Books

Margaret Tennant
$49.99
This engaging history looks at the overarching structures and the ordinary workings of welfare. Stories abound, as Margaret Tennant writes about New Zealand’s voluntary organisations.... [+]
Margot Schwass (ed)
$34.99
A handbook looking at ways of acknowledging death in different cultures and religions. It includes sections on: cultures and faiths; Māori perspectives; facing death; and grief.... [+]
Lloyd Geering
$39.99
‘I am my life story, as yet still open-ended and unfinished...to find out who I am, I must recall the story of my life as clearly and honestly as I can.’ Lloyd Geering writes autobiography with hi... [+]
Judith Binney
$49.99
Kendall was one of the first missionaries to learn te reo Māori and make his way, problematically, in the Māori world. This remarkable study of cross-cultural experience won the F. P. Wilson Award i... [+]
Jane Kelsey
In 2002 global capitalism was in crisis. These essays reject market-led approaches to nation-building, and argue for strategies that put people at the centre. ... [+]
Janine Hayward (ed) | Nicola R. Wheen (ed)
$49.99
The Waitangi Tribunal was established in 1975 to hear claims by Māori against the Crown arising under the Treaty. This book brings together the work of leading historians, lawyers, and analysts to re... [+]
Marilyn Waring
Some of the author’s best columns from the Listener, together with new writing. Themes include international questions, politics, feminist issues, women of influence, and life on the farm. Acute and... [+]
Claudia Orange
$39.99
The history of the Treaty comes to life with a wonderful range of photographs, maps and paintings. A companion volume to 'The Treaty of Waitangi', the up-to-date text is written for the gene... [+]
Graeme Kennedy (ed)
$59.99
This essential guide is the only New Zealand Sign Language dictionary in print. Containing over 2500 commonly used signs, it is based on the comprehensive NZSL.... [+]
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Lloyd Geering
$34.99
Once again, Lloyd Geering responds to the pressing concerns of contemporary religion. Readers will welcome these deeply considered words from an international scholar. ... [+]

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