Tāmaki Herenga Waka: Where Histories Meet

We are pleased to announce the conference programme is now available. If you have any concerns about the scheduling of your presentation please contact Jennifer.ashton@auckland.ac.nz. Click on the button below to access the detailed programme. A programme outline follows.

Programme Here

 28 November:  Pre-conference Events

Graduate Day, Waipapa Marae, University of Auckland. Commences 9:00am. Please register when you register for the conference.

Walking Tour of Symonds Street Cemetery, commences 2:30pm at Symonds Street, or depart at 2:00 from the university.  This event is now booked out. To add your name to a wait list please email jennifer.ashton@auckland.ac.nz.

An Evening with James Belich at the Auckland Museum, 6:00pm. Please register your interest by emailing nzhawebmaster@gmail.com, with ‘Belich @ the Museum’ in the subject line.

29 November: Conference Day One

8:30   Registration opens

9:45   Powhiri, Waipapa Marae. Please assemble at 9:30

Conference opening

Wiremu Maihi Te Rangikāheke Memorial Lecture, Dr Monty Soutar

Lunch

Concurrent sessions

5:00   Wobblies of the World book launch

5:45   Celebrating 50 Years of NZJH, keynote panel and reception

 30 November: Conference Day Two

8:45   Concurrent Sessions begin

5:30   J C Beaglehole Lecture, Dame Claudia Orange

7:00   Conference dinner (includes announcement of History Awards)

1 December: Conference Day Three

8:45   Concurrent sessions begin

11:15 Keynote: Professor Mary Jane McCallum

Poroporoaki

12:45 Lunch

1:30   AGM

Guidelines for Presenters:
Individual presenters should prepare to speak for no more than 20 minutes each, shorter if you are in a panel session of four.

Almost all sessions will be 90 minutes long, including question time, with three presenters in each, and four for some panels.
Each presentation will be followed by questions.
Roundtable and panel sessions may vary from this standard format.
All sessions will be chaired, and the time kept.

All rooms are equipped with projectors and e-lecterns.

 

 

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