Michael King
This fascinating Text presents in startling detail the careful interrogation of Alain Mafart and Dominique Prieur, part of the French team behind the bombing of the Rainbow Warrior, leading to their a... [+]
Tipene O'Regan
Ngāi Tahu leader Sir Tipene O’Regan reflects on what happens in Treaty settlement negotiations behind the scenes, and clashes between current ideologies and Māori identity.... [+]
Dick Scott
The non-violent defiance of Te Whiti-o-Rongomai, Tohu Kakahi and their followers at Parihaka is one of the great New Zealand narratives.... [+]
Vincent O'Malley
An exploration of the different ways Māori and Pākehā ‘fronted’ one another across the nineteenth century.... [+]
Anne Salmond
An account of the dramatic visit of Dutch ships led by Abel Tasman to Golden Bay at the top of the South Island in 1642, and the meeting of Māori and European worlds.... [+]
John C. Weaver
This study describes how relationships, work, poverty, war, illness and legal troubles have driven some to ultimate despair. A moving account of loss and suffering, and an insightful assessment of psy... [+]
Geoff Chapple
Geoff Chapple, author of <i>1981: The Tour</i>, describes the dramatic events in Auckland as a light aircraft flour-bombed Eden Park and protesters battled police in the streets of Mt Eden... [+]
Claudia Orange
Who said what to whom when the Treaty was negotiated - and what lay behind subsequent misunderstandings about its wording? ... [+]
Peter Adams
Fatal Necessity, now re-issued as an ebook, is a detailed examination of the circumstances leading to British intervention and hence to the Treaty of Waitangi. ... [+]
Rod Edmond
The various paths by which two of the author’s great-grandparents came to the southern hemisphere are central to this work. Their experiences of departure, displacement and un/settlement raise quest... [+]