Books

Vincent O'Malley
$79.99
Spanning nearly two centuries from first contact through to settlement and apology, ​this major work focuses on the human impact of the war in the Waikato, its origins and aftermath.... [+]
Gavin Ellis
$14.99
Drawing on decades of experience as a journalist and editor, Gavin Ellis chronicles the patterns of erosion of New Zealanders’ right to know what people in power do on their behalf. ... [+]
Stephanie Johnson
$14.99
In this BWB Text Johnson explores her elusive and ambivalent feelings about the sunburnt country, and in so doing casts fascinating light on some of the formative influences that have shaped the work ... [+]
Rod Oram
$14.99
In this BWB Text acclaimed business journalist Rod Oram travels to Beijing, London and Chicago to meet some pioneers who are seeking new values, systems and technologies, and report on their setbacks ... [+]
Judy McGregor | Sylvia Bell | Margaret Wilson
$49.99
Based on four years of research, undertaken with the support of the New Zealand Law Foundation, this book concludes that significant faultlines are emerging in the human rights landscape. It sets out ... [+]
Shaun Hendy
$14.99
Shaun Hendy finds that in New Zealand, the public obligation of the scientist is often far from clear and that there have been many disturbing instances of scientists being silenced.... [+]
Atholl Anderson
$14.99
Taken from the multi-award-winning Tangata Whenua, this Text weaves together evidence from numerous sources to people the ancient past: to offer readers a sense of the lives of Māori ancestors as the... [+]
Helene Wong
$39.99
Helene Wong writes eloquently of her New Zealand childhood, student life in the 1960s, coming of age in Muldoon’s New Zealand, and coming to terms with ‘being Chinese’.... [+]
Julie Fry | Hayden Glass
$14.99
This book is about the economic contribution of migration to and from New Zealand, one of the most frequently discussed aspects of the debate. ... [+]
Katie Pickles
$14.99
The devastating earthquake that hit Christchurch in 2011 did more than rupture the surface of the city, argues historian Katie Pickles. ... [+]

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