Volume 26, Issue 2 (September 2020)

In September’s issue of Phanzine, Anthony Dreaver reports on local efforts to present Kapiti’s history; Michael Kelly looks into the thorny issue of memorials to scoundrels; Mark Derby reflects on writing on the Mount Eden Prison; and Brian Easton details the trials involved in writing New Zealand economic history.

As part of PHANZA members’ reflections on Covid-19, Jamie Jacobs reports on a virtual international conference; Mark Webster writes on MOTAT’s lockdown experience; Michael Wynd reflects as a historian in lockdown; and Bronwyn Labrum documents Canterbury Museum’s Covid-19 response.

Read this issue: Phanzine, September 2020