8.0429 Conf: New Zealand Historical Assn (1/46)

Fri, 31 Mar 1995 04:37:43 EST

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 8, No. 0429. Friday, 31 Mar 1995.

Date: Thu, 30 Mar 1995 18:11:34 +1200
From: glyn.parry@vuw.ac.nz
Subject: Conference announcement (please x-post)

The New Zealand Historical Association announces its annual conference, to
be held 8-11 February 1996 in the Hunter Building, Victoria University of
Wellington, New Zealand.
The Conference Title is :

"History Here and Now/ He Korero Tawhito He Korero Hou"
20 or 40 minute papers, workshops, and round table discussions, are invited
on the following themes:

I: 'Constructing ourselves through history/ Nga tini korero o te whakatutangata'
(The different forms history is taking through different media).

II: 'Locations and identity: contrasting and competing identities/
Turangawaewae e: takiri atu takiri mai. Aue. aue !'
(Colonialism and imperialism, collective and competing group identities,
views of New Zealand in and from the Pacific).

The chronological span of the conference is envisaged as very broad, from
early Pacific migrations through the first appearance of Europeans in the
region and up to the present day.

Conference enquiries to:
Charlotte Macdonald, History Department, Victoria University of Wellington
Manuka Henare, School of Maori Studies, Victoria University of Wellington
and for enquiries relating to pre-1800 European topics:
Glyn Parry, History Department, Victoria University of Wellington

Organised by the New Zealand Historical Association and Te Pouhere Korero,
in conjunction with the Archives and Records Association (ARANZ), the
Professional Historians' Association (PHANZA), the National Oral History
Association (NOHANZ) and the New Zealand Early Modern Studies Association
Glyn Parry
Office: (04) 472 1000 x 8363
History Department
Home: (04) 385 3509
Victoria University of Wellington Fax:
(04) 471 2070
PO Box 600
Wellington, New Zealand
'The recognition of ignorance is the beginning of education'