The New Zealand Journal of Public History is a quality-assured electronic journal that publishes research articles, interviews and opinion pieces on the theory and practice of public history in Aotearoa New Zealand.
The journal was established at Waikato University in 2011, with Dr Nadia Gush as its primary editor, and has been under PHANZA’s editorship since 2021.
To submit a manuscript, express interest in a future issue, or make a general enquiry, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
For information about future issues please refer to NZJPH Facebook.
NZJPH style guide for authors.
Alison Breese Public Conveniences, Plagues and Pandemics: A Dunedin Case Study
Malcolm McKinnon ‘Extended by Iron Ruthlessness’: Anthony Trollope, the Waikato War, and Empire in the Teaching of New Zealand History and International Relations
Evan Roberts Measuring the Anzacs: Lessons from Digital History Writ Large
Emma-Jean Kelly The Disappearance of James O’Grady: Mental Health in Aotearoa in the Early Twentieth Century
Katie Pickles Christchurch’s Cathedral Square and the Importance of Public Squares
Sarah Gallagher A ‘Clever Knight of the Camera’: A Biographical Note About Frederick Finch, Resident of Wakatipu
Louisa Hormann Postmemorial Performance From Karlsruhe to Pōneke: The Musical Legacy of Richard Fuchs
New Zealand Journal of Public History, 7, 1, (May 2020)
New Zealand Journal of Public History, 6, 1, (December 2018)
New Zealand Journal of Public History, 5, 1, (December 2017)
New Zealand Journal of Public History, 4, 1, (December 2016)
New Zealand Journal of Public History, 3, 1, (December 2015)
New Zealand Journal of Public History, 2, 1, (December 2013)
New Zealand Journal of Public History, 1, 1, (December 2011)
Editorial Advisory Group
Nadia Gush, Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga o Waikato, Hamilton
Bronwyn Labrum, Whanganui Regional Museum, Whanganui
Bronwyn Dalley, PHANZA life member, Whangarei
Michael Kelly, PHANZA President
David Green, PHANZA member