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08 December 2017

signed between the University of Canterbury and Kassel University regarding Human-Animal Studies


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08 December 2017

Associate Professor Philip Armstrong (of the Department of English and the New Zealand Centre for Human-Animal Studies)


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08 December 2017

The NZ Centre for Human-Animal Studies is delighted to report that our delegates at the 2017 Australasian Animal Studies Conference in Adelaide did a wonderful job of disseminating the great research going on in Aotearoa


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08 December 2017

The latest issue of Animal Studies Journal, one of the foremost international journals in the field of human-animal studies


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08 December 2017

Associate Professor Annie Potts (of the Departments of English and Cultural Studies and the New Zealand Centre for Human-Animal Studies)


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08 December 2017

A One Day Symposium organized by the New Zealand Centre for Human-Animal Studies


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07 December 2017

A new book, co-edited by two University of Canterbury law academics, gives a new perspective on New Zealand law and challenges the concept of judicial neutrality by offering feminist and mana wahine judgments on key cases.


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06 December 2017

In 2017, the research project on NATO perceptions in the Asia-Pacific published (first online) its main research output.


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06 December 2017

A young Kiwi inventor has done it again. University of Canterbury student Logan Williams has invented 3D-printed polarised contact lenses providing sufferers of photosensitive epilepsy – where flashing light can cause epileptic seizure – with a tool to overcome the threat of the condition.


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05 December 2017

In 2015, NCRE co-led a 10-country study of perceptions of the EU and Europe in the EU’s ten Strategic Partners.