Our members

Professional Historians’ Association of New Zealand/Aotearoa members are skilled historians who research and present history to professional standards.

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What do our members do?

Historians do specialised work, drawing on material from wide ranging sources such as government archives, libraries, newspapers and company records, or from collections of oral histories and image collections. They have expertise in collating and interpreting information, and presenting this in an engaging and informative format tailored for the intended audience. Presentation takes many forms, including: books, exhibitions, oral histories, heritage assessments, content for television programmes, and online histories.

Our members work with a wide range of organisations and other professionals, such as government agencies, archivists, archaeologists, anthropologists, architects, planners, lawyers and companies.

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Marguerite Hill

I was PHANZA secretary for a number of years as well as co-editor of Phanzine. I have also been a...

Randolph Hollingsworth

Women's history offers an interesting lens by which to view mainstream narratives, and close inquiry provides new insights into our...

Phoebe Li

I am currently working on two book projects, one concerning early Chinese merchants in New Zealand (1860s to 1970s), which...

Tania Mace

I am a freelance historian working in Auckland. I have been working in the heritage field for over 20 years...

Ann McEwan

I am an independent heritage consultant with considerable experience as an expert witness, peer reviewer, lecturer and writer.