Volume 28, Issue 2 (August 2022)

In the August 2022 issue of Phanzine Michael Kelly writes about climate change in his editorial; Barry Rigby presents a blow by blow account of historians’ interactions with Archives New Zealand over the replacing of Archway; Chris Bourke charts the development of AudioCulture; Elizabeth Pishief reports on a cherished building for women in Napier; Michael Kelly looks at the fate of a highly significant Auckland building and celebrates the return of an important television programme; Fiona McKergow offers a personal highlight from the 2022 National Council on Public History conference; New PHANZA members Sarah Gallagher and Dr Janine Irvine are introduced; Members publications are shared, including Karin Speedy’s new book Foundations; Details of The Friends of the Hocken Collection Award 2023 are outlined.

Read the issue: Phanzine, August 2022