Volume 29, Issue 1 (April 2023)

In the April 2023 issue of Phanzine Michael Kelly reflects on what the New Zealand history curriculum will mean in schools; Julia Bradshaw describes recent developments at Canterbury Museum; Connor Lysaght describes the ins and outs of digitizing a significant photography collection; John Martin gives some of the back story to his new book on Wellington; Linda Tyler considers the legacies of carver, sculptor and curator John Edgar; Michael Kelly looks at the revised Government Heritage Policy and its implications for government agencies; Cheryl Ware reports on the National Oral History Association of New Zealand conference; Libby Bowyer reports on the Australia and New Zealand Law and History Conference and the Aotearoa Gender History Network Workshop; Sandra Gorter describes a Christmas walking tour of Pukekawa; New and returning members Anne Else, Connor Lysaght, Michelle Moffat and Kayli Taylor are profiled and PHANZA member publications and exhibitions are introduced.

Read this issue: Phanzine, April 2023