The New Zealand Federation of Graduate Women scholarship for PhD research that will enhance the status of women in New ZealandSubmitted by Marguerite Hill on Mon, 02/04/2013 - 00:33
The New Zealand Federation of Graduate Women has set up a scholarship to encourage a woman to conduct PhD research that will enhance the status of women in New Zealand. If you have been considering doctoral research, and are interested in a topic that would meet this requirement, please consider applying to the School of Information Management's PhD programme. For more information about the School's requirements, and to discuss whether your topic is suitable, please contact Dan Dorner, the Director of our Research Degrees programme (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The inaugural Lilburn Research Fellowship for 2013 has been awarded to Philip Norman of Christchurch.Submitted by Marguerite Hill on Tue, 01/29/2013 - 03:31
LILBURN RESEARCH FELLOW ANNOUNCED
The inaugural Lilburn Research Fellowship for 2013 has been awarded to Philip Norman of Christchurch.
The Lilburn Research Fellowship is a collaborative venture between the Lilburn Trust - established by composer Douglas Lilburn in 1984 - and the Alexander Turnbull Library. The Trust has provided a competitive grant of $70,000 which will be awarded biennially. The Turnbull Library provides a base from which the Fellow can research collections, especially the Archive of New Zealand Music.
Save the date: 19 November 2013 - PHANZA will hold a one-day workshop at the University of Otago (in connection with the NZHA conference)Submitted by Marguerite Hill on Wed, 01/23/2013 - 22:25
Public history workshop, 19 November 2013
PHANZA will hold a one-day workshop at the University of Otago, with sessions on the theory and practice of public history in New Zealand. The workshop is part of a broad group of history conferences, which includes the New Zealand Historical Association Conference, the Australian and New Zealand Law and History Association conference, and workshops on maritime history and religious history.
The call for papers will be made in May 2013
Please see link below for further details
New collections of late 19th century letters by and about James Hector, Julius Haast, F.W. Hutton and Walter Mantell that are now available online
The Journal of New Zealand Studies is now available online:
We have now launched the completely rebuilt New Zealand Military Historical Society website www.nzmhs.org.nz
You can now get in touch with the NZMHS more easily, get updates on events and activities, see Galleries of collections, artefacts and historical material and browse the index of our journal The Volunteers.
CALL FOR PAPERS Rethinking the Great War - Is there anything new that can be said about the First World War? - 2013 conference to be held at the Stout Research CentreSubmitted by Marguerite Hill on Mon, 11/26/2012 - 04:05
Rethinking the Great War
Is there anything new that can be said about the First World War?
Armed Constabulary and Militia members (1863-1871) is now live at http://www.aucklandcity.govt.nz/dbtw-wpd/armedconstab/armedconstabulary.html .