Books

Allan Davidson (ed)
$49.99
New Zealand’s first Anglican bishop spoke out against Crown practices that dispossessed Māori. With his wife, he became one of the most influential voices in early European settlement.... [+]
Charlotte Macdonald
$49.99
State-sponsored ‘national fitness’ programmes were a feature of the mid-twentieth century across the British world. Shortlisted for the Ernest Scott Prize, 2012.... [+]
Craig Wallace | Gillian Chaplin | Judith Binney
$49.99
'Mihaia' traces the life of Rua Kenana’s community in Te Urewera through to the police assault of 1916, and then onwards to the 1930s.... [+]
Gillian Chaplin | Judith Binney
$49.99
The experiences of eight Māori women brought up in small rural communities associated with the Ringatū faith. They are ‘survivors’ of years of change and turbulence in the Māori world, and lead... [+]
Claudia Orange
$49.99
This comprehensive study is the standard work on the Treaty. The book looks at the place of the Treaty in New Zealand history from its making in the early nineteenth century through to the renewed eng... [+]
James Belich
$39.99
Titokowaru was one of New Zealand’s greatest leaders, who worked in both peace and war to save the Taranaki people from European invasion in the nineteenth century. This is history at its most compe... [+]
Judith Binney
$49.99
These ‘stories without end’ stand alongside Judith Binney’s remarkable publications of forty years. They form narratives that flow one into another – essays from a writer who was also one of N... [+]
Jessie Munro (ed)
$69.99
Suzanne Aubert’s letters reflect her rich friendships, her challenges to the church hierarchy, her engagement with politicians, and her relationships with the congregation she founded, the Sisters o... [+]
Judith Binney
$89.99
Following European contact, large areas of Te Urewera were confiscated. Yet it emerged as an autonomous district, only to have that independence abolished. 'Encircled Lands' contextualises T... [+]
Angela Wanhalla
$39.99
Centring on the Otago community where her great-grandparents were born, Angela Wanhalla (Ngāi Tahu) explores the less visible side of colonialism – the world of kinship networks, families and commu... [+]

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