Our members

Professional Historians’ Association of New Zealand/Aotearoa members are skilled historians who research and present history to professional standards.

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What do our members do?

Historians do specialised work, drawing on material from wide ranging sources such as government archives, libraries, newspapers and company records, or from collections of oral histories and image collections. They have expertise in collating and interpreting information, and presenting this in an engaging and informative format tailored for the intended audience. Presentation takes many forms, including: books, exhibitions, oral histories, heritage assessments, content for television programmes, and online histories.

Our members work with a wide range of organisations and other professionals, such as government agencies, archivists, archaeologists, anthropologists, architects, planners, lawyers and companies.

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    heritage
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    agriculture, soil science, grasslands
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  • Auckland
    Military History, NZ military&naval history, Colonial Warfare, Naval history 1815-present, Royal Navy in New Zealand 1769- First World War, Western Front, Battle History,Imperial history, NZ Wars 1845-1872

    I am the Researcher at the National Museum of the Royal New Zealand Navy in Auckland. I am located at the naval base HMNZ Philomel and have the responmsibility of conducting historical research for the museum for both internal and external requestors. I also maintain and develop New Zealand's largest Research Library of military and naval history and a set of research folders.

    I am currently working on a PhD with Professor Glyn Harper and Dr Adam Claasen on the Learning experience of the New Zealand Division on the Western Front 1916-1918.

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  • Wellington
    Writer, researcher and editor in the field of history and environment, landscape and culture, conservation and resource management, most particularly in relation to freshwater in New Zealand and the Pacific.