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December 2018

Are you Shaw? New PhD unravels playwright’s work

Although he may have once dreamed of bringing great tales to life on the silver screen, Masters of Arts graduate Iain Sutherland says he is pleased earlier dreams of becoming a screenwriter were never realised. “I discovered I much preferred… Continue Reading →

Academic promotions aplenty for Humanities staff

Seventeen University of Otago academics have been promoted to the position of professor this year, including four from the Division of Humanities. Announcing the advancements today, Vice-Chancellor Professor Harlene Hayne commended the new professors, acknowledging their hard work, dedication and… Continue Reading →

Otago historian continues winning streak

Department of History and Art History lecturer Dr Jane McCabe was named last month as the co-winner of the prestigious Ian Ward’s Prize for her book Race, Tea and Colonial Settlement, which was based on her Otago PhD thesis. Her… Continue Reading →

Otago report calls for Te Papa apology

(Above: Centre for Theology and Public Issues associate Dr Alistair Reese) A University of Otago report is calling for an apology and reparation to iwi in the wider Tauranga area affected by the takeover of Te Papa land in the… Continue Reading →

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