We are delighted to share that two new New Zealand Journal of Public History articles for the 2022 issue are now available to read on the PHANZA website here.
Malcolm McKinnon is a Wellington historian. He is the author of Independence and Foreign Policy:
New Zealand and the World Since 1935 (1993); New Zealand and ASEAN: A History (2016); and ‘Lines
on the Map: The Decline of Maori Autonomy 1840–1900’, in Brad Patterson, Richard S. Hill and
Kathyrn Patterson (eds), After the Treaty: The Settler State, Race Relations and the Exercise of Power in
Colonial New Zealand (2016), among other works. His article is titled “”Extended by Iron Ruthlessness”: Anthony Trollope, the Waikato War, and Empire in the Teaching of New Zealand History and International Relations.
Evan Roberts is an Assistant Professor in the History of Medicine and Population Studies
programs at the University of Minnesota, with research interests in health and work since
the nineteenth century in New Zealand and the United States. Evan grew up in Wellington, and
graduated from Victoria University with a BA(Hons)/BSc before completing a PhD in History at
the University of Minnesota in 2007. His article is titled “Measuring the Anzacs: Lessons from Digital History Writ Large.”