Volume 28, Issue 3 (December 2022)

In the last issue of Phanzine for 2022, Reuben Daubé, Robyn Burgess, and David Verran share their impressions of the three panel discussions held to celebrate the 21st anniversary of Papers Past; Barry Rigby details recent dialogue with Archives New Zealand; Philippa Werry considers the joys and challenges of writing histories for young people; Karin Speedy writes about her new book Foundations; Sandra Gorter reports on the 22nd Biennial conference of Oral History Australia held in Launceston; Libby Bowyer comments on the New Historians Conference 2022; New PHANZA members James Braund and Tony Rasmussen are introduced and new publications and exhibitions from PHANZA members are featured.

Read this issue: Phanzine, December 2022