Welcome to the School of Art History, Classics and Religious Studies
Art History, Classics, Religious Studies and Museum and Heritage Studies are scholarly disciplines that explore the cultural, artistic, textual and religious traditions that have shaped our world. Whether studying the ancient past or the present, research and teaching in these disciplines examines the beliefs, texts, rituals and creative activities that give depth and meaning to human existence.
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- Sep11Mark Masterson Book Launch
Date: 11 September 2015
Time: 5.00 pm
Venue: Classics Museum, Level 5, Old Kirk Building
Come and celebrate the recent release of Mark Masterson's book 'Man to Man: Desire, Homosociality,… Read more about Mark Masterson Book Launch
- Sep22-24FIHRM 2015 Access is a Human Right Conference
Date: 22–24 September 2015
Time: 8.45 am
E ngā mana, e ngā reo, e ngā maunga, e ngā awa, e ngā mātāwaka,… Read more about FIHRM 2015 Access is a Human Right Conference
- Sep23Public LecturesMichael Volkerling Memorial Lecture
Date: 23 September 2015
Time: 6.00 pm
Venue: Soundings Theatre, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
Professor Richard Sandell from the School of Museum Studies at the University of Leicester will… Read more about Michael Volkerling Memorial Lecture
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Jaimee recently completed her MA in Classics
'The beauty of studying Classics is you get to learn about everything from language and politics through to literature and art.' Read more
Art History Summer Course: Art and Place
A new Art History course, Art and Place, will run for seven weeks during December 2015 and January/February 2016. Read more
Cuba Character - Stories from the Street
Q: What does an elephant race, Charlotte Brontë’s bestie and good coffee all have in common?
A: Cuba Street
Exhibition at the Turnbull Gallery from 17 August until 11 September.
Royal Society of New Zealand Marsden Grant 2014 to 2017
Associate Professor Joseph Bulbulia has been awarded NZD $769,000 in a highly competitive Royal Society of New Zealand Marsden Grant to enrich the New Zealand Attitudes and Values Study (NZAVS) coverage of religion and spirituality at the level of communities across New Zealand. Read More