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A selection of the teaching charts from the Department of Botany showcases the type of teaching resources found at the University of Otago.
Department of Botany, University of Otago
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Botany is a 21st century subject built on a rich heritage contributed to and developed by many. Although botany was taught at the University of Otago…
View the items in Botany: Our Heritage, Our Future. A Celebration of Teaching and Research at the University of Otago. Online Exhibition
View the items in By Land & By Sea: Scientific Expedition Reports in Special Collections from 1826 to the 1960s. Online exhibition
On 7 February 1812, Charles Dickens was born in Portsmouth, England. As a consequence, world-wide celebrations have taken place in 2012, the…
View the items in Celebrating Charles Dickens (1812-1870). Online exhibition
Examples of the songsters by colonial-era lyricist and satirical wit Charles R. Thatcher held at Hocken Collections.
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On 28 November 1520, Magellan sailed through the straits that would bear his name into the great expansive waters he dubbed ‘Mar Pacifico’. His…
View the items in Charting the Land on the Ocean: Pacific Exploration, 1520-1876. Online exhibition
Botanists rely on floras, and apothecaries on herbals for the critical task of plant identification. Gardeners need practical advice as well as…
View the items in Cultivating Gardens: Practical gardening advice through the ages. Online exhibition
This showcase offers a representational sample of the pictures that Dr T. M. Hocken gave in trust for the people of New Zealand. At the time of his…
Dr T. M. Hocken
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Discoveries of new places, customs and climates always fascinate. While few of us possess the stamina, courage or funds to undertake marvellous or…
View the items in Enlarging the prospects of happiness: European travel writing through the ages. Online exhibition
This is a sample of ephemera from the Hocken Collections.
View the items in Ephemera from the Hocken Collections