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News from the Stout Research Centre

Posted on December 7 2022

Appointment of the 2023 J D Stout Fellow:The Stout Research Centre has announced the appointment of Dr Michael Brown as the 2023 J D StoutFellow; a fellowship that is so generously sponsored by the Stout Trust and administered byPerpetual Guardians. Michael’s research project ‘From Lilburn to Vaporwave’ will investigatecontemporary electronic music and related topics, including the history of the New

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UNESCO Aotearoa New Zealand Memory of the World Trust add three new inscriptions to the Register in 2022

Posted on December 7 2022

The New Zealand Memory of the World Programme is one of over 60 Memory of the World programmes worldwide. It was established in 2010 by the New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO. The New Zealand Committee’s members have a broad knowledge of New Zealand’s heritage institutions and communities. UNESCO recognition draws attention to the significance of documentary heritage and the

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Wānanga Symposium: CHRISTIANITY, THE MĀORI WORLD AND COLONIALISM IN AOTEAROA NEW ZEALAND – November 2023

Posted on November 27 2022

This symposium, featuring leading international and New Zealand scholars, will consider the interactions between Christianity, te ao Māori and colonization in Aotearoa New Zealand. Current public conversations on the nature of our history, the Treaty of Waitangi, and issues of Crown governance and Māori authority, call for fresh research and perspectives on multi-faceted relationships and processes. The wānanga-symposium will canvass

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PHANZA Auckland Christmas: 7 December 2022

Posted on November 21 2022

An Auckland PHANZA Christmas! It’s been a couple of years now, but at last we can get together and celebrate our historical connections – with each other and with the ground with live and work on. Lucy MacKintosh’s book Shifting grounds, deep histories of Tāmaki Makaurau has been widely lauded. Lucy has kindly agreed to take PHANZA members on a walking tour

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Aotearoa Gender History Network Workshop: 21-22 February 2023

Posted on November 21 2022

Women’s and gender histories in 2020s Aotearoa, Te Wai Pounamu and Moana Nui a Kiwa Waipapa Taumata Rau University of Auckland  21–22 Hui-tanguru February 2023 general registration $80 / ECR and unwaged $25  Register here The programme features 25 research presentations by emerging and established historians working across Aotearoa. Over two days we will discuss topics ranging from histories of whānau and

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Archives New Zealand’s Security Breach

Posted on November 17 2022

Members will no doubt be aware of yesterday’s announcement of a security breach in Archives’ new Collections Search system and the decision taken to remove the system from public view. PHANZA’s members, particularly those whose work or livelihoods depend on access to that system, will be dismayed and disappointed with this turn of events. We will be contacting the Chief

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Job vacancy: Heritage Assessment Advisor (part-time), Wellington.

Posted on November 15 2022

Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga is Aotearoa New Zealand’s leading bicultural heritage agency. This 24 hour per week role sits within the Central Region/Te Takiwā o Te Pūtahi a Māui, a team charged with championing heritage and making it relevant for current and future generations. You will be part of a team of heritage professionals that works across the southern

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Call for Papers: Records of the Canterbury Museum – Volume 37 2023

Posted on November 14 2022

Canterbury Museum in Christchurch, New Zealand has published the Records of the Canterbury Museum since 1907, irregularly at first but annually since 1997. The reputation of the Records the Canterbury Museum is a source of pride, with its regular production and high-quality open access articles adding considerably to the Museum’s prestige as a research institution. They are now calling for

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New Zealand Journal of Public History – New Article by Emma-Jean Kelly

Posted on November 14 2022

We are delighted to share that the fourth – but not the final – New Zealand Journal of Public History article for the 2022 issue is now available to read on the PHANZA website. Emma-Jean Kelly’s ‘The Disappearance of James O’Grady: Mental Health in Aotearoa in the Early Twentieth Century’ can also be found here. Emma-Jean Kelly is the Senior

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PHANZA Christmas Event: Auckland, 7 December 2022

Posted on November 10 2022

At last, an Auckland PHANZA Christmas! It’s been a couple of years now, but at last we can get together and celebrate our historical connections – with each other and with the ground with live and work on. Lucy MacKintosh’s book Shifting grounds, deep histories of Tāmaki Makaurau has been widely lauded. Lucy has kindly agreed to take PHANZA members on a

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Public Lecture: Stout Research Centre for New Zealand Studies Friday 18 November 2022

Posted on November 9 2022

Professor Te Maire Tau Friday 18 November 2022 Can we add to the work of Jan Vansina? Auditorium National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa Lower Ground Floor, Aitken Street Entrance, Wellington 5.00pm Welcome – Mihi Whakatau 5.10pm – 6.10pm Keynote Address 6.10m – 7.00pm Refreshments Professor Tau is the Pou Whakarae of the Ngāi Tahu Centre at

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Call for Papers: Katherine Mansfield: Last things and legacies

Posted on November 9 2022

Conference 7-9 July 2023 Pipitea Campus, Te Herenga Waka Victoria University of Wellington CALL FOR PAPERS One hundred years on from Katherine Mansfield’s death in 1923, a conference will be held in the city of her birth that reflects on her final years and her legacy. Papers, presentations, and panel talks from scholars, historians and creative artists on the following

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Consultation on a Draft Disposal Authority for Ministers’ Records

Posted on November 9 2022

The Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) Workplace Services and Ministerial Services groups have developed a draft disposal authority for Ministers’ records for approval by the Chief Archivist. The scope of this authority includes records, in all formats, of members of the Executive branch of the Government of New Zealand, including the Prime Minister, Ministers of the Crown (inside and outside of

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Aotearoa Gender History Network seminar, Weds 30 November

Posted on November 1 2022

The final session of the Aotearoa Gender History Network seminar for 2022 is on Wednesday Rāapa 30 November, 12 pm – 1 pm, via zoom Register here Jessica Parr, Unravelling the history of Obesity in Aotearoa: Examining the scientific roots presented in social epidemiology Helen Morten, The ‘Cult of the Expert’: Dietary Advice and Gender in New Zealand, 1930-1960 Jessica Parr is

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