Faculty of Arts
Arts scholarship offers more than just financial support
23 September 2021
When Phil O’Reilly decided to establish a scholarship to grow global public policy knowledge in young New Zealanders, he knew he wanted to offer more than just financial support.
Using technologies of the future to piece together the past
20 September 2021
A world-leading project to analyse thousands of Māori stone artefacts has been funded at the University of Auckland.
When will NZ stop honouring Mustafa Kemal Atatürk?
18 September 2021
Opinion: Absent-mindedly paying tribute to Turkish dictator Mustafa Kemal Atatürk is a stain on NZ’s integrity. It's time we stopped, writes Maria Armoudian.
Better mask guidelines needed to stop Covid-19
17 September 2021
Experts are calling on the Ministry of Health to improve its mask wearing guidelines to ensure New Zealanders are protected in the wake of highly transmissible variants of Covid-19.
Mai i te whakatuapeka ki te kēhi o te kōti
13 September 2021
Ko te mahi auaha o ngā roia i kōkiri i ngā kēhi tūkino mana tangata puta noa i te ao te kaupapa o tētahi pukapuka hou nā te mātanga torangapū o Waipapa Taumata Rau a Tākuta Maria Armoudian.
Why Afghanistan was worth it
9 September 2021
Opinion: It's time to look forward with hope and generosity. Stephen Hoadley reflects on the US exit from Afghanistan and shares his expectations of the road ahead.
Smart ideas receive $24m in research funding
8 September 2021
Success for research teams across the University in country's largest contestable funding round.
Billy Apple’s legacy extends to extraordinary scientific paper with Liggins Institute
7 September 2021
Billy Apple was one of New Zealand’s most famous artists – and also co-author of one of the Liggins Institute’s most intriguing scientific papers.
How does screen time affect children?
6 September 2021
Seven out of eight Kiwi kids exceed recommended recreational screen time guidelines, but what is their significance and how should they be interpreted?
Kaumātua and kuia voices heard
2 September 2021
Opinion: The importance of kaumātua and kuia in Māori society and their role in the pandemic is recognised in research by the James Henare Māori Research Centre.
Lockdown listening from the Archive of Māori and Pacific Sound
31 August 2021
If you're tired of Netflix, how about a walk listening to a podcast from the Archive of Māori and Pacific Sound?
The Christchurch rebuild: a tale of two cities
25 August 2021
Christchurch has missed an unprecedented opportunity to rebuild itself as a green, 21st century city, according to new research.