A young woman discovering the intricacies of the ancient tea ceremony is the theme of a 2018 Japanese film to screen in February - the first of 2020's free monthly Japanese films at Massey University's Auckland campus in Albany.
Historian and journalist Dick Scott, author of the ground-breaking story of Parihaka, Ask That Mountain, is being remembered for his contribution to sparking a change in Pākehā consciousness about colonialism.
A New Zealand linguist has launched a series of children's books she co-wrote in Gamilaraay - an endangered Aboriginal language she is working to revive using mostly digital technology in collaboration with a community in New South Wales.
Geography, sociology, philosophy students and staff will swap lecture theatres for the wilderness this summer to use aerial and underwater drones for a film revealing land use, environmental issues and human-environment relationships in Aotearoa.
Learning another language can take years of commitment and effort amid our busy lives. A new online learning innovation pairing students face-to-face with native speakers is helping to speed up progress.
A Massey student has been awarded a He Whai Mātauranga (In Pursuit of Knowledge) Scholarship established by the British High Commission to help reconnect Māori taonga within UK institutions to Aotearoa New Zealand.
To mark World Philosophy Day (November 21) Māori philosopher Dr Krushil Watene is keen to highlight the work of her colleagues and students, who she says are demonstrating the value of philosophical thought in solving some of society's most urgent problems.
Very few people alive today can recall a time when there were no women in Parliament. Feminist historian Dr Jenny Coleman's book explores the people and stories behind the law introduced 100 years ago allowing women to stand for Parliament.
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