School of Humanities news

Disarmament campaigner in social entrepreneur role
Tuesday 22 May 2018
Disarmament activist Thomas Nash been appointed the first Social Entrepreneur-in-Residence for the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Massey University.
Top prize to historian for King Country saga
Monday 23 April 2018
A book on race relations in 19th century King Country has won historian Professor Michael Belgrave the prestigious 2018 Ernest Scott Prize for the best Australasian history publication.
Local history tells a bigger story – Whanganui series
Friday 13 April 2018
New Zealand soldiers - from heroes to conmen - who served in other countries' armies during WWI is the topic of a public seminar on April 17 by eminent historian Professor Glyn Harper.
NZ Spanish language teachers off to Colombia
Thursday 29 March 2018
Secondary school Spanish language teachers from across New Zealand are about to add a Colombian accent to their teaching techniques.
Free lectures offer cultural intelligence you can use
Monday 29 January 2018
What do politicians' State of the Nation speeches tell us? Will cyber-terrorism or North Korea be the biggest threats to security? How will a culturally diverse society hold together? Can mindfulness, poetry or religion be our secret weapons to cope with it all?
Compassion fatigue low in wildlife carers
Wednesday 24 January 2018
A survey of New Zealanders who work and volunteer as wildlife rehabilitators has found that most are able to keep a healthy balance despite the pressures of the role.
Four books by Massey authors on Ockham longlist
Thursday 30 November 2017
Four books by Massey authors have been the longlisted for the 2018 Ockham New Zealand Book Awards.
US historian on memory and images of WWI
Wednesday 22 November 2017
What people see matters more than what they read, according to renowned United States World War One historian, Emeritus Professor Jay Winter, in regard to war images and accounts.
Women philosophers on the rise
Thursday 16 November 2017
The clichéd image of a philosopher is a mature white man, bearded and bald, chin cupped in hand. Statistics confirm male dominance in the field, but Massey University is bucking the trend with a rise in women philosophers.
Cosmetics to candidates - critical thinking a must
Wednesday 15 November 2017
From choosing shampoo to who to vote for, we are constantly bombarded with reasons to believe in or do something.

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