Volume 25, Issue 2 (August 2019)

In the second issue of Phanzine for 2019 we recap the PHANZA conference; Tim Shoebridge looks back at the life of Gavin McLean; Ewan Morris examines what’s next for public memory in New Zealand; Francesca Beddie, editor of the Professional Historians’ of New South Wales blogsite, reflects on the conference and other impressions; history teachers are celebrated at a Royal Engineers’ book launch; Michael Kelly on the future of heritage protection; chief historian Neill Atkinson looks at MCH’s research and publishing initiatives; Anthony Dreaver reminds us what is special about the Ōtaki Health Camp Rotunda; Andre Taber’s food history tour in Auckland is recounted and a look back at the Auckland History Symposium.

Read this issue: Phanzine, August 2019