Volume 26, Issue 1 (May 2020)

In the first issue for 2020, Sandra Gorter describes PHANZA’s Auckland Christmas get together; Peter Cooke reviews the World War II conference held in Wellington; Michael Kelly makes the sustainability argument for preserving heritage; we profile our first Contestable Fund recipient; Jock Phillips looks at the prospects for the new history curriculum for schools; Margaret Tennant reviews the 2019 NZHA conference, while Monica Webb reports on the Women’s Caucus Breakfast; we look at recent member publications; and Ian Dougherty recounts a less than happy publishing experience.

Read this issue: Phanzine, May 2020