Volume 1, issue 3 (November 1995)

David Grant’s editorial draws attention to PHANZA’s advocacy role in some areas likely to affect its members. Articles explore these areas and what PHANZA (and others) have been doing: Gavin McLean writes about the move to restructure New Zealand’s National Archives and about heritage and historians; Kerry Taylor outlines FoRST’s Output 13; Graham Butterworth and Bronwyn Dalley lobby for the retention of census material; and Helen Walter argues for the role of historians and historical research in settling Treaty of Waitangi claims.

Anne Else is the subject of ‘Biography of a Public Historian’. Tony Nightingale provides helpful information for historians working on contract; Bronwyn Labrum reviews the exhibition celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Alexander Turnbull Library; and Bronwyn Dalley looks at some of the subscription lists available through H-NET.

Read this issue: Phanzine November 1995