Call for abstracts for New Zealand Historical Association conference 2015 History Making a Difference has been extendedSubmitted by Marguerite Hill on Thu, 07/02/2015 - 20:55
History Making a Difference
The biennial New Zealand Historical Association conference will be held in Christchurch from Wednesday 2 December until Friday 4 December 2015.
Our theme for 2015 explores how the study, teaching and promotion of history in Aotearoa/New Zealand has the ability to ‘make a difference’.
Confirmed keynote speakers are Professor Kate Darian-Smith (University of Melbourne), Professor Dame Anne Salmond (University of Auckland) and Professor Paul Ward (University of Huddersfield).
We’d like to thank all our members for their continued support. Our subscription year runs from 1 July to 30 June, and it is now time to renew your membership subscription. Please pay by 30 September 2015.
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Here are some further notes from Ruth MacEachern at the National Library:
Treaty on the Ground conference
6 - 8 July 2015, Auckland
See the website for details: http://wired.ivvy.com/event/TW2015/
The History Department & The Jewish Federation
of New Zealand
23 June 2015
Tuesday 23 June 5.30pm.
University of Canterbury, Kirkwood Village, KD05
PHANZA workshop (Auckland) - Register now for 'Working with…Professional Historians accessing and working with information'Submitted by Karen Astwood on Sat, 06/20/2015 - 22:09
Professional Historians accessing and working with information
The Auckland branch of the Professional Historians' Association of New Zealand/Aotearoa will be holding a one-day symposium of workshops on how to access and use information historians use in their day-to-day work. Speakers will talk for approximately 45 minutes at each session, leaving 15 minutes for questions and discussion.
As you are aware, under the Public Records Act 2005, members of the public have the opportunity to comment on recommendations for the disposal of records.
This notification is to advise you of the following Intention to Dispose. More information is available on the Archives New Zealand website:
Appraisal ID: 20141887
Notification of draft of collections policy and plans
The National Library of New Zealand is reviewing its collections policy and refreshing the various plans that guide its collecting activity, including that of the Alexander Turnbull Library. We are seeking feedback from a wide range of interested parties and invite Professional Historians Association of New Zealand members to provide written comment on the available drafts that are relevant to your interests. Your views will be considered together with others received during the consultation period.
The Alexander Turnbull Library is offering our popular introductory oral history workshops in Auckland. Please share this information through your networks. A flyer with registration form is attached.
These workshops are for people considering using oral history in their work, community or personal projects.
The Essentials of Oral History Research
This is a two-day course
The call for papers for the Australia and New Zealand History of Education Society (ANZHES) annual Conference, Victoria University of Wellington on 4-6 December 2015, is now out and can be found at http://www.anzhes.com/conferences.html. The theme this year is "Intersecting and Contested Histories of Education" and we would welcome presenters with an interdisciplinary approach.
Email title, abstracts (max 250 words), name and affiliation to Suzanne.firstname.lastname@example.org by 31 July 2015.