He Whakaputanga o te Rangatiratanga o Nu Tireni/The Declaration of Independence of New Zealand was signed by fifty-two rangatira from 1835 to 1839. ... [+]
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Deborah Russell | Terry Baucher
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Siouxsie Wiles
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Max Harris
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In this Text the editors Tapu Misa and Gary Wilson bring together a collection of articles from the celebrated digital magazine, e-Tangata.... [+]
Prue Hyman
Prue Hyman surveys the status of women in the New Zealand economy through the past two decades, revealing that the work of feminism is not over yet.... [+]
Jonathan Boston
In this timely BWB Text, acclaimed policy scholar Jonathan Boston sets out what ‘anticipatory governance’ might look like in New Zealand.... [+]
Kathleen Kuehn
Kathleen Kuehn asks probing questions about the behaviour of both the state and corporations in our current ‘surveillance society’.... [+]