Faculty of Arts
Teaching Māori history must not be simply a spray tan to brown up the past
16 September 2019
Opinion: Dr Aroha Harris looks at the recent announcement that New Zealand history will be a compulsory subject in schools by 2022.
University of Auckland regains place in elite global top 200
12 September 2019
The University of Auckland has regained its place in the world’s top 200 Universities, according to the Times Higher Education (THE) International rankings released today.
Rare chance to learn from a master
11 September 2019
A recent masterclass with leading theorist Professor Walter Mignolo was an inspiring experience for postgraduate students in Art History and Fine Arts.
Te Wiki o te Reo Māori
9 September 2019
It's Te Wiki o te Reo Māori, and there are a range of events, activities and resources on offer at the University.
Getting more New Zealanders into important rooms around the world
6 September 2019
Business leader and advocate Phil O'Reilly has funded a $5,000 annual scholarship to grow global public policy knowledge in young New Zealanders.
The Brexit bus just blew a gasket
5 September 2019
Opinion: Neal Curtis explains the blow to Boris Johnson of the vote in the UK Parliament against his determination to lead the country into a no-deal Brexit.
Worst thing about ‘Book of Mormon’ musical is the racism
5 September 2019
Opinion: A show coming to Auckland depicting white US missionaries and ‘childishly gullible’ indigenous people in Africa is bigoted and offensive, says Melissa Inouye.
Global thinkers to talk trade in Auckland
4 September 2019
Opinion: Insight into disruptions facing trade policy will be shared by international experts at a Public Policy Institute event this week, writes Rob Scollay.
Brave new digital world – are we ready?
30 August 2019
An avalanche of technological breakthroughs has already changed how we do things, so where will that leave the global workforce?
Helen Clark – keeping the end goal in sight
19 August 2019
Universities have a crucial part to play in making the world a more inclusive and sustainable place, says the Rt Hon. Helen Clark.
Time for New Zealand to act like a Pacific nation
7 August 2019
New Zealand needs to adapt to a Pacific future that is already here. That is the message from University of Auckland Pro-Vice Chancellor Pacific, Damon Salesa, who is one of 20 academics taking part in Raising the Bar 2019.
Decolonising our thinking
5 August 2019
A founding thinker in the field of Decolonial Studies, Professor Walter Mignolo from Duke University will feature in two free public events at the University of Auckland this month.