In the first issue for 2001, Susan Butterworth looks at remuneration for professional historians, running your business, what kind of expenses you can claim and how to price a project.
Adrienne Simpson profiles PHANZA member Glyn Strange, who has just published a new book; Peter Franks discusses a recent conference marking 50 years since the 1951 waterfront strike, while Ben Schrader reviews a related exhibition at the New Zealand Film Archive.
David Young investigates the relationship between PHANZA and the New Zealand Historical Association (NZHA), while Geoffrey Rice reviews the recent NZHA conference held in Christchurch.
The new committee consists of: David Young, Bronwyn Dalley, Margot Fry, Gavin McLean, Michael Kelly, Geoffrey Rice, Adrienne Simpson, Ben Schrader and Hilary Stace.
Michael Kelly also reviews new history websites that feature interactives.
Read this issue: Phanzine April 2001