Find out about the leading researchers based in our Faculty.
Meredith Marra’s research helps people, from chief executives to migrant workers, improve the way they communicate in the workplace.
An expert in politics and security in the Asia-Pacific, Van Jackson has been an advisor to the US government and now shares his insights with the world.
The channel has contributed to political and cultural revitalisation for Māori and shaped notions of nationhood, says media researcher Jo Smith.
Charlotte Macdonald’s research has focused on the history of New Zealand women and on the troops who fought in our bloody 1860s Land Wars.
Conal McCarthy wants to do research that helps people—examining the care of indigenous objects, museum practice and the mix of Māori and European ideas.
Music lecturer Jim Murphy creates mechatronic and robotic instruments that expand the universe of musical possibilities.
New Zealanders need to move beyond seeing China just in terms of trade says Jason Young, whose research aims to deepen our knowledge of the emerging superpower.
Socially engaged research is important to anthropologist Catherine Trundle who is currently exploring the effect of the housing crisis on women.