History research students
See current research students within the History programme.
Students are listed alphabetically under their respective degrees.
History PhD candidates
Thesis title: 'Trap or Treasure: An Economic History of Primary Production in Hawkes Bay, 1945-2010'
Thesis title: 'Continental European Migrants to New Zealand in the 1870s'
Thesis title: 'Owner Bound Music: a study of popular sheet music selling and music making in the New Zealand home 1840-1940'
Thesis title: 'Prerogative and Patronage: Noble Marriages in the Reigns of Elizabeth I and James VI/I, 1558-1625'
Thesis title: 'Evolution of Traditional Institutions and the fate of Sacred Forests in Tanzania'
Thesis title: 'The Politics of Botanical Knowledge Networks and Territorial Expansionism in the context of the Dutch East India Company (VOC) in Malabar'
Thesis title: 'European Perception of Indian Women in Travelogues'
Supervisor: Sekhar Bandyopadhyay
Thesis title: 'The making of a 'forest conscious' public in New Zealand, 1920-1934'
Thesis title: 'Not Normal: Embodied Narratives Of Physical Disability and Gender Nonconformity in Post WWII New Zealand, 1945-2000'
History MA students
Thesis title: '"Men with wings": Comparing the depictions of Second World War RAF aircrew in wartime propaganda and 'RAF100' celebrations'
Supervisors: Giacomo Lichtner
Thesis title: 'The New Female Coterie: Scandal, Sociability and Status'
Supervisor: Valerie Wallace
Thesis title: 'The Continuing Life of the Crimean War as a Tetual Event'
Supervisor: Charlotte Macdonald
Thesis title: 'Cheers! Selling health and happiness: Advertising alcohol in New Zealand c. 1900-1945'
Thesis title: 'American Occupation and the "Hunger Years" of Post War Germany'
Supervisor: Dolores Janiewski
Thesis title: 'Contemporary and Continued Influence of 1850-1950 Legislative and Administrative Practice on Mixed Race Māori Identity'
Thesis title: 'Christ, Crusaders and Wily Orientals: New Zealanders in the Middle East during the Second World War'
Supervisor: Kate Hunter
Thesis title: 'An Organ of Student Opinion? Print, Protest, and the Politics of Education in Salient, 1973-1990'
Supervisor: Cybele Locke
Thesis title: 'Wāhine Māori - A History of Representation in Feature Films'