The economics of the comedy industry, humour in lockdown, and understanding what kind of jokes are OK at work are all topics under serious consideration by scholars attending a conference on humour at Massey University's Wellington campus this week.
Teaching French online during lockdown, literary translation, and forging closer ties to secondary schools were among hot topics at the annual French Inter-University Seminar hosted this year by Massey University.
Islamist inspired terrorism has reared its head again in Europe with the brutal slaying of a school teacher in Paris. But there has been barely a murmur out of New Zealanders. Do we only care about terrorism if it happens to us?
Philosopher and ethics specialist Dr Vanessa Schouten says the acceptance of the assisted dying legislation shows that Kiwis are willing to make room for others to live by values they might not share themselves.
Massey University and the MidCentral District Health Board | Te Pae Hauora o Ruahine o Tararua have signed a deal that will help address the growing demands in the health sector to increase knowledge of te reo Māori.
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