AOTEAROA NEW ZEALAND POLITICS NETWORK
The Aotearoa New Zealand Politics Network was established in 2014 to promote the study of Aotearoa New Zealand politics and to provide a supportive environment for post-graduates, practitioners and researchers of politics in Aotearoa.
The network holds zoom seminars regularly throughout the academic year to hear about completed, ongoing and emerging research. These meetings follow a very relaxed and informal style of engagement to encourage broad participation. We particularly encourage participation from post-graduate students, and researchers who are at any stage of their project development.
Seminars from 2021 and 2022 are listed below:
For the upcoming schedule of seminars, please email Professor Janine Hayward.
The Aotearoa Politics Network will hold a day workshop in Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington on 28 November 2022. This is the day before the online NZPSA/TKTToA conference begins. A catered lunch will be provided for those who can attend in person (Rutherford House), and Zoom will be available for those who want to attend remotely. Registration is free and we particularly welcome post-graduate students to join us.
The purpose of the day is to have a semi-structured round-table discussion about current research projects. We would like to profile research about the local government elections in October and forecast ahead to research planned for the general election next year. We will also run a panel session for post-grad students to share advice and tips about combining conferences and publications with writing a thesis.
The network membership in open to anyone interested in politics in Aotearoa. We particularly welcome post-graduate students, practitioners and scholars who are looking for a supportive, informed and enthusiastic audience for their ideas and research.
If you wish to the join the network and be a part of our mailing list, please contact Professor Janine Hayward.