Notices

2022 New Zealand Symposium of Gastronomy

Posted on October 26 2021

The 2022 New Zealand Symposium of Gastronomy will look at the refreshing foods, ideas and liquids that sustain us, enliven our palates and bring us together socially. The Symposium will be held in late February or March 2022 and hosted at Te Manawa Museum of Art, Science and History in Palmerston North. Call for Papers The call for papers is now

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Reminder: Historian wanted to assist with Archives NZ research

Posted on October 15 2021

This is a reminder that Rob Harris, who lives outside of Wellington, needs some research undertaken at Archives NZ in Wellington on the Kirk-Rowling government, particularly Cabinet deliberations. Experience searching Archway is desirable. If this interests you, contact Rob directly on harrisrob99@gmail.com or 0273420495.

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Call for Papers – New Zealand Journal of Public History

Posted on October 2 2021

The New Zealand Journal of Public History is now hosted by PHANZA! We are asking for papers from history, heritage and museum studies students or graduates for the 2022 issue. Research articles are of 5000-6000 words and interviews and opinion pieces of 2000-3000 words. Abstracts are due by 31 December. For more information, find the attached call for papers here.

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MA History Scholarships at Victoria University of Wellington

Posted on October 2 2021

The following scholarships supporting study for the MA by thesis in History at Victoria University of Wellington will be closing between 31 October and 15 November: • 31 October: Jack Pearce Research Scholarship in NZ or English History.• 1 November: VUW MA by Thesis scholarships.• 1 November: Buchanan Scholarship in New Zealand History and Society.• 15 November: the Wellington Historical

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Angela Ballara Memorial Service

Posted on September 28 2021

There will be a memorial service for Angela Ballara, who passed away on 17 September, at Old St Pauls, Mulgrave St, Wellington, on Thursday 30 September 2021. The service will start at 2pm. For those who cannot attend, here is a link to a livestream of the service: https://www.tributes.co.nz/ViewMyTribute.aspx?id=16711

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Manatū Taonga – Oral History and History Grants

Posted on September 25 2021

Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage is currently advertising two upcoming grants which are open for application: Oral History Grant Ngā Kōrero Tuku Iho, New Zealand Oral History Grants provide financial help for therecording of interviews relating to the history of New Zealand/Aotearoa and its closeconnections with the Pacific. Grants may be made to individuals, or groups with a

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2021 NZHA Conference Update

Posted on September 24 2021

A message from the NZHA Executive on the 2021 NZHA Conference: Kia ora koutou, Over the last few months, the NZHA Executive have been continually reviewing the format of the 2021 NZHA Conference in light of the Covid-19 outbreak. We have now concluded that the conference should proceed on the planned dates (Tuesday 23 November to Friday 26 November), but

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New PHANZA website

Posted on September 21 2021

Members are advised that the website will not be available from 6pm tomorrow (22 Sept) while we migrate to the new site. The new site should be up and running by midnight or possibly earlier. The address will be the same: www.phanza.org.nz Please use your existing password when you update your member profile but remember that you can request a new

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New PHANZA Website

Posted on September 17 2021

PHANZA’s new website will go live at midnight on 22 September. When it does go live, the old site will no longer exist, so we strongly urge all members to copy any information they want to keep from their member profiles. You must do this by 5pm on 22 September. Once the new site is live, you will be able

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PHANZA AGM now on-line

Posted on September 17 2021

Regrettably, Covid’s unwelcome presence means that we will not be able to hold next Thursday’s AGM (23 September) at our chosen venue, Heritage New Zealand’s headquarters at Antrim House in Wellington. It also means that key committee members will not be able to travel to Wellington. As a consequence, the PHANZA committee has decided to hold the AGM on-line. The

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Volume 27, Issue 2 (August 2021)

Posted on September 10 2021

In the second edition of Phanzine for 2021, we introduce PHANZA’s new website and publish PHANZA’s submission on the draft Aotearoa New Zealand’s HIstories in the New Zealand Curriculum; Claudia Orange reports on the draft curriculum; Diana Morrow reflects on writing the biography of Kate Edgar; Michael Kelly looks at the current backlash in attitudes to built heritage; Hilary Stace

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New Zealand History Research Trust Fund Grants

Posted on September 10 2021

Whiria Te Mahara New Zealand History Grants, funded by the New Zealand History Research Trust Fund, support historians, researchers and writers working on non-fiction projects that will significantly enhance our understanding of New Zealand’s past. The fund gives away 8-12 grants of up to $12,000 each to fund research and writing costs. Applications close on 15 October. For more information

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CLNZ Contestable Fund Grants

Posted on September 10 2021

Applications for CLNZ Contestable Fund Grants are now open. The amount applicants apply for can vary. Projects will align with the Cultural Fund’s objectives and may: Develop the professional skills of writers, including those who write for an education audience Seek to grow export markets for New Zealand published content Demonstrate innovation in the creation and distribution of NZ published

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Vacancies, Collection Manager and Programme Developer

Posted on September 10 2021

Te Manawa Museum of Art, Science and Heritage in Palmerston North is seeking two people to join their team, a Collection Manager; and a Programme Developer. The Collections Manager role will be responsible for Te Manawa’s art collection and will require you to have a thorough understanding of collection management principles. The Programme Developer role will be responsible for developing

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Friends of the Turnbull Library Research Grant 2022

Posted on September 10 2021

Applications for the Friends of the Turnbull Library Research Grant 2022 are now open. Scholars undertaking research in the collections of the Alexander Turnbull Library are invited to apply for the grant, worth up to $20,000. The closing date is 8th October 2021. Further information, including application forms, can be found on the FoTL website at https://turnbullfriends.org.nz/research-grant/ A PDF with

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