Symbolising New Zealand: Session 1 Response
Dr Ed Hanfling, Media Arts, Waikato Institute of Technology. The Centre for Research on National Identity - Symbolising New Zealand conference. Held September 10, 2010.
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Symbolising New Zealand: Session 2 Response
Professor Grant Gillett. The Centre for Research on National Identity - Symbolising New Zealand conference. Held September 10, 2010.
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Symbolising New Zealand: Panel Discussion
Round table with Malcolm Mulholland, Massey University, editor of Weeping Waters: The Treaty of Waitangi and Constitutional Change (Huia 2010): "How appropriately is New Zealand symbolised in the current flag, name of the country, and national anthem, and should they be changed? The Centre for Research on National Identity - Symbolising New Zealand conference. Panel: Malcolm Mulholland, Grant Gillett, Jacinta Ruru, Tony Ballantyne and Murray Rae. Held September 10, 2010.
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Symbolising New Zealand: Session 2 - Changing countries, changing cultures
Lynne Briggs presents "Changing countries - changing cultures: can individuals who have developed in one cultural environment learn to live in another?" The Centre for Research on National Identity - Symbolising New Zealand conference. Held September 10, 2010.
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Symbolising New Zealand: Session 4 - Symbolising the shadow-side of New Zealand experience in contem
Alistair Fox presents "Symbolising the shadow-side of New Zealand experience in contemporary literature and film". The Centre for Research on National Identity - Symbolising New Zealand conference. Held September 10, 2010.
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Symbolising New Zealand: Session 1 - Devaluing the Pound? A consideration of The Invention of New Ze
Mark Stocker presents "Devaluing the Pound? A consideration of The Invention of New Zealand. The Centre for Research on National Identity - Symbolising New Zealand conference. Held September 10, 2010.
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Symbolising New Zealand: Session 4 Response
Associate Professor Tony Ballantyne. The Centre for Research on National Identity - Symbolising New Zealand conference. Held September 10, 2010.
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Ally Sloper: The First Comics Superstar?
This book is the result of the conference ‘Comics Scenarios: Cultural Analyses of a Picto-Graphical Medium’, organised by the Universities of Berlin and Viadrina, and held in Berlin in 2003. My chapter involves the early British comics character ‘Ally Sloper’, a Victorian anti-hero, and his crossover with other mediums, such as music hall. Specifically, it is an investigation of the various texts which have borne the signifier ‘Ally Sloper’ in the years between 1867 and 1916, in an a
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By way of calling the Orta Antarctic expedition to an end, the artists staged the first in a series of symbolic football games, ‘Heads or Tails, Tails or Heads’. Meteorologists, paleontologists and geologists from the Marambio Antarctic Base joined the Orta team to play a symbolic ‘All Nation’ match. The Metisse Flag and the Antarctic football shirts, created by the artists make it difficult to identify the adversary. The front and back of the players' shirts are stitched together with d
Author(s): Orta, Lucy,Orta, Jorge

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A Strategic Analysis of the First Anglo-Afghan War 1839-42: Lessons for Today
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You could use templates to begin the process of reflection. Here is a template based on learning outcomes that you can modify for your own use. Add your own learning outcomes and appropriate questions
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