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, which is available on the Archives New Zealand website from today:
Appraisal ID: 20103387
Stout Research Centre Seminar Series (Wellington) - Greg O’Brien 'Onshore and undersea/towards a reimagining of oceanic space'Submitted by Karen Astwood on Thu, 04/28/2016 - 08:03
‘The Sea’ Seminar Series'
Onshore and undersea/towards a reimagining of oceanic space
‘As far as I am concerned, anyone who has lived in our region and is committed to Oceania is an Oceanian.’
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 latest issue of the Memory of the World NZ newsletter is now on their website:
Content includes the news that they are now calling for submissions to the Memory of the World New Zealand register for 2016 and an update about the call for new nominations to the International register:
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.
Open the attachment below to read about the UNESCO Memory of the World New Zealand documentary heritage register inscriptions from this year.
Sir Edmund Hillary Archive inscribed on UNESCO Memory of the World International Register
Sir Edmund Hillary’s archive of personal papers, photographs, audio visual material and documents has been inscribed on the UNESCO Memory of the World International register of documentary heritage for 2015.
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.
Jock Phillips has blogged about the joint PHANZA, Massey and Te Manawa conference held on 16 May.