMINAR Wednesday Rāapa 16 March, 12 pm – 1 pm, via zoom (https://waikato.zoom.us/j/97078105588) Speakers: Amelia Barker – PhD Candidate, Massey University Constance de Rabastens (d. c.1386): a woman who fought to be heardConstance de Rabastens was a lay female visionary during the Great Western Schism (1378-1417), a period in which Western Christendom was divided … More Aotearoa Gender History Seminar – March & May
Kia ora koutou, At the Prize Giving session during the recent NZHA Conference, the Executive announced it was making a special award for an Outstanding Contribution to Māori History. This award was presented to Aroha Harris (Te Rarawa and Ngāpuhi) of the University of Auckland. The citation given by the NZHA’s President, Michael Belgrave, is … More Executive Award for Outstanding Contribution to Māori History
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