University of Canterbury Student Collection
Research and collections contributed by University of Canterbury students.
7:07pm 30th October 2017
- The Effects of a Major Disaster on the Musical Life of a City
- A paper submitted by Andrew Moore in partial fulfilment of the degree of Bachelor of Music with Honours, covering the effects of the Canterbury earthquakes on the musical life of Christchurch. Dissertation supervised by Dr Elaine Dobson, University of Canterbury School of Music. All photographs from The Press are copyright Fairfax Media and are used with permission.
- Community Response and Recovery: natural disaster response and recovery mechanisms and supportive government policy initiatives
- A dissertation submitted by Cameron McLeod in fulfilment of an Honours degree in Diplomacy, covering community response and recovery in Lyttelton following the Canterbury Earthquakes. Dissertation supervised by Dr Bronwyn Hayward, University of Canterbury School of Social and Political Sciences.
- Financial Support Following Natural Disasters: The Role of Government Subsidy
- A paper submitted by Chris Joseph in partial fulfilment of the degree of Bachelor of Commerce with Honours, focussing on the role of the earthquake support subsidy paid to employers to 'keep businesses together' following the 22 February 2011 earthquake. The paper was supervised by Dr David Stiles, University of Canterbury Department of Management, Marketing and Entrepreneurship.
- Canta Magazine Collection
- Canta is the official magazine of the University of Canterbury Students' Association. This collection holds copies of the magazine from September 2010 onwards, giving insight into the responses students at the University of Canterbury had to the Canterbury earthquakes.
- Contains 103 items
- Disappearing Suburbs
- Disappearing Suburbs is a documentary photography project undertaken by students at the School of Fine Arts at the University of Canterbury between March and June 2012. Its aim is to capture images of eastern Christchurch, particularly areas that have been greatly affected by the 2010-2011 Canterbury earthquakes, and to understand the impacts of these events on people, places and communities. The project was made possible by the support of the Bexley Residents’ Association, the Dallington Residents' Association, and the Horseshoe Lake Residents' Association.
- Contains 3 items
- Sam Butcher's LEGO Cathedral
- Photographs of a model of the ChristChurch Cathedral built from LEGO by University of Canterbury student Sam Butcher.
- Contains 52 items