This issue includes an interview with Giselle Byrnes about her recently published book, The Waitangi Tribunal and New Zealand History.
Tony Nightingale reports on new interpretation at Waihohonu Hut, the country’s oldest government-built tourist hut, and Michael Kelly looks at recent surveys of historical knowledge among Britons and discusses some heritage battles in Auckland.
There is a review of a conference on the first term of the fourth Labour Government and the exhibition Antarctic Heroes at Te Papa. There are also notices about conferences and funding opportunities.
Read this issue: Phanzine July 2004