In this instalment of ‘10 questions with’ we chat with Dr Susan Wardell about her recently published book, Living in the Tension: Care, Selfhood, and Wellbeing Among Faith-based Youth Workers (2018, Carolina Academic Press).
ASAA/NZ is hosting a Post Graduate Event at this year’s conference. It will be a great opportunity for anthropology post grad students to get together, socialise, and have an informal and relaxed discussion with our keynote speaker, Carole McGranahan.
Stirring Up Silence: Mahi Tahi is an interactive presentation that will be held at the ASAA/NZ Conference on 6-7 December 2018. This is open to all who wish to engage with Māori student perspectives and experiences of anthropology. It will centre Māori student voices and hopes to generate a broad conversation within anthropology in Aotearoa.
The Society of Medical Anthropology in Aotearoa (SOMAA) Symposium will be held in the Wood Seminar Room (OK 406) at Victoria University of Wellington’s Kelburn Campus on 5 December 2018.
We are pleased to invite applications to the Kākano Fund from students enrolled during 2018 in a degree course for a BA Hons or MA in Social and/or Cultural Anthropology (consideration will also be given to PhD students if funding permits). Applications are due by 31 October 2018.
In this episode of ‘10 questions with …’ we chat with with Associate Professor Jenny Bryant-Tokalau about her new book Indigenous Pacific Approaches to Climate Change: Pacific Island Countries (2018), which is a companion to Dr Lyn Carter’s recently released book.
Registration for the 2018 ASAA/NZ Conference, ‘Improvising Lives,’ is now open. The conference will be held on 6-7 December at Massey University’s Wellington Campus, Wallace Street, Mt Cook, Wellington.
The Sites Editorial Board is delighted to announce that Mika Young, a third year student majoring in Anthropology at the University of Otago, is the winner of the 2018 Sites Senior Student Essay Competition.
The call for papers for the ASAA/NZ 2018 Conference ‘Improvising Lives’ has been extended to 15 August 2018.
In this installment of '10 questions with ...' we chat with Professor Cris Shore about his latest book, Death of the Public University? Uncertain Futures for Higher Education in the Knowledge Economy, co-edited with Professor Susan Wright (2017).
Join Dr Catherine Trundle for a free workshop to create erasure poems out of famous anthropology texts during National Poetry Day on Friday 24 August 2018.
Congratulations to Kris Finlayson and Andrea Merino Oritz, who have won Kākano Fund Awards in the first round for 2018.
In this installment of '10 questions with ...' we chat with Associate Professor Susanna Trunk about recently released book, One Blue Child: Asthma, Responsibility, and the Politics of Global Health (2017).
In this short piece, 2017 Kākano Fund Award Winner Jess Carter reflects on the messy identity work involved in doing research with Christians as a practising non-Christian.
ASAA/NZ is delighted to announce the launch of Mahi Tahi: Māori and Anthropology in Aotearoa New Zealand, a new open-access initiative.
We are pleased to invite applications to the Kākano Fund from students enrolled during 2018 in a degree course for a BA Hons or MA in Social and/or Cultural Anthropology (consideration will also be given to PhD students if funding permits). Applications are due by 31 May 2018.
The call for papers for the ASAA/NZ 2018 Conference ‘Improvising Lives,’ to be held at Massey University's Wellington campus on 6-7 December, is now open. Paper proposals are due by 1 August 2018.
The 2018 SITES senior student essay competition is now calling for entries, with a deadline of 29 June 2018.
A/Prof Jacqui Leckie has been named 2018 Stout Research Centre JD Stout Fellow.
ASAA/NZ is pleased to announce the 2017 recipients of the Dr Cyril Timo Schäfer Memorial Graduate Student Conference Presentation Awards.