Katie Pickles attended the Watery Worlds Environmental History Symposium at Massey University 15-16 April. She presented research results from her James Cook Fellowship: ‘Salt Water and Sea Heroines in the 19th Century Contact Zone’.
Environmental Historians visit the internationally significant Manawatu Estuary as part of the Watery Worlds Symposium.
Credit: Prof Mike Roche, Massey University
Katie was also part of an eight speaker event at Turanga on 23 April ‘Beneath our Feet: Archaeological Stories of Place’ to celebrate Archaeology week.
She presented results from her James Cook Fellowship: ‘Aunt Haysl and the Hay’s Roof’. The Hay’s roof was located on the current Te Pae site.