The latest news from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.

  • Stevie Hancox-Monk as Hamlet

    Hamlet, Summer Shakespeare 2019

    Sponsored by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Victoria University of Wellington, this year’s Summer Shakespeare production is a powerful contemporary take on Hamlet.

  • Theatre students performing as part of the 6 Degrees Festival

    6 Degrees Festival

    Theatre students from Victoria University of Wellington’s Master of Fine Arts (Creative Practice) programme presented a season of work—6 Degrees Festival—to the public last week. For the first time, these MFA(CP) works were shown at BATS Theatre.

  • (L-R) Professor Jennifer Windsor (Pro Vice-Chancellor of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences) with Lily Pare Hall-Butcher

    Top Māori student for FHSS recognised

    Lily Pare Hall-Butcher (Ngāi Te Rangi) has been acknowledged as the top Māori undergraduate student for the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Te Wāhanga Aronui in a ceremony at Te Herenga Waka marae.

  • (L-R) Dean Broughton, Jamie Hawkins Elder, Professor Charlotte Macdonald, Hayden Thorne

    A shared passion for the past

    Three students will celebrate their passion for the past when they graduate with a Master of Arts (MA) in History from Victoria University of Wellington this month.