Books

W. H. Oliver
$39.99
Bill Oliver, a central figure in New Zealand’s intellectual landscape, reflects on the decades of his own life, and the history that has shaped him. ... [+]
Karen Sinclair
Māori prophetic movements from the late nineteenth century are widely known. This book looks at the twentieth-century leader, Hori Enoka Mareikura, from the Ruapehu district. Today, his prophetic say... [+]
Lloyd Geering
Lloyd Geering’s vision of a new global spirituality that may enable humankind to survive, even flourish, on planet earth. ... [+]
Giselle Byrnes
'Boundary Markers' offers an alternative reading of European colonisation. The text carefully explores the interconnection of an established culture with that of the newcomers.... [+]
Paul Monin
The Hauraki Gulf was a hotly contested area during the first hundred years of European settlement. This account of a region in transformation is pertinent today, as Treaty settlements continue to be n... [+]
Andrew Sharp (ed) | P. G. McHugh (ed)
A book about what people do when they produce histories about the past. Wide-ranging essays on history, politics and law – for people who want to look hard at the world.... [+]
Lauris Edmond
Lauris Edmond completed her remarkable three-volume autobiography in the early 1990s. One of the great accounts of a New Zealand writer’s life and her writing.... [+]
Rachel McKee
$39.99
In a language rarely translated into print, the ‘people of the eye’ tell their stories, bringing to life a world little known outside Deaf culture. ... [+]
Judith Binney (ed)
Judith Binney, the editor of the 'New Zealand Journal of History' for many years, selected these essays to offer readers insights into contemporary historical writing about New Zealand.... [+]
Barbara Brookes (ed)
These lively essays edited by Barbara Brookes bring together historical research and social analysis to examine many aspects of the New Zealand home – work, domesticity, leisure, style and even the ... [+]

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