Teaching in all subjects is informed by the research undertaken by Faculty academic staff. The Faculty takes advantage of its capital city location through its links that include Government, the National Museum of New Zealand Te Papa, Archives New Zealand, the National Library and numerous theatres and art galleries.
See how arts graduate Arden Perrot learned he could make a difference not only in his own life but also in other people's lives, through education.
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The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences is known for achieving excellence in research in many disciplinary areas and is the home of many internationally acclaimed researchers.
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The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences congratulates graduate Eleanor Catton whose novel The Luminaries has won the prestigious Man Booker Prize 2013.
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See how studying law and religious studies has given Karin McCracken a deeper understanding of how other people see the world.
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