Stout Research Centre

Stout Research Centre

The Stout Research Centre was established to encourage scholarly inquiry into New Zealand society, history and culture.

We are part of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Victoria University and offer postgraduate degrees in History, New Zealand Literature and New Zealand Studies. We host independent scholars from the community and the JD Stout Fellow.

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May7SeminarsEconomic Opportunities for Wellington
Date: 7 May 2014
Time: 4.10 pm
Dr Russel Norman - MP and Green Party Co-leader A strong economy depends on a… Read more
May8SeminarsJohn Weaver
Date: 8 May 2014
Time: 4.10 pm
Venue: Stout Research Centre 12 Waiteata Road, Kelburn
Intimate realities and historical context in suicide studies: New Zealand, 1900-2000 Social historians, medical… Read more
May14SeminarsTreaty Settlements - are they worth it? A case study of the Taranaki Whanui Settlement in Wellington
Date: 14 May 2014
Time: 4.10 pm
Venue: Room 203, 12 Waiteata Road, Kelburn Campus
Morrie Love - Chairman, Wellington Tenths Trust. A brief history of the processes through the… Read more

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26 March 2014 Book Launch - John Weaver
Sorrows of a Century - Interpreting Suicide in New Zealand, 1900-2000By John Weaver.  Read more
10 September 2013 Masters Scholarship
Masters Scholarship History of Reading in Colonial New Zealand and Australia     Read more

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Vincent O'MalleyVincent O'Malley – JD Stout Fellow

The JD Stout Fellow for 2014 is Vincent O'Malley. Vincent is working on a history of the Waikato War.
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Therese Crocker

Therese Crocker, PhD Candidate

Therese is enrolled with the Stout Centre to undertake her PhD on the Policies of the Treaty of Waitangi Settlements Process.

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