Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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978-1-4422-7438-9 • Hardback • October 2016 • $147.00 • (£113.00)
978-1-4422-7439-6 • eBook • October 2016 • $139.50 • (£108.00)
Janine Hayward is an Associate Professor of New Zealand Politics at the University of Otago, New Zealand. She has published in the fields of the Treaty of Waitangi, constitutional politics, local government politics, electoral reform, and media and politics.
Richard Shaw is a professor in the Politics Programme at Massey University. He teaches New Zealand politics, with research expertise in the role of political advisers in executive government.
List of Maps and Tables
Editor’s Foreword Jon Woronoff
Glossary of Maori Words
About the Authors
With this third edition, Historical Dictionary of New Zealand is renewed and reinforced as one of the important general reference sources on New Zealand’s history and, especially, politics. It will be valuable to libraries in institutions where there is study or research interest in the country, primarily for the overview it provides and as a quick reference source. Given New Zealand’s position on the geographic extremities of the Anglosphere, it will also be useful in libraries, both academic and public, as a general reference and introduction to a country which many will know of, but know little about.
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