NZHA newsletter June 2006

Here is the NZHA Newsletter from June 2006 (PDF, 400KB)

Overview of contents

news from the historical community

  • Malcolm McKinnon (PHANZA)
  • Megan Hutching (NOHANZ)
  • David Green (Ministry for Culture and Heritage)
  • History Group
  • Jock Phillips (Te Ara: The Encyclopedia of New Zealand)

news from the universities

  • Kerry Taylor, Massey University, Palmerston North
  • Kerry Howe, Massey University, Albany
  • Philippa Mein Smith, University of Canterbury
  • Linda Bryder, University of Auckland
  • Jeanine Graham, University of Waikato
  • Greg Ryan, Lincoln University
  • Charlotte Macdonald , Victoria University of Wellington


  • Phabulous Photography at the National Library Gallery, 7 April to 30 July 2006
  • Within Memory: Aspects of New Zealand Documentary photography 1960-2000
  • From the collections of the Photographic Archive, Alexander Turnbull Library, and the National Library Gallery
  • Verbatim … Revelation to Oblivion: words and books as seen by New Zealand photographers
  • From the McNamara Gallery, Wanganui
  • Towards the Precipice: Propaganda posters collected by WB Sutch


  • Maori Battalion Voices Heard Again

featured institution

  • The Alexander Turnbull Library, Molesworth Street Wellington
  • The Turnbull collections
  • Who may use the Turnbull?
  • How can I access information held by the Library?


  • New Zealand Historical Association Conference, Wellington, 23-25 November 2007
  • Trade Union History Project Seminar: “New Zealand Connections to the Spanish Civil War”, 3-4 November 2006
  • “Massey @ Massey: Reappraising the Life and Times of William Ferguson Massey”, Massey University, Palmerston North, 1-2 December 2006
  • Trans-Tasman Labour History Conference, Auckland University of Technology, 31 January – 1 February 2007
  • ‘Trans-Tasman Labour History: Comparative or Transnational?’
  • The Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand (LAGANZ)
  • 14th International Oral History Conference, Sydney, 12-16 July
  • Dancing With Memory: oral history and its audiences

news from schools

  • NZHTA news, By Bruce Taylor
  • Young Historians’ Award

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