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Proverb Pathway shares wisdom of many cultures

Source: Massey University Associate Professor Gina Salapata speaking at the ceremony to launch He Kupu Rangatira – The Proverb Pathway. Massey University humanities academics have been...

New poems to preserve ‘tender moments of joy’

Source: Massey University “This is my third collection, and its themes are the things I feel most strongly about in life, really: teaching (the teacher-student...

NZ and Mexican academics discuss migration, mining, music and more

Source: Massey University Scholar from Massey University and the National Autonomous University of Mexico met online for the first International Colloquium of Mexican and New...

Opinion: Why we all need to push back against everyday racism

Source: Massey University We all need to push back against everyday bigotries and hateful views, says Dr Kevin Veale (photo/Wikimedia Commons) It is not a new...

Meditations on swimming – writer takes the plunge

Source: Massey University Associate Professor Ingrid Horrocks is launching her new book of non-fiction, ‘Where We Swim.’ (photo/Ebony Lamb) Titled Where We Swim (Victoria University Press), the non-fiction...

Taking proverbial wisdom to the streets

Source: Massey University One of the proverbs to feature in this week’s George Street Proverbs project – part of Palmerston North’s Festival of Cultures. Dr Salapata...

New Pasifika associate professors – hurdles and highlights

Source: Massey University Four new Pasifika academic promotions (from top left) are Associate Professors Siautu Alefaio, Tracie Mafile’o, Natasha Tassell-Matamua and (below) Jodie Hunter. Empowering Pasifika...
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