Conferences and Announcements
After more than 2 years of community consultation, research and development Palmerston North Libraries and Community Services are delighted to announce the launch of our brand new digital resource Manawatū Heritage.
Message from PHAVic:
New home for Birth, Deaths and Marriages information
“The Department of Internal Affairs helps people when they are making plans for a very significant event in their life. Whether they’re getting married, recognising the birth of their child, or dealing with the death of family or friends, Births Deaths and Marriages has an important role to play.”
Here's a message from the National Library about the Collaborative Newspaper Programme 2016/2017:
The Alexander Turnbull Library are holding their 'Essentials of Oral History Workshop' again.
The workshops are limited to 12, so register your interest by emailing AtlOutreach@dia.govt.nz. Then you will need to fill out and return the attached flyer (below) at your earliest convenience.
The Essentials of Oral History Research
This is a two day course, with one month between them.
Day One: Introduction to Oral History
Saturday 30 April 2016
The New Zealand Journal of Public History's next issue is on the theme of ethics in public history - see the attachment for further details.
The call for papers closes 1 July 2016.