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Latest news from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Master of Journalism graduate selected for prestigious Logan Nonfiction Program
Master of Journalism graduate Charlotte Graham-McLay has been selected to be part of the prestigious Logan Nonfiction Program, normally run in New...
JSANZ award for most caring lecturer
Mr Toshiaki Yamauchi was recently given an important award by Japanese Studies Aotearoa New Zealand, an association of tertiary-level Japanese...
Massey novelist wins prestigious award
Dr Laura Jean McKay from Massey University's College of Humanities and Social Sciences, has just won one of the world's most prestigious science...
Celebrating 25 years of Spanish language at Massey
Food, language and cultural encounters are just some of the interesting topics students have been learning since the Spanish Language Programme...
Managing our wellbeing in latest COVID-19 lockdown
Clinical psychologist Dr Kirsty Ross offers advice on how we can emotionally navigate the latest COVID-19 outbreak and Alert Level 4 lockdown.
Books offer new angles on diverse Anglo-Indian identities
Two new books are the latest culmination of social anthropologist Dr Robyn Andrew's extensive research on Anglo-Indian communities: their...
Symposium explores stigma and discrimination in COVID-19 response
Has the pandemic response sparked discrimination against ethnic groups in Aotearoa? It is one of the important questions to be explored at a two-day...
What makes NZ tick? – a sociologist’s 40-year journey
How racist are we? What's driving changes to the way we work, live and have families? What does it mean to grow old these days? - all issues that...