The UNESCO Memory of the World New Zealand is calling for Expressions of Interest (EOIs) for submissions to the New Zealand documentary heritage register. The register currently lists 20 inscriptions of significant documentary heritage. You can read about them here. The EOI process helps nominators to assess their documentary heritage against the Memory of the World […]
NZHA members and friends are warmly invited to a day symposium, Saturday 8 April, at Victoria University of Wellington Te Whare Wananga o Te Upoko o Te Ika a Maui: ‘Rage Against the Machine: Biopolitics, Individualism and Collectivism in 19thC New Zealand and the British Empire’ An event in association with Professor Anna Clark, University of […]
Enjoy this think piece from historian Miranda Johnson, University of Sydney: author of The Land Is Our History, and one-time special correspondent from Te Whenua Moemoeā – Australia. Our newsfeeds this past week have been filled with the images, sounds, and words of protest. From anti-Trumpism, which is galvanizing millions of people in the United […]
The National Library of New Zealand – Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa – will be opening its 2017 programme of events with a curatorial summer lecture series. These four lectures will be held on successive Wednesdays, and will showcase the work of Alexander Turnbull Library curators. First up: Paul Diamond, on Maori in editorial cartoons, […]
Are you an active researcher and within 10 years of completing your highest qualification (usually a PhD)? If yes, then you may qualify for ECR (Early Career Researcher) membership of the Royal Society of New Zealand, which attracts a 50% rebate on the full subscription. You can find out more and apply here. ECR membership […]
The myriad faces of war: 1917 and its legacy symposium, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington, New Zealand, 25-28 April 2017 1917 was a seminal year in the history of the modern world. The First World War stressed the livelihoods and resources of nations, states and societies – combatant and otherwise – with often […]
The Friends of Turakina Maori Girls’ College Association is offering a $6000 scholarship to a student who can make the history of the recently closed 110-year-old school an element of their master’s or doctorate degree. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.