Material from lectures

From time to time speakers provide material relevant to their lectures that can be posted on our web site. Links to such material will be placed here. Presentations will be available for about 12 months before being removed.

Note: The files are in pdf format and require software such as Adobe Acrobat Reader or Foxit Reader to be installed on your computer. Generally, a broadband internet connection is recommended for downloading these files.

Entries are placed in chronological order.

Judy McGregor (28/7/2016)
Human rights and human wrongs in New Zealand

Hamish Campbell (29/7/2016)
Exploring Northeast Zealandia

Peter Ryan (19/8/2016)
Work of a Coroner

Ken MacKenzie (26/8/2016)
From Mull to Mongolia

Julian Raphael (30/8/2016)
Community Music

Hugh Tennent (2/9/2016)
Creating New Futures

Suzi Kerr (9/9/2016)
Emissions Trading Systems

Mike Naylor (13/9/2016)
UnionAID – Cycling Solo in Myanmar

Reg Harris (16/9/2016)
Botanic Intrigues – From g-Forces to Agincourt

Phyllis Mossman (20/9/2016)
Renaissance Art and Science

Bryce Wilkinson (11/10/2016)
Poverty and Inequality in New Zealand (Lecture notes & charts)

Terry Kinloch (14/10/2016)
Devils on Horses (Due to the large size of this slide show it has been split into two files)
Devils on Horses part 1
Devils on Horses part 2

John Townend (21/10/2016)
Alpine Fault Drilling Project

Heidi Thomson (25/10/2016)
Gray’s Elegy & Text

Lisa Marriott (7/3/2017)
All New Zealanders are Equal…

Sister Josephine (17/3/2017)
The Life and Work of Suzanne Aubert

Roger Ridley-Smith (28/3/2017)
A Very General Practice

Peter Hatfield (4/4/2017)
The Kidney: Medical History

Julie Howe (7/4/2017)
Researching the Everyday Life of NZ Women Who Self-Identify as “Fat”

Cam Smart (5/5/2017)
NZ Radar, Raiders and Speed Cops

Jackie Blue (9/5/2017)
The Role of Business in Achieving Gender Equality

Mark McGuinness (12/5/2017)
Applied Mathematics: Problem Solved

Mike Mendonca (23/5/2017)
Preparing Wellington for the Shocks and Stresses of the 21st Century

Nancy Bertler (26/5/2017)
60 Years of NZ Science Endeavour in Antarctica: Why it is important

Colin Peacock (30/5/2017)
The State of Play in Our Media

Marjan van den Belt (2/6/2017)
VUW: A true-blue green university

Neville Jordan (6/6/2017)
Victoria University: Past, Present & Future

Marco Sonzogni (13/6/2017)
Slides: Heaney and History
YouTube links (Microsoft Word file)

Win Clark (16/6/2017)
Stone Rubble Masonry Buildings

Neil Dodgson (23/6/2017)
Links related to The Past & Future of Virtual Reality
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hEK-J3ZgCZA

Siah Hwee Ang (30/6/2017)
Economic Developments in China and Asia

Paul Morris (4/7/2017)
New Zealand’s religious diversity