Te Rangi Hiroa Medal
Social sciences award for work in social history, cultural diversity, socioeconomics or medical anthropology, awarded every two years.
He tohu pūtaiao pāpori mō ngā mahi mō te hītori pāpori, te kanorau ahurea, te ōhanga pāpori, te mātai tikanga tangata whakaora mate, ā, ka whakawhiwhia ia rua tau.
Discipline: Historical approaches to societal transformation and change; current issues in cultural diversity and cohesion; social and economic policy and development; and medical anthropology
Award offered: Every two years, alternatively with the Metge Medal.
Ngā āhuatanga o te tohu
Te Wehenga Mātauranga: Ngā tirohanga i roto i ngā tau ki ngā huringa me ngā panonitanga pāpori; ngā take o te wā mō te kanorau me te pipiri ā-ahurea; ngā kaupapa here me te whanaketanga ā-pāpori, ā-ōhanga hoki; me te mātai tikanga tangata whakaora mate.
Ka whakawhiwhia te tohu: ia rua tau
Te whiwhinga: mētara
Please note: Since, and including 2017, the Te Rangi Hiroa Medal has been awarded biennially for historical approaches to societal transformation and change; current issues in cultural diversity and cohesion; social and economic policy and development; or medical anthropology, rather than one discipline per round in rotation.
The 2019 round has closed. This medal will be next offered in 2021.
To make a nomination, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and a URL will be sent to you to access the nomination web portal.