Books

Graeme Kennedy (ed)
$59.99
This essential guide is the only New Zealand Sign Language dictionary in print. Containing over 2500 commonly used signs, it is based on the comprehensive NZSL.... [+]
Lloyd Geering
$34.99
Once again, Lloyd Geering responds to the pressing concerns of contemporary religion. Readers will welcome these deeply considered words from an international scholar. ... [+]
W. H. Oliver
$39.99
Bill Oliver, a central figure in New Zealand’s intellectual landscape, reflects on the decades of his own life, and the history that has shaped him. ... [+]
Karen Sinclair
Māori prophetic movements from the late nineteenth century are widely known. This book looks at the twentieth-century leader, Hori Enoka Mareikura, from the Ruapehu district. Today, his prophetic say... [+]
Lloyd Geering
Lloyd Geering’s vision of a new global spirituality that may enable humankind to survive, even flourish, on planet earth. ... [+]
Giselle Byrnes
'Boundary Markers' offers an alternative reading of European colonisation. The text carefully explores the interconnection of an established culture with that of the newcomers.... [+]
Paul Monin
The Hauraki Gulf was a hotly contested area during the first hundred years of European settlement. This account of a region in transformation is pertinent today, as Treaty settlements continue to be n... [+]
Andrew Sharp (ed) | P. G. McHugh (ed)
A book about what people do when they produce histories about the past. Wide-ranging essays on history, politics and law – for people who want to look hard at the world.... [+]
Lauris Edmond
Lauris Edmond completed her remarkable three-volume autobiography in the early 1990s. One of the great accounts of a New Zealand writer’s life and her writing.... [+]
Rachel McKee
$39.99
In a language rarely translated into print, the ‘people of the eye’ tell their stories, bringing to life a world little known outside Deaf culture. ... [+]

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