Volume 28, Issue 1 (April 2022)

In the April 2022 issue of Phanzine Michael Kelly encourages members to complete their PHANZA website profiles; Liz Ward and Carol Neill report on Massey University’s stocktake of Aotearoa New Zealand’s local histories resources; David Young discusses how he put his book Wai Pasikia; Indigenous ways in a changing climate together; Ruth Greenaway describes the content of a new book Threads of Caring, that she has co-authored for the Anglican Trust for Women and Children; Michael Kelly looks at the declining status of heritage in the country’s environmental regime; Fiona McKergow notes the superb contributions of PHANZA members to the 2021 New Zealand Historical Association conference; PHANZA members Ian Dougherty and Robin McConnell share details of their new book publications and Julia Bradshaw and Randolph Hollingsworth share their recent articles; PHANZA’s treasurer Sandra Gorter outlines the extended criteria for the Contestable Fund.

Read this issue: Phanzine, April 2022