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Historian leaves bequest to Massey University

Source: Massey University Dr Alison Hanham at the farewell for retiring Associate Professor John Owens in 1992 Former Associate Professor in History Dr Alison Hanham has...

Calling young multi-lingual poets and writers

Source: Massey University Poet and creative writing lecturer Dr Jo Emeney (left) and Ros Ali want to encourage young speakers of English as a second...

Can the arts transform our prisons?

Source: Massey University Theatre studies lecturer Dr Rand Hazou, organiser of the Performing Arts and Justice Symposium. Dr Amie Dowling  Dr Reginold Daniels A symposium exploring the power...

Lessons from NZ for indigenous scientists in Chile

Source: Massey University Professor Marta Silva, from Universidad Austral de Chile, with Associate Professor Nick Roskruge. Finding out how Māori knowledge (mātauranga) and cultural perspectives and...

Information lab to improve NZ society

Source: Massey University Massey researchers and students can now use the Integrated Data Infrastructure laboratory on the Wellington campus, to gain greater and more in-depth...

War historian honoured with museum medal

Source: Massey University (from left) John McIntyre, president – Auckland Museum Institute; Orchid Artimalala – Auckland Museum Trust Board; Professor Glyn Harper and David Gaimster –...

Opinion: Free speech or ‘no platform’? – a classicist’s plea

Source: Massey University Nero, a Roman emporer and tyrant who silenced dissidents (image/Wikimedia Commons) This illiberal trend is a betrayal of the heritage of free thought,...

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