Books

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’.... [+]
Barbara Brookes
$69.99
In her long-awaited book, Barbara Brookes, drawing on a wide variety of sources, traces the narratives of women’s lives throughout New Zealand's history.... [+]
Adrienne Jansen (ed)
$39.99
In this book ten migrant New Zealand women speak in depth about growing up in their first countries, and their lives in New Zealand. Reprinted several times since 1990, this 2015 new edition features ... [+]
Hannah August
$14.99
Hannah August integrates interview material, statistics, science and cultural commentary in order to demonstrate why we need to talk differently about the ‘man drought’. ... [+]
Kirsty Gunn
$14.99
In this exquisitely written ‘notebook’ - ‘My Katherine Mansfield Project’ - Gunn explores the meaning of ‘home’.... [+]
Alison Clarke
$39.99
Emerging from diaries, letters and memoirs, the ‘voices’ of this history tell of new life amidst a turbulent world. Tracing Māori and Pākehā experience, the narrative is centred on mothers, the... [+]
Charlotte Macdonald (ed) | Frances Porter (ed)
A portrait of 'life as it happens' for both Māori and Pākehā women in nineteenth-century New Zealand.... [+]
Prue Hyman
An exploration of the impact of 1980s economic policy on women. Challenges orthodox economic analysis and theory, and argues that the contribution of women as workers and consumers needs to be taken i... [+]
Dorothy Page
This is a book about issues, about personalities, about women's history and about women's struggle for equality.... [+]
Alison Gray
Between these two generations of mothers and daughters lies extraordinary social change. With her usual insight, Alison Gray captures a key transition point for many New Zealand women in the late twen... [+]

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