Journals, initiatives, fellowships and performances

We host the Auckland History Initiative, Shakespeare fellows and writers-in-residence, publish journals and websites, and put on performances.

The annual Dr Alice Griffin Shakespearean Fellowship brings experts in Shakespearean studies to the University of Auckland.

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The University of Auckland Residency enables a writer to reside for six months of the year at the Michael King Writers Centre in Devonport.

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The AHI seeks to engage with the historical and cultural development of Tāmaki Makaurau/Auckland and its importance to New Zealand life and beyond.

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Histeria! is an annual publication that showcases the best in undergraduate writing in History.

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A collaborative project between the Universities of Auckland, Sheffield and Leeds that explores rape culture, religion and the Bible.

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Our Drama students stage a number of productions, showcasing their talents in directing, playwriting, acting and designing.

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The New Zealand Journal of History is the leading historical journal published in New Zealand.

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The New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre (nzepc) is an electronic gateway to poetry resources in Aotearoa/New Zealand and the Pacific region.

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Distinguished Professor Brian Boyd's comprehensive, internationally-acclaimed bibliography and annotation to Nabokov's novel Ada.

Ada Online