Georgie Craw

I am a researcher, writer and oral historian based in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland. I have a particular interest in gender, race, and environmental histories.

 

I have a Master of Arts in History with First Class Honours from the University of Auckland. My thesis, ‘A world beyond the waters: Māori travel in the Tasman World, 1793-1839’, was shortlisted for the Bert Roth Award.

 

Between 2014 and 2017 I worked as a historian/researcher at the Waitangi Tribunal. More recently, I have undertaken contract history work for Crown Law (a co-authored history of the New Zealand justice system) and hapū (Takutai Moana).

 

In 2020 my original oral history research on reproductive rights was made into a podcast for the Australian Broadcast Corporation (ABC). I am currently working on a podcast series about crime and punishment in New Zealand. 

I welcome inquiries about working together. 

Skills

  • Expert witness
  • Multimedia
  • Oral history
  • Policy advice
  • Project management
  • Research
  • Treaty research
  • Writing

Specialities

  • Biography
  • Digital History
  • Environment
  • Gender
  • Government administration
  • Iwi and hapū
  • Labour
  • Local
  • Regional
  • Welfare
  • Women