General Notices

Archives New Zealand intention to dispose - Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Management

Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Management - Appraisal Report

The Chief Archivist, under Section 20(2) of the Public Records Act 2005, has given public notice of her intention to dispose of the public records described in the Appraisal Report, by posting them on the Archives New Zealand website via: http://archives.govt.nz/advice/intentions-dispose

2014 ASCP Annual Conference (ACU Melb), submissions close: Friday 3 October 2014

Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy 2014

Australian Catholic University, 4-6 December

www.acu.edu.au/ascp2014

 

JD Stout Lecture 2014 - The Waikato War: Myth, History and the ‘Art of Forgetting’

The JD Stout Lecture 2014

 

Vincent O’Malley

JD Stout Fellow 2014

 

will present

The Waikato War: Myth, History and the ‘Art of Forgetting’

Collective memories, like individual ones, can be selective. We sometimes choose what we remember. And those choices are often instructive. But as scholars have also noted, there is an art to forgetting.

 

4th Australasian Engineering Heritage Conference - Call for Papers closes 26 September 2014

Conference theme: Engineering, Heritage and Nature: Finding the Right Balance.

Held at Lincoln University, 24-26 November 2014, the 4th Australasian Engineering Heritage Conference will bring together engineers, heritage professionals, historians, planners and policy makers, stakeholders, students and researchers.

The organisers are now calling for papers - visit the conference website for more information: http://www.ipenz.org.nz/heritage/Conference2014/Papers.cfm

Te Māori Exhibition: 30 Years On, Wed 10 Sep 2014, 12.15pm–1.15pm, Te Ihomatua Gallery, Level 4, Te Papa

Te Māori Exhibition: 30 Years On

When:
Wed 10 Sep 2014,  12.15pm–1.15pm
Where:
Te Ihomatua Gallery, Level 4
Cost:
Free entry
Type:
Talk

Piri Sciascia, Waana Davis, and Arapata Hakiwai recall their involvement with the Te Maori exhibition, which toured the United States to sensational acclaim in 1984–86. The speakers reflect on the long-term impact of this watershed exhibition on its 30th anniversary.

Timetable for symposium: "A massive colonial experiment": New Zealand architectural history in the 1840s.

Friday 5th December 2014 at the School of Architecture/Te Wāhanga Waihanga,Victoria University/Te Whare Wānanga o te Ūpoko o te Ika a Māui, Wellington.

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

Upcoming Stout Research Centre Research Round-Up Seminar Series 2014

Research Round-Up Seminar Series 2014

Our next seminar series begins with the JD Stout Fellow Annual Lecture, followed by our
resident scholars presenting their research.

24 September  JD Stout Lecture 2014
Vincent O’Malley
The Waikato War: Myth, History and the ‘Art of Forgetting’

1 October    Simon Nathan
The Changing Face of James Hector

8 October  Ingrid Horrocks
‘Something else is going on, an interaction, an exchange’: Martin Edmond’s
Explorations in Biography

15 October  Therese Crocker