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II. Secondary Sources

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II. Secondary Sources

A. Books

Akenson, Donald Harman, Half the World from Home: Perspectives of the Irish in New Zealand 1860-1950, Wellington, 1990.

Allan, R. S., ed., Liberty and Learning: Essays in Honour of Sir James Hight, Christchurch, 1950.

Andersen, J. C., and G. C. Petersen, The Mair Family, Wellington, 1956.

Anderson, Benedict, Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origins and Spread of Nationalism, 2nd edn, London, 1991.

Attridge, Derek, Geoff Bennington, and Robert Young>, eds, Post-structuralism and the Question of History, Cambridge, 1987.

Bagnall, A. G., ed., New Zealand National Bibliography to the Year 1960, 5 vols, Wellington, 1969-85.

Ballara, Angela, Proud to Be White?: A Survey of Pakeha Prejudice in New Zealand, Auckland, 1986.

Barrowman, Rachel, A Popular Vision: The Arts and the Left in New Zealand 1930-1950, Wellington, 1991.

Barrowman, Rachel, The Turnbull: A Library and Its World, Auckland, 1995.

Beaglehole, J. C., Victoria University College: An Essay towards a History, Wellington, 1949.

Belich, James, The New Zealand Wars and the Victorian Interpretation of Racial Conflict, Auckland, 1986

Belich, James, Making Peoples: A History of the New Zealanders from Polynesian Settlement to the End of the Nineteenth Century, Auckland, 1996.

Bell, Leonard, Colonial Constructs: European Images of Maori 1840-1914, Auckland, 1992.

Benjamin, Walter, Illuminations, ed. Hannah Arendt, trans. Harry Zohn, London, 1992 (English trans. first pub. 1969).

Binney, Judith, The Legacy of Guilt: A Life of Thomas Kendall, Auckland, 1968.

Burdon, R. M., The New Dominion: A Social and Political History of New Zealand 1918-39, Wellington, 1965.

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Carroll, John, ed., Intruders in the Bush: The Australian Quest for Identity, 2nd edn, Melbourne, 1992.

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Chartier, Roger, Cultural History: Between Practices and Representations, trans. Lydia G. Cochrane, Ithaca, 1988.

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Jenkins, D. L., ed., Union List of Theses of the University of New Zealand 1910-1954, Wellington, 1956.

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LaCapra, Dominick, History and Criticism, Ithaca, 1985.

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Munz, Peter, ed., The Feel of Truth: Essays in New Zealand and Pacific History, Wellington, 1969.

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Park, Iris M., A Study of Two Special New Zealand Collections, Wellington, 1961.

Parker, Christopher, The English Historical Tradition since 1850, Edinburgh, 1990.

Parton, Hugh, The University of New Zealand, Auckland, 1979.

Phillips, Jock, A Man's Country: The Image of the Pakeha Male—A History, 2nd edn, Auckland, 1996.

Reed, A. W., Books Are My Business: The Life of a Publisher, Reading, 1966.

Reid, J. C., New Zealand Non-fiction: A Survey with Notes for Discussion, Wellington, 1968.

Rice, Geoffrey, ed., The Oxford History of New Zealand, 2nd edn, Auckland, 1992.

Roberts, David G., The Wesley Historical Society in Aotearoa/New Zealand: The First Sixty Years, Auckland, 1992.

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Shuker, Roy, Educating the Workers? A History of the Workers' Education Association in New Zealand, Dunedin, 1984.

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Sinclair, Keith, A History of the University of Auckland 1883-1983, Auckland, 1983.

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Sinclair, Keith, Halfway Round the Harbour: An Autobiography, Auckland, 1993.

Sinclair, Keith, ed., Distance Looks Our Way: The Effects of Remoteness on New Zealand, Hamilton, 1961.

Sinclair, Keith, ed., The Oxford Illustrated History of New Zealand, Auckland, 1990.

Slee, Peter R. H., Learning and a Liberal Education: The Study of Modern History in the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge and Manchester, 1800-1914, Manchester, 1986.

Slotkin, Richard, Gunfighter Nation: The Myth of the Frontier in Twentieth-century America, New York, 1992.

Smarr, Janet Levarie, ed., Historical Criticism and the Challenge of Theory, Urbana, 1993.

Soffer, Reba N., Discipline and Power: The University, History, and the Making of an English Elite, 1870-1930, Stanford, 1994.

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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.

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C. Theses and Resarch Essays

Belgrave, Michael, 'Archipelago of Exiles: A Study in the Imperialism of Ideas: Edward Tregear and John Macmillan Brown', MA thesis, University of Auckland, 1979.

Booker, Antony James, 'The Centennial Surveys of New Zealand, 1936-41', BA (Hons) research exercise, Massey University, 1983.

Byrnes, Giselle, 'Savages and Scholars: Some Pakeha Perceptions of the Maori 1890s-1920s', MA thesis, University of Waikato, 1990.

Byrnes, Giselle, 'Inventing New Zealand: Surveying, Science, and the Construction of Cultural Space, 1840s-1890s', PhD thesis, University of Auckland, 1995.

Colquhoun, David, '"Pakeha Maori": The Early Life and Times of Frederick Edward Maning', MA thesis, University of Auckland, 1984.

Dale, Stephanie M., 'Gentleman of Politics: A Life of William Downie Stewart 1878-1949', MA thesis, University of Otago, 1981.

Gibbons, Peter, '"Going Native": A Case Study of Cultural Appropriation in a Settler Society, with Particular Reference to the Activities of Johannes Andersen in New Zealand During the First Half of the Twentieth Century', 3 vols, DPhil thesis, Waikato University, 1992.

Gillespie-Needham, Dulcie N., 'The Colonial and His Books: A Study of Reading in Nineteenth Century New Zealand', PhD thesis, Victoria University of Wellington, 1971.

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Hamer, Paul Allan, 'Nature and Natives: Transforming and Saving the Indigenous in New Zealand', MA thesis, Victoria University of Wellington, 1992.

McClure, Margaret A., 'On Work: Perceptions of Work in Late Nineteenth Century New Zealand 1870-1900', MLitt thesis, University of Auckland, 1993.

Pugh, Michael C, 'The New Zealand Legion and Conservative Protest in the Great Depression', MA thesis, University of Auckland, 1969.

Russell, Matthew, '"Had I but a Trumpet Tongue": George Rusden and His Imperious Duty', MA dissertation, University of Auckland, 1995.

Shuker, Roy Gordon, 'History in the New Zealand Secondary School: A Study in Aspects of Curriculum Development', PhD thesis, Victoria University of Wellington, 1978.

Stuart, Margaret Joan, 'A Space of One's Own: Roles and Images of Women in Historical Society Serial Publications', MA thesis, University of Waikato, 1986.

Taylor, I. G., 'Women at Auckland University College 1930-1935', MA oral history paper, University of Auckland, 1985.

D. Unpublished Papers

Barrowman, Rachel, notes for a talk given at the Government History: Past, Present, Future seminar at the Historical Branch of the Department of Internal Affairs, 10 November 1995.

Colquhoun, David, 'James Cowan 1870-1943: Historian and Journalist', unpublished paper for the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography.

Colquhoun, David, 'The State, Archives Keeping and History Making in New Zealand 1840-1930', draft of a research essay for Diploma in Museum Studies, Massey University, 1996.

Phillips, Jock, '1940—The Centennial', unpublished paper.

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