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  • Chiefs of Industryby Hazel Petrie

    Auckland University Press 2013; US$ 28.99

    Chiefs of Industry is the first book to explore the entrepreneurial activity of Maori in the early colonial period. It focuses on two industries, coastal shipping and flourmilling, where Maori were spectacularly successful in the 1840s and 1850s ? the 'golden age' of Maori enterprise. Historian Hazel Petrie shows how quickly and effectively Maori society... more...

  • Civilisationby Steve Braunias

    Awa Press 2012; US$ 11.99

    Civilisation is Steve Braunias at his best, the scavenger of social lodestone, rich, fascinating and occasionally disturbing stories of settlements?from Kawakawa in the north, to Mosgiel in the south, and Samoa and Antarctica over the seas?and the people who live in them, their lives, loves, aspirations, and sometimes dark secrets. more...

  • Coates of the Kaiparaby Michael Bassett

    Auckland University Press 2013; US$ 28.99

    In the course of his political career Gordon Coates (1878?1943) experienced the extremes of popular adulation and contempt. Handsome, young and debonair, with the common touch, he was a successful minister in the early 1920s and seemed full of promise when he became Prime Minister in 1925 on the death of W.F. Massey. Ten years later, after serving... more...

  • Country of Writingby Lydia Wevers

    Auckland University Press 2013; US$ 28.99

    This pioneering work examines the vast literature of travel that brought New Zealand into the newsstands, libraries and smoking rooms of nineteenth-century Europe and helped place it on the literary map while connecting the new colony to the interests of empire. Wevers's stimulating discussion also provides an oblique history of the young nation. more...

  • CultureShock! New Zealandby Peter Oettli

    Marshall Cavendish International (Asia) Ptd Ltd 2008; US$ 11.17

    CultureShock! New Zealand takes readers to the Land of the Long White Cloud which is home to the Maoris, the Pakehas, the All Blacks and most recently, Middle Earth. Gain insights into why the country ranks as one of the best countries to live and work in. What’s more, real experiences and tips on how to avoid the pitfalls when interacting with... more...

  • Die Allied Mobile Force 1961 bis 2002by Bernd Lemke

    De Gruyter 2015; US$ 84.00

    The Allied Mobile Force (AMF) was created by NATO to fortify its border regions. Designed as both a deterrent and display of Western solidarity, the AMF was intentionally composed of elite units from nations that did not border the Eastern Bloc (including West Germany). The author analyzes the AMF at the strategic, political, and communicative... more...

  • The Dominion of Signsby Nick Perry

    Auckland University Press 2013; US$ 28.99

    If you have ever wondered what led to the rise and fall of New Zealand's Telethon, or pondered the appeal of Metro magazine, or sought to understand the popularity of Billy T. James, this book is for you. The Dominion of Signs is a brilliant and provocative commentary on contemporary New Zealand culture. more...

  • The Father and His Giftby R.C.J. Stone

    Auckland University Press 2013; US$ 23.99

    Few New Zealand biographies are so rich in social and personal detail. Written with the vivid touches of a novelist, The Father and his Gift completes the story of Sir John Logan Campbell, venerated in old age as the Father of Auckland, and presents a compelling portrait of Auckland. The final volume of Logan Campbell's life story traces his struggles... more...

  • Final Approachesby Gerald Hensley

    Auckland University Press 2013; US$ 21.88

    Final Approaches is a memoir by a distinguished senior civil servant, written in a tradition of wit, elegance, learning and intelligence more familiar in Europe than in our own literary history. In a career that engaged with international and national dramas at every turn Hensley writes not about himself but about people, the famous and the forgotten;... more...

  • Fish of the Weekby Steve Braunias

    Awa Press 2009; US$ 11.99

    A collection of New Zealand's most celebrated journalist's works, this lascivious selection of Steve Braunias's columns addresses a variety of topics, including the current state of New Zealand steak, the beauty of mangroves, the lunacy of film festivals, the attractions of small towns, the charms of Cambridge University, and the strange habits of... more...