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The Air Force Museum of New Zealand is preparing a new exhibition.

The First World War was the most destructive conflict the world had ever seen. Over four years, the political map of Europe was redrawn and empires and governments were overthrown. 17 million people died and 20 million more were injured in mind or body.

The call for papers for Canterbury 100's upcoming conference has now closed. Thank you to everyone who submitted an abstract. The committee looks forward to reading your submissions.

Saturday 2 September, 1pm, Lecture Theatre 105, Law Building, University of Canterbury

A symposium hosted by the Department of Art History & Theory, free entry

Exploring visual practices of remembrance in Aotearoa New Zealand during the decade after the end of World War One, this symposium examines the production and consumption of commemorative images and objects in national and local contexts, and public and private settings.

A new exhibition displaying the work of Christchurch architect Samuel Hurst Seager (1855–1933) as the designer of New Zealand’s First World War battlefield memorials is now open in the Matariki Gallery at the University of Canterbury. 

The gallery is open 9-5pm, Monday to Friday.

The exhibition runs until 4 September 2017.

For more information click here.

The Call for papers for the New Zealand Historical Association's biennial conference are now open.

They welcome submissions along 2 main themes: Aotearo - New Zealand and Tāmaki Makaurau - Auckland.

More details are available on the conference website http://historiesmeet.org/ 

The final keynote for the Reflections Conference 22-23 November 2018 has been confirmed.

Dr. Santanu Das

We are pleased to announce our second keynote has been confirmed for the Reflections Conference 22-23 November 2018.

The first keynote speaker for the Reflections Conference on 22-23 November 2018 has been confirmed.

Dr. Tim Cook, C.M.

Canterbury 100 is hosting a conference in 2018. The call for papers is now up and keynotes will be announced shortly. 

You can read the call for papers here: http://www.canterbury100.org.nz/conference-reflections-commemoration-world-war-one

Our exhibition at the Air Force Museum will be closing in July 2017 to make room for exciting new projects. Come see the exhibition while it is still up.

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