Volume 10, issue 1 (March 2004)

In the editorial, incoming PHANZA President Malcolm McKinnon ponders the goals PHANZA set itself on its establishment 10 years ago.  New members of the incoming PHANZA committee are Rebecca O’Brien (secretary) and Susan Butterworth (treasurer).

Inside the issue, Michael Kelly profiles Michael King in the wake of the success of his Penguin History of New Zealand, looks into the role local authorities take in heritage protection and examines the History Channel.

There is an article following up on the development of interpretation at Ruapekapeka (the lack of which was reported in April 2003). Susan Butterworth takes issue with a comment Michael Bassett made on treaty historians in the Dominion Post and Hilary Stace talks about her experiences of the pitfalls of copyright law. There are reviews of ‘interactive’ history and a number of calls for papers for upcoming conferences.

Read the issue: Phanzine March 2004