A conference reflecting on 25 years of NZSL interpreting, teaching, and development.
Ocha no Jikan (Japanese Tea Time) is run by students and is open to all AUT and Auckland University students, Japanese exchange students, Japanese nationals and secondary school students of Japanese.
A free event for National Poetry Day, and a competition for emerging poets.
The Visiting Writers Programme connects you to experienced authors, giving you the opportunity to engage in discussions with them about the production of their work. The next session in the series features Michael Donaldson, freelance writer and editor.
This is the opening lecture for 'Ipu ki uta, ihu ki tai', the ST PAUL St Gallery 2017 Symposium. Dr Carl Te Hira Mika’s essay, Overcoming Being in Favour of Knowledge, is the basis for this keynote presentation addressing the terms ‘whakapapa’, ‘whaunanga’ and ‘ira’, troubling a reductive translation of matauranga as 'knowledge', and the corresponding idea that things may be known definitely. The keynote, Dealing with the indivisible: A Māori philosophy of mystery, raises the counter-colonial potential of mystery and Being in relation to the concepts of wellbeing, self-sovereignty and the sovereignty of things in the world.
Free and all welcome.
A world authority on language policies, Professor Joseph Lo Bianco draws on 35 years of engagement on national language planning with a range of societies, to offer his views on the way forward for Aotearoa New Zealand.
Last updated: 10-Apr-2017 11.28am
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