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Welcome to the 2019 New Zealand Political Studies Association Annual Conference

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Friday, November 29 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
New Zealand Politics: Teaching and Research

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What is the state of the discipline for New Zealand Politics? This roundtable discussion brings together participants from most New Zealand campuses to compare experiences on the New Zealand politics papers on offer, and review the post-graduate research underway into New Zealand politics. The roundtable will provide a picture of the extent to which New Zealand politics is being taught and researched across our institutions, and where gaps are developing in that curriculum. It is also an ooportunity to strengthen networks and points of connection between the campuses on issues relevant to New Zealand politics teaching and research.

Janine Hayward (University of Otago)
Claire Timperley (Victoria University of Wellington)
Lara Greaves
(University of Auckland)
Patrick Barrett
(University of Waikato)
Kate Nicholls
(Auckland University of Technology)
Sylvia Nissen (Lincoln University)

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Andy Asquith

Public Management Group, Massey University


Sylvia Nissen

Lincoln University

Lara Greaves

Lara Greaves

Janine Hayward

Janine Hayward

Kate Nicholls

Auckland University of Technology

Patrick Barrett

University of Waikato

Claire Timperley

Lecturer, Victoria University of Wellington

Friday November 29, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm NZDT
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