Tahuhu Korero

Tahuhu Korero Podcast

Tāhuhu kōrero is a blog and podcast founded by Kathryn Cammell, Michaela Selway and the University of Auckland History Society. The purpose of this podcast is to increase the accessibility and inclusivity of the study of history and promote the research completed by staff and students at the University of Auckland. Podcasts will be released fortnightly - generally in the first and third weeks of the month. All references and material discussed in the podcast can be found on the related blogpost and in the description box of the podcast so that you can follow up on anything you hear and read further into the topic.

Thank you for listening and we look forward to fostering your love of history! Make sure to go check out our website www.tahuhukorero.com

Music provided by Makeshift Locale.

Tāhuhu kōrero is a blog and podcast founded by Kathryn Cammell, Michaela Selway and the University of Auckland History Society. The purpose of this podcast is to increase the accessibility and inclusivity of the study of history and promote the research completed by staff and students at the University of Auckland. Podcasts will be released fortnightly - generally in the first and third weeks of the month. All references and material discussed in the podcast can be found on the related blogpost and in the description box of the podcast so that you can follow up on anything you hear and read further into the topic. Thank you for listening and we look forward to fostering your love of history! Make sure to go check out our website www.tahuhukorero.com Music provided by Makeshift Locale.

Episodes: 23

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S3E2 The Lack of an Australian Treaty

Duration: 57 min

Queenship in the Middle Ages

Duration: 49 min

Studying History at the University of Auckland

Duration: 50 min

An Interview with Branko Marcetic

Duration: 58 min

A Discussion on Women's History || Part Two

Duration: 35 min

A Discussion on Women's History || Part One

Duration: 30 min

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