Use the links below to read about the topics:


Single mothers and Auckland’s Salvation Army Bethany Home 1960s-70s

Dalmatian Aucklanders

From Auckland to Tito’s Yugoslavia, 1948 and 1949

1918 influenza epidemic

Auckland City Mission


Heritage and History

Pasifika and Auckland

International students in Auckland 1950s-2000s

Auckland’s Chinese People

Maungakiekie/ One Tree Hill


Women in Auckland politics: Mary Dreaver and Mere Newton

Auckland’s Harbour Bridge

Auckland’s Māori Community Centre

Pedestrianising Auckland’s Queen Street, 1979

Women’s political activism in Auckland: Emily Gibson

Auckland’s early Pacific

Auckland Riots of 1932

JAFAS: Just Another F******g Annoying Stereotype?


Resources: Curating the 1981 Springbok tour

Resources: Auckland Libraries’ Heritage Collections

Resources: Walsh Memorial Library, MOTAT

Resources: Sources for the Social History of Auckland, Report 1985

Resources: Auckland Bibliography, 1988


Lecture: Auckland historiography

Lecture: Public history and the power of place

Lecture: Government House

Lecture: Auckland’s origins as a garrison town

Lecture: Chinese, Indian, Lebanese, & Dalmatians arrive in Auckland, 1890-1920s

Lecture: Explaining Auckland’s growth