Breadcrumbs

New Zealand Journal of Public History (NZJPH)

Volume 5, No. 1, December 2017

Full Publication

EDITORIAL
Nadia Gush, pp. 1-2

AN OUTSIDER'S GUIDE TO PUBLIC ORAL HISTORY IN NEW ZEALAND
Nēpia Mahuika, pp. 3-18

NARRATIVE INQUIRY: WRITING HISTORIOGRAPHY
Celine Kearney, pp. 19-24

THE ROLE OF FIRST-PERSON STORYTELLING IN BUILDING A HUMANITARIAN FUTURE
Zoe Roland, pp. 25-44

FLASH HISTORIES pp. 45-55
THE SAUSAGE-SELLER'S TALE - Kristyn Harman
THE COINER'S TALE - Kristyn Harman
OTAGO GOLD RUSH: HAIKU EDITION - Nicola Lemberg
WAIMAKARIRI - Nadia Gush
'SOME EXTRAORDINARY EVIDENCE' - Fiona Martin
A BOWLING FRACAS - Karen Buckley
A PEACOCK IN BLUE VELVET AND BROCADE DRESS - Nadia Gush
PHOENIX: A BRIEF ODE TO A BRIEFER TRIUMPH - Shaynah Jackson
NUCLEAR FREE NEW ZEALAND - Chloe Searle
PARVATI - Fiona Martin

SUMMARY: Neighbours at Puhoi River
Anne Eddy, pp. 56-58

REVIEW: Gallipoli: The Scale of Our War
John Armstrong, pp. 59-63

REVIEW: Hocken: Prince of Collectors
Tom Brooking, pp. 64-68

REVIEW: Remembering Christchurch: Voices from Decades Past
Raymond Richards, pp. 69-72