Volume 25, Issue 1 (April 2019)

In the first issue of Phanzine for 2019, the President highlights the upcoming PHANZA conference, the fifth in the association’s history; Phoebe Li discusses the telling of New Zealand Chinese stories; Fiona McKergow reports on the re-opening of Whanganui Regional Museum; Alison Clarke reports on the privileges, pleasures and challenges of writing the 150th anniversary history of the University of Otago; Michael Kelly looks at Peter Wells’ heritage legacy and celebrates the gifting of Chevening to Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga; Gerard Morris proposes an ‘earn as you write’ scheme and details the Prime Minister’s response; Peter Cooke reflects on the writing of his history of the Royal New Zealand Engineers; David Young writes on the passing of Ray Grover; Sandra Gorter reports on the PHANZA Auckland Christmas event; new PHANZA members Alison Day, Clare Gleeson and Helen Leggatt are profiled; and upcoming April events are highlighted.

Read this issue: Phanzine, April 2019