Notices

Vacancy: Heritage Assessment Advisor, Dunedin (closes 16 September)

Posted on September 1 2018

Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga is advertising for a Heritage Assessment Advisor to be based in Dunedin. This is a part-time position, 24 hours a week. The role description is as follows: We are looking for someone with the passion and skill to help us identify and recognise the Otago/Southland area’s heritage places, by taking the lead role in the

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Judith Binney Fellowships and Writing Awards – applications due 30 September 2018

Posted on August 25 2018

A reminder to PHANZA members that The Judith Binney Trust recently opened applications for the inaugural Judith Binney Fellowships and Writing Awards. The Judith Binney Fellowship is available for an established scholar to undertake or complete significant research.  The Writing Award is for an emerging scholar, or for the beginning or completion of a project. The Fellowships and Writing Awards support

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Lecture series by Elizabeth Cox (Christchurch 18 September, Wellington 21 September, Auckland 25 September)

Posted on August 18 2018

PHANZA-member Elizabeth Cox is giving a lecture series about New Zealand’s first female architects, as part of the New Zealand Institute of Architect’s Festival of Architecture in September. ‘Their presence could work a revolution’: Early women architects in New Zealand Elizabeth’s talk looks specifically at the period 1900-1940s, and at the call by a sector of the New Zealand community

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Vacancy: Manager Heritage Listing, Wellington (closes 19 August 2018)

Posted on August 2 2018

Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga is advertising a position for a Manager Heritage Listing, based in Wellington. The position is full time and is based in the Policy Team. Applications for this position close at 5 p.m. on Sunday 19 August 2018. Further details about the position and information about how to apply can be found here.  

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Judith Binney Trust celebration (Wellington, 14 August 2018)

Posted on August 2 2018

The National Library is holding an event to celebrate the inauguration of the Judith Binney Fellowships and Writing Awards, which, from 14 August 2018, will be open for applications. Date: Tuesday, 14 August, 2018 Time: 5:45 for 6:00 start.  Refreshments will be served after the speeches. Cost: Free. No booking required. Location: Te Ahumairangi (ground floor), National Library, corner Molesworth

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John David Stout Research Fellowship 2019 – applications due 17 September 2018

Posted on August 2 2018

Applications are now open for the J.D. Stout Research Fellowship. Please see further details, including how to apply, below: John David Stout Research Fellowship 2019 This Fellowship provides a full-time opportunity to write within an academic environment for the year of tenure. The Fellowship is based in the Stout Research Centre, a multi-disciplinary research centre at Victoria University of Wellington,

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Chunuk Bair Gallipoli Commemoration and book launch (8 August, Palmerston North)

Posted on June 30 2018

Chunuk Bair Gallipoli commemoration and book launch, ‘The Myriad Legacies of 1917: a Year of War and Revolution’. Presenters: Professor Craig Stockings, Australian War Memorial: ‘Unpacking August: common myths and misconceptions about Gallipoli’s final offensive’ Colonel (retd) John McLeod (ONZM), New Zealand Defence Force: ‘Gallipoli: which New Zealand story?’ When: Wednesday 8 August 2018, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Where:

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Talk by oral historian Indira Chowdhury (25 July, Auckland)

Posted on June 30 2018

Unheard Voices and Forms of Cultural Memory: oral history and the postcolonial archives in India The National Oral History Association of New Zealand and Ngā Pātaka Kōrero o Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland Libraries invite you to a presentation and discussion with visiting oral historian Indira Chowdhury. Programme: 9:30: Registration and light refreshments 10:00: Mihi – Welcome 10:15: Indira Chowdhury presents Unheard

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Wellington based historian sought for family history project

Posted on June 26 2018

An historian is sought for a Wellington oral history project. Details below: The essence of the project is to interview an 87 year old (Mr Ridley-Smith’s father, who is in good mental health) to record his family stories and collate a family tree (using a commonly-used software programme – recommendations sought), with notes, recordings and documents attached to the relevant

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Save the Date: PHANZA Conference, 13–14 April 2019

Posted on June 16 2018

After the war – what’s next? PHANZA will be holding a conference in April 2019, with the theme: ‘After the war – what’s next?’ We’ve emerged from four years of war commemorations. While it provided many opportunities for research, employment and public engagement, it’s time to ask: what’s next for public history in New Zealand? What subjects will we move

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Reminder: call for papers for the Women’s Studies Association (NZ)/Pae Akoranga Wahine and the Stout Research Centre for New Zealand Studies conference (21-23 September 2018) closes 30 June 2018

Posted on May 12 2018

A reminder that the final date to submit papers for the Women’s Studies Association (NZ)/Pae Akoranga Wahine and the Stout Research Centre for New Zealand Studies conference is 30 June 2018. Conference details can be found in an earlier PHANZA notice: https://phanza.org.nz/womens-studies-association-nz-pae-akoranga-wahine-and-the-stout-research-centre-for-new-zealand-studies-conference-21-23-september-2018-call-for-papers-closes-30-june-2018/.

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Tender opportunity: Wellington City Council Review of Pre-1930s Character Areas in the Wellington City District Plan (closes 30 May 2018)

Posted on May 12 2018

Wellington City Council has put out a request for proposals to undertake a review of pre-1930s character areas in the Wellington City District Plan. Further informaton on the tender opportunity can be found here. Applications must be made through the Government Electronic Tenders Service (GETS) and close on Wednesday 30 May 2018 at 4 p.m.

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Vacancy: Conservation Architect / Conservation Architectural Advisor at Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga (closing 15 April 2018)

Posted on March 30 2018

Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga is advertising for a Conservation Architect / Conservation Architectural Advisor. See job application details below: Conservation Architect / Conservation Architectural Advisor Based in Wellington We are looking for someone with the passion and skill to be an effective conservation advocate for the Central Region’s heritage places.  You will provide expert architectural conservation and cultural heritage

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