Julie Fry | Peter Wilson
Julie Fry and Peter Wilson have developed a comprehensive new framework that broadens the scope of how we consider migration policy.... [+]
John Potter
John Potter, an award-winning public health researcher, examines the latest research on what causes cancer and other chronic diseases. ... [+]
Judith Binney | Vincent O'Malley | Alan Ward
Te Ao Hou: The New World takes up the increasingly complex history of Māori entwined with Pākehā newcomers from about 1830. ... [+]
Aroha Harris
Te Ao Hurihuri: The Changing World shows Māori engaged energetically in building and rebuilding their communities through the twentieth and twenty-first centuries as Crown policies re-oriented from t... [+]
Atholl Anderson
Drawn from the landmark publication, Tangata Whenua: An Illustrated History (2014), Te Ao Tawhito tells the great origin narrative of Māori history from 3000 BC–AD 1830. ... [+]
Rachel McKee
Published as an e-book, this resource supports individuals learning New Zealand Sign Language: families and friends of Deaf people, teachers, librarians, and public officials. A clear account of langu... [+]
Damon Salesa
What would it mean, this far-sighted book asks, for New Zealand to recognise its Pacific talent and finally act like a Pacific nation?... [+]
Tāngata Ngāi Tahu remembers and celebrates the rich and diverse lives of the people of Ngāi Tahu. ... [+]
Jonathan Boston | Derek Gill
Social investment is a major focus of contemporary New Zealand policy making. Yet despite its prominence, the social investment approach is often poorly understood.... [+]
Paul Gorman
Paul Gorman reported on the Christchurch and Kaikōura earthquakes. In Portacom City he describes his own deeply personal story of working as a journalist during the quakes, while also speaking more b... [+]