New Zealand’s London by Felicity Barnes and Far from ‘Home’ edited by Lyndon Fraser and Angela McCarthy – review

By Ian Conrich In Books

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10th January, 2013
Research into New Zealand’s social and cultural history continues to evolve at an impressive rate. The range of subjects being covered and the quality of many publications suggest what can be defined as New Zealand Studies is of significant academic weight. Many similar academic books would often fail to appeal to the general population in other countries, but in New Zealand the wider public appears to have a healthy interest in books that seek to document, examine and understand the country’s unique identity – past and present. In a way, this is not surprising: ours is a relatively ...

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