This issue covers national celebrations of PHANZA’s 20th anniversary, with articles about events held in Wellington, Auckland and Christchurch.
A number of new members are welcomed and profiled, including Grace Bateman and Richard Thomson. The career of late United States of America public historian Jannelle Warren-Findley is recognised by Gavin McLean.
Murray Hemi introduces the new Treaty Settlement history project being run by the Ministry for Culture and Heritage, while Paul Diamond reviews the Centre for Research on Colonial Culture’s recent conference about Samuel Marsden. Rachel Esson of the Alexander Turnbull Library provides an update on some recent Turnbull activities and Margaret Pointer looks at how Michael King’s Te Puea influenced New Zealand history writing.
Read this issue: Phanzine April 2015