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The Lilburn Research Fellowship is currently accepting applications, closing April 8th. More information is available here.
There is an opening for a lecturer in Pacific History at the University of the South Pacific, Suva. Applications close on 25 February.
There’s an opening for a senior historian at Te Manatū Taonga. Applications close on Waitangi Day.
It’s not too late to get your tickets to see Neil Oliver live at Auckland Town Hall this Wednesday. Historian, archaeologist, and author Oliver presented the acclaimed TV series Coast New Zealand, and will bring both British and New Zealand history to life in this one-night only event, delving into the stories, history, facts and revelations … More Neil Oliver live
The Office of Treaty Settlements is currently advertising two historian positions (Historian and Senior Historian). Applications close on Friday 2 February. If you are a good grad or post-grad with a grounding in history or Māori Studies, the historian position may be the role for you. If you have more work-life experience, and can see … More History jobs at OTS
The Auckland History Initiative is pleased to announce that its prize for the best paper by a graduate student on the history of Tāmaki Makaurau/Auckland at the NZHA Conference, Auckland, 2017 is awarded to: Lucy Mackintosh for ‘A Strange Sight’: Auckland Domain 1840-1865 This paper was tightly focused on a particular and fascinating aspect of … More Congratulations Lucy Mackintosh, prize winner