The Stout Research Centre for New Zealand Studies was established to facilitate, encourage and coordinate academic learning and research into New Zealand society, history and culture at Victoria University of Wellington. It is home to the Museum and Heritage Studies programme, the leading programme of its kind in New Zealand.
The Centre hosts independent scholars from the community and the JD Stout Fellow.
Stout seminar series
The Centre hosts a series of seminars covering aspects of social, historical and cultural impacts on New Zealand.
He Whenua Haumako—Enriching National Culture
Literally means ‘fertile lands’ is drawn from the notion that for tangata whenua, identity is located in our land. As diverse as our geographical features are in this country so too are the components that contribute to our national culture.
This 200-hour, remote internship with Mexico is available for current postgraduate students studying at any NZ university or early career professionals in the cultural sector with an interest in learning about and promoting Latin American cultures and language.