Peter Adams
Fatal Necessity, now re-issued as an ebook, is a detailed examination of the circumstances leading to British intervention and hence to the Treaty of Waitangi. ... [+]
John Pratt
A penetrating discussion of the dramatic transformation in penal thought in New Zealand and the lasting damage it has caused.... [+]
Anne Smith
Understanding Children and Childhood examines how and why children develop, and how they interact with the people and events in their lives. Anne Smith’s multi-disciplinary perspective helps build a... [+]
Hamish Campbell
A provocative treatment of the ‘Drowning Zealandia’ scientific controversy by geologist Hamish Campbell.... [+]
Robert Wade
This stunning sweep of western societies by New Zealander Robert Wade, professor at the London School of Economics, reveals why inequality has risen internationally, how it’s been justified, and the... [+]
Jane Kelsey
In this hard-hitting BWB Text, Professor Jane Kelsey picks apart the current negotiations surrounding the proposed Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement and comes to some disturbing conclusions. ... [+]
Rebecca Macfie
Written over a period of two years, Rebecca Macfie's searing account of the Christchurch earthquakes traces the city's struggle to recover from the disaster and plan for the future. Publishe... [+]
Rod Edmond
The various paths by which two of the author’s great-grandparents came to the southern hemisphere are central to this work. Their experiences of departure, displacement and un/settlement raise quest... [+]
Kathleen Jones
This stunning chapter from Kathleen Jones's biography 'Katherine Mansfield: The Story-teller' (2010) describes Mansfield's last days and death at chateau near Paris, the centre of ... [+]
Claudia Orange
In this short and lively history, the story of the Treaty of Waitangi comes right up to the present. Generously illustrated, this popular book is now printed in full colour, ensuring its place on the ... [+]