Conferences and Announcements

Archives New Zealand: Notification of Intention to Dispose - Ministry of Social Development

Under the Public Records Act 2005, members of the public have the opportunity to comment on recommendations for the disposal of records.

http://archives.govt.nz/advice/intentions-dispose

 

 

Appraisal ID: 20126190

 

Agency Name: Ministry of Social Development

 

General Description:

PHANZA and the MTG (formerly Hawke’s Bay Museum and Art Gallery) review

PHANZA members may have seen coverage (including in this week’s issue of the Listener) of the review of MTG Hawke’s Bay. Previously known as the Hawke’s Bay Museum and Art Gallery, the institution reopened in 2013 following a major redevelopment.

UNESCO Memory of the World NZ Newsletter out now

Kia ora everyone
The latest issue of Nga Mahara The Memories is on our website http://www.unescomow.org.nz/images/newsletters/unesco%20newsletter%20august%202014.pdf

2014 AGM documents are now available on the website.

Please find attached the 2014 PHANZA AGM documents, including the president's, treasurer's and secretary's reports

Journal of New Zealand Studies 17 (June 2014) is now available

Journal of New Zealand Studies 17 (June 2014)

 

The latest issue of the peer-reviewed Journal of New Zealand Studies NS17 (2014)  is available online at:  http://ojs.victoria.ac.nz/jnzs/index

 

An overview of the PHANZA, Massey and Te Manawa conference held on 16 May

Jock Phillips has blogged about the joint PHANZA, Massey and Te Manawa conference held on 16 May.

http://blog.teara.govt.nz/2014/05/19/anniversary-seasons/

New Zealand History of Science conference 2015

Note in your diary now: History of New Zealand Science conference, 23-24 November 2015 at Victoria University

New bank account number for PHANZA sub payments

PHANZA has recently closed its National Bank/ANZ bank account.

If you have an automatic payment set up, please change the details to the following:

Kiwibank, 155 The Terrace, Wellington

Professional Historians' Association of New Zealand/Aotearoa

38 9015 0433694 00

Please email the treasurer treasurer@phanza.org.nz if you have any questions

A Hochstetter treasure trove

Austrian scientist, Ferdinand von Hochstetter visited New Zealand for 8 months in 1858-58, and travelled widely with his compatriot Julius von Haast, recording and documenting geological features. A hitherto unknown collection of images collected by Hochstetter and still held by his descendants has recently been located by Dr Sascha Nolden, who has published illustrated catalogues. You can get a taste of the material from these two illustrated blog pieces:

Conference - 2015. International Committee for the Historical Sciences Congress in Jinan, China.

International Committee for the Historical Sciences Congress in Jinan, China.

23-29 August 2015.

 

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