Faculty of Arts
Beware the ‘forgotten’ war
27 July 2021
Opinion: NZ must consider risks and opportunities presented by the fragile Korean armistice and be aware of shifting East Asia power balances, writes Stephen Hoadley.
Pregnant New Zealand women need mental health support
19 July 2021
The first-ever study to look at anti-depressant use and symptoms of depression in pregnant New Zealand women has identified unmet need for antenatal mental health support.
A greater success than winning
17 July 2021
Opinion: In the wake of racist attacks on England players in the EURO 2020 final, Neal Curtis explains vindication of those players was a much more important victory.
Society’s problem with femininity
11 July 2021
Opinion: In a masculine-dominated society, masculinisation pays big dividends. Ciara Cremin explains why she thinks this has its origins in a psychological disorder.
The disadvantage passed down through generations
10 July 2021
Opinion: Felicia Low explains why we need a population-based approach to help alleviate stress in pregnant women - especially those of lower socioeconomic status.
Dr Ngāpare Hopa awarded Elsdon Best Memorial medal
9 July 2021
An eminent Māori scholar has been recognised for her outstanding career.
Literary inspiration just what the doctor ordered
8 July 2021
Reflection, connection and a creative response to what it’s like to be a human in a hospital is the idea behind an innovative collaboration between the University of Auckland and the Auckland District Health Board (ADHB).
Dame Anne Salmond: Iwi vs Kiwi
7 July 2021
Opinion: In a five-part series for Newsroom Dame Anne Salmond reflects on a new institutional order for NZ which takes account of the Treaty of Waitangi and whakapapa.
Andreas Neef: We need to open our eyes to the dark side of tourism
1 July 2021
Covid-19 has had a major impact on tourism. Professor Andreas Neef says it's a good time to have a rethink about the type of tourism the world needs.
Terror threat greatest from lone individuals with online support
25 June 2021
The Christchurch mosque attacks of 15 March 2019 were a “watershed moment” for New Zealand, which is now at higher risk of similar attacks than it was before.
Auckland anthropologist to lead top international journal
21 June 2021
A University of Auckland anthropologist will be the next editor-in-chief of world-renowned journal American Ethnologist.
Masculinity is a curse on men and women: new book
17 June 2021
Masculinity is a generic disorder of a sick society that afflicts both men and women alike, according to a new book by Ciara Cremin.