Volume 2, issue 2 (July 1996)

In this issue, Dean Cowie shines a spotlight on Occupational Overuse Syndrome and the need for historians to be vigilant over their work practices.

‘News and Notes’ includes a list of a few more websites that may be of interest to historians; and ‘Ourselves’ highlights the current activities of some of PHANZA’s membership.

A letter to the Editor responds to criticism of the Alexander Turnbull Library moving its Australian newspaper collection to Tawa, and Gavin McLean reviews an exhibition entitled Two Years of fury: The Homosexual Law Reform Campaign 1984-86.

Nelsonian Shirley Tunnicliff is the subject of the ‘Biography of a Public Historian’; and in the series ‘Institutions which Employ Historians’, Bronwyn Dalley profiles the Historical Branch of the Department of Internal Affairs.

Read this issue: Phanzine July 1996