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Te Puna Aronui | We have a demonstrated record of excellence in teaching and research, driven by our belief that the humanities are of intrinsic value to society today.
We have the strongest concentration of award-winning humanities scholars in Aotearoa New Zealand, venturing beyond boundaries to explore what makes us human.
Contact advisers and discipline convenors, and find people in the School of Humanities.
We study how people, past and present, use art, literature, contemplation and action to bring meaning to life.
What's going on in the Faculty of Arts.
We host the Auckland History Initiative, Shakespeare fellows and writers-in-residence, publish journals and websites, and put on performances.
A selection of forms and guides available for students.
Get a taste of what it's like studying Humanities as our lecturers tackle a range of issues from different academic perspectives.
Art History is the study of visual images and objects.
Study the history and culture of ancient Greece and Rome, and Pharaonic Egypt.
You can combine the literary study of drama with experience in all aspects of performance.
English involves the study of texts of all kinds.
Learning Ancient Greek can provide you with access to Greek literature and thought in the original language.
History gives you an insight into the forces that have shaped our world and ourselves.
Latin was the language of the ancient Romans, and for 1500 years the principal international language of Europe.
Logic and Computation is the study of the development of computer languages.
Media, Film and Television offers you the opportunity to explore audiovisual and digital media.
Museums and Cultural Heritage develops an understanding of museums and heritage practices in visual and material culture.
Philosophy examines fundamental questions about human nature and our place in the world.
Screen Production provides an intensive, film school-style experience for future writers, directors and producers of drama and documentary films.
Religion is complex, always changing, and is key to understanding how people think and act both locally and globally.
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