Wednesday Rāapa 15 June, 12pm – 1pm NZT, via zoomRegister here Speakers: Rebecca Rice, ‘Getting their boots dirty: Women’s botanical publications in 19th-century Aotearoa New Zealand and the Pacific’ Matt Basso, ‘Family or Empire? Settler Masculinity and the Question of Protection During World War One’ Biographies: Rebecca Rice is Curator Historical New Zealand Art at Te … More Aotearoa Gender History Network – June Seminar
ASHA is pleased to announce that this year’s annual conference will be held in Russell, in the beautiful Bay of Islands in northern New Zealand. The conference will commence with a welcome function on the evening of 26 September 2022 and finish with a gala dinner on 30 September 2022. The conference venue is the … More Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology Annual Conference – Save the Date
Frances Ann Porter (Fyfe) 2 May 1925 – 3 April 2022 Frances Porter (Fyfe), BA, MA (Hons), D.Litt, author of the prize winning biography of Jane Maria Atkinson, Born to New Zealand (1989) and a large number of works on nineteenth-century Aotearoa New Zealand, has died, aged 96. Frances Porter’s prize winning biography of Jane … More Obituary for Frances Ann Porter (Fyfe), 1925-2022
16–21 April 2023, Auckland War Memorial Museum Tāmaki Paenga Hira, Aotearoa New Zealand Kia ora koutou, The organising partners for Scarred Nations are delighted to invite paper submissions to this international, multidisciplinary symposium showcasing academic and creative work on intrastate conflict, its legacies, and processes of reconciliation The goals of the symposium include creating a … More Call for Papers – Scarred Nations: Intrastate Conflict, Legacies and Reconciliation – Titiro Whakamuri ki anga Whakamua Symposium
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
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.