In this edition of '10 questions with ...' we spoke with Hayley Aikman, who is currently studying towards an Honours degree in Cultural Anthropology at Victoria University of Wellington.
On Thursday 11 May, the Cultural Anthropology Programme at Victoria University of Wellington is hosting a full-day Anthropology in Aotearoa Symposium (registrations required).
In the final of his four-part series on Public Anthropology, Josh Connolly discusses public anthropology in the context of Aotearoa New Zealand.
In part three of his four-part series on public anthropology, Josh Connolly reflects upon what sets anthropology apart from journalism.
In part two of this four-part series on Public Anthropology, Josh Connolly addresses the question: Why is public anthropology relevant now?
In this first of four blog posts on public anthropology, Josh Connolly traces the history of the term.
Dylan Gaffney, from the University of Otago's Department of Anthropology and Archaeology, received a Kākano Fund Award earlier this year. In this post he reflects on how this award enabled him to share his findings with his research participants in Papua New Guinea.
Recently on a rainy Wellington morning I sat down with Lorena Gibson and Catherine Trundle to discuss the Cultural Anthropology at Victoria University of Wellington Facebook page they run. Below I share a slightly edited transcript of our interview.
This post continues our series on public anthropology in Aotearoa New Zealand. This week we profile Dr Catherine Trundle from Victoria University of Wellington.
This post continues our series on public anthropology in Aotearoa New Zealand. This week we profile Robyn Andrews and her work with Anglo-Indians.
Public anthropology engages a wide range of audiences beyond academia, and directly addresses pressing contemporary debates and issues of public concern. In this series compiled by Catherine Trundle, we showcase a range of public anthropologists and their work in Aotearoa New Zealand.