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B. Articles and Sections of Books

B. Articles and Sections of Books

Bagnall, A. G., 'The Rival Bibliographers James Collier and T. M. Hocken', Turnbull Library Record, 1, 2 (November 1967), pp. 22-31.

Bagnall, A. G., 'A Troubled Childhood: "The Nucleus of a National Collection"', Turnbull Library Record, 3, 2 (August 1970), pp. 92-111.

Bagnall, A. G., 'Sir Alister McIntosh KCMG 1906-1978', Turnbull Library Record, 12, 1 (May 1979), pp. 5-9.

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Bagnall, A. G., 'Ruth Miriam Ross, 1920-1982', Turnbull Library Record, 16, 1 (May 1983), pp. 54-60.

Beaglehole, J. C., 'The Library and the Cosmos', Turnbull Library Record, 3, 2, August 1970, pp. 65-77.

Beaglehole, T. H., '"Home"? J. C. Beaglehole in London, 1925-1929', Turnbull Library Record, 14, 2 (October 1981), pp. 61-82.

Boyd, Mary, 'Women in the Historical Profession: Women Historians in the 1940s', Women's Studies Journal, 4, 1 (September 1988), pp. 76-87.

Burnett, R. I. M., 'John Beaglehole', Turnbull Library Record, 5, 1 (May 1972), pp. 4-8.

Calder, Alex, review of Sturm, ed., The Oxford History of New Zealand Literature, Landfall, 46 (March 1992), pp. 98-109.

Carr, David, 'Narrative and the Real World: An Argument for Continuity', History and Theory, 25 (1986), pp. 117-31.

Chapman, Robert, 'Fiction and the Social Pattern: Some Implications of Recent N. Z. Writing', Landfall, 7, 1 (March 1953), pp. 26-58.

Chapman, Robert, and Keith Sinclair, 'Willis Thomas Goodwin Airey', in Chapman and Sinclair, eds, Studies of a Small Democracy: Essays in Honour of Willis Airey, Auckland, 1963.

Clifford, James, '"Hanging Up Looking Glasses at Odd Corners": Ethnobiographical Prospects', in Daniel Aaron, ed., Studies in Biography, Cambridge, Mass., 1978.

Coleridge, K. A., 'Horace Fildes and His Collection', New Zealand Libraries>, 38, 5 (October 1975), pp. 254-69.

Dalziel, Raewyn, 'The Colonial Helpmeet: Women's Role and the Vote in Nineteenth Century New Zealand', New Zealand Journal of History>, 11, 2 (October 1977), pp. 112-23.

Davidson, J. W., 'The New Zealand Scholar: A Note on J. C. Beaglehole, 1901-1971', Journal of Pacific History, 7 (1972), pp. 151-54.

During, Simon, 'What Was the West? Some Relations between Modernity, Colonisation and Writing', Meanjin, 48, 4 (Summer 1989), 759-76.

Eldred-Grigg, Stevan, 'A Bourgeois Blue? Nationalism and Letters from the 1920s to the 1950s', Landfall, 41 (September 1987), pp. 293-311.

Gardner, W. J., 'Grass Roots and Dredge Tailings: Reflections on Local History', Landfall, 11, 3 (September 1957), pp. 221-33.

Gates, Henry Louis, Jr., 'Writing "Race" and the Difference It Makes', Critical Inquiry, 12 (Autumn 1985), pp. 1-20.

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Gibbons, P. J., 'A Note on Writing, Identity, and Colonisation in Aotearoa', Sites, 13 (Spring 1986), pp. 32-8.

Harlan, David, 'Intellectual History and the Return of Literature', American Historical Review, 94, 3 (June 1989), 581-609.

Healy, Chris, 'Histories and Collecting: Museums, Objects and Memories', in Kate Darian-Smith and Paula Hamilton, eds, Memory and History in Twentieth-Century Australia, Melbourne, 1994.

Hoare, Michael E., 'The Board of Science and Art 1913-1930: A Precursor to the DSIR', in M. E. Hoare and L. G. Bell, eds, In Search of New Zealand's Scientific Heritage, Wellington, 1984.

Hollinger, David A., 'The Return of the Prodigal: The Persistence of Historical Knowing', American Historical Review, 94, 3 (June 1989), 610-21.

Jacoby, Russell, 'A New Intellectual History?', American Historical Review, 97, 2 (April 1992), 405-24.

LaCapra, Dominick, 'Intellectual History and Its Ways', American Historical Review, 97, 2 (April 1992), pp. 425-39.

LaCapra, Dominick, 'History, Language, and Reading: Waiting for Crillon', American Historical Review, 100, 3 (June 1995), pp. 799-828.

Lamb, Jonathan, 'The New Zealand Sublime', Meanjin, 49, 4 (Summer 1990), pp. 663-75.

Madden, Frederick, 'The Commonwealth, Commonwealth History, and Oxford, 1905-1971', in Frederick Madden and D. K. Fieldhouse, eds, Oxford and the Idea of the Commonwealth: Essays Presented to Sir Edgar Williams, London, 1982.

McAloon, Jim, 'The Colonial Wealthy in Canterbury and Otago: No Idle Rich', New Zealand Journal of History, 30, 1 (April 1996), pp. 43-60.

McIntyre, W. David, 'Imperial Jubilee: W. P. Morrell's Contributions to Imperial History', New Zealand Journal of History, 16, 1 (April 1982), pp. 56-67.

McIver, Helene, 'Airini Elizabeth Woodhouse (Rhodes)', in Anna Rebecca, ed., Notable South Canterbury Women, Timaru, 1993.

Megill, Allan, and Donald N. McCloskey, 'The Rhetoric of History', in John S. Nelson, Allan Megill and Donald N. McCloskey, eds, The Rhetoric of the Human Sciences, Madison, 1987.

Menzies, Trixie Te Arama, 'Kowhai Gold—Skeleton or Scapegoat?', Landfall, 165 (March 1988), pp. 19-26.

Nightingale, Tony, 'Shirley Tunnicliff: Nelson Historian', Phanzine, 2, 2, July 1996, pp. 5-7.

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Olssen, Erik, 'Where to from Here? Reflections on the Twentieth-Century Historiography of Nineteenth-Century New Zealand', New Zealand Journal of History, 26, 1 (April 1992), pp. 54-77.

Pearson, W. H., 'Fretful Sleepers: A Sketch of New Zealand Behaviour and Its Implications for the Artist', Landfall, 6, 3 (September 1952), pp. 201-30.

Phillips, J. O. C., 'Musings in Maoriland—or Was There a Bulletin School in New Zealand?', Historical Studies, 20, 81 (October 1983), pp. 520-35.

Phillips, J. O. C., 'Of Verandahs and Fish and Chips and Footie on Saturday Afternoon: Reflections on 100 Years of New Zealand Historiography', New Zealand Journal of History, 24, 2 (October 1990), pp. 118-34.

Pickens, K. A., 'The Writing of New Zealand History: A Kuhnian Perspective', Historical Studies, 17 (April 1977), pp. 384-98.

Reilly, Michael, 'John White: The Making of a Nineteenth-century Writer and Collector of Maori Tradition', New Zealand Journal of History, 23, 2 (October 1989), pp. 157-72.

Renwick, W. L., '"Show Us These Islands and Ourselves … Give Us a Home in Thought"', New Zealand Journal of History, 21, 2 (October 1987), pp. 197-214.

Scholes, Robert, 'Canonicity and Textuality', in Joseph Gibaldi, ed., Introduction to Scholarship in Modern Languages and Literatures, New York, 1992.

Sharpe, Maureen, 'Anzac Day in New Zealand, 1916-1939'New Zealand Journal of History, 15, 2 (October 1981), pp. 97-114.

Sherrer, Johannah, '"The Most Amusing Book in the Language": The Dictionary of National Biography', in James Rettig, ed., Distinguished Classics of Reference Publishing, Phoenix, 1992.

Sinclair, Keith, 'New Zealand', in Robin W. Winks, ed., The Historiography of the British Empire-Commonwealth: Trends, Interpretations, and Resources, Durham, North Carolina, 1966.

Sinclair, Keith, 'New Zealand Literary History', New Zealand Journal of History, 12, 1 (April 1978), pp. 69-74.

Sinclair, Keith, 'The Beginnings of a Colonial Nationalism: Richard Jebb in New Zealand, 1899' in John Eddy and Deryck Schreuder, eds, The Rise of Colonial Nationalism: Australia, New Zealand, Canada and South Africa First Assert Their Nationalities 1880-1914, Sydney, 1988.

Stenhouse, John, 'The Darwinian Enlightenment and New Zealand Polities', in Roy MacLeod and Philip F. Rehbock, eds, Darwin's Laboratory: Evolutionary Theory and Natural History in the Pacific, Honolulu, 1994.

Stenson, Marcia, 'History in New Zealand Schools', New Zealand Journal of History, 24, 2 (October 1990), pp. 168-81.

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Strachan, S. R., 'The Turnbull: A Review Essay', New Zealand Libraries, 48, 7 (September 1996), pp. 130-2.

Sturm, Terry, 'New Zealand Poetry in the Depression', in Wystan Curnow, ed., Essays on New Zealand Literature, Auckland, 1973.

Thomas, Julian, '1938: Past and Present in an Elaborate Anniversary', Australian Historical Studies, 23, 41 (October 1988), pp. 77-89.

Toews, John E., 'Intellectual History after the Linguistic Turn: The Autonomy of Meaning and the Irreducibility of Experience', American Historical Review, 92, 4 (October 1987), pp. 879-907.

Wilson, T. G., 'The Writing of History in New Zealand: Some Observations', Landfall, 9, 3 (September 1955), pp. 213-33.

Woodhouse, Alice, 'Early Days in the Turnbull Library', Turnbull Library Record, 3, 2 (August 1970), pp. 112-19.