Recipients of the Royal Society Te Apārangi Early Career Research Excellence Award for Humanities.
The 2022 Early Career Research Excellence Award for Humanities was awarded to Anna High her socio-legal exploration of orphan relief efforts, child rights and charity regulation in Mainland China.
|2021||Elizabeth Jane Macpherson for her work exploring opportunities for Indigenous peoples' water rights in laws and policies around the world.|
|2020||Ngarino Ellis (Ngāpuhi/Ngāti Porou) for her work on Māori art history.|
|2018||Carwyn Jones for his ground-breaking book, New Treaty, New Tradition, which reveals new ways of using Indigenous knowledge to understand how law shapes society.|
|2017||Aroha Harris for her substantial contributions to the award winning Māori history, Tangata Whenua: An Illustrated History, which spans the entirety of Māori history. She was lead author of the section on sociocultural history of twentieth-century Māori.|