Frances Steel, a New Zealander, is Senior Lecturer in History at the University of Wollongong. Her research connects histories of empire, mobility and the sea in the Paci c World. She is the author of Oceania under Steam: Sea Transport and the Cultures of Colonialism, c.1870–1914 (Manchester University Press, 2011), and with Julia Martinez, Claire Lowrie and Victoria Haskins, Colonialism and Male Domestic Service across the Asia Paci c (Bloomsbury, 2018).... [+]
Murdoch Stephens began the Doing Our Bit campaign to double New Zealand's refugee quota in June 2013. He has published dozens of opinion editorials, a... [+]
Te Maire Tau is an historian of Ngāi Tahu descent, who lectures at the University of Canterbury.... [+]
Margaret Tennant is Honorary Research Professor in the School of Humanities at Massey University.... [+]
Simon Terry is Executive Director of the Sustainability Council.... [+]
David Thomson is formerly the head of the School of History, Philosophy and Politics at Massey University. ... [+]
Robert Wade is Professor of Political Economy and Development at the London School of Economics.... [+]
Holly Walker is a writer, reviewer and children's advocate based in Lower Hutt. From 2011 - 2014 she was a Member of Parliament for the Green Party an... [+]
A graduate in anthropology from Auckland University, Craig has managed tertiary educational programmes in Australasia and the Middle East.... [+]
Angela Wanhalla lectures in history at the University of Otago. ... [+]