What a nation chooses to remember and forget: the war for New Zealand’s history

What a nation chooses to remember and forget: the war for

What a nation chooses to remember and forget: the war for New Zealand’s history Vincent O’Malley Those who tell Maori to stop living in the past rarely apply the same logic to first world war

What a nation chooses to remember and forget: the war for

Aotearoa New Zealand history with Dr Vincent O’Malley and occasional guest contributors Tuesday, 1 November 2016 What a nation chooses to remember and forget: the war for New Zealand’s history

What a nation chooses to remember and forget: the war for

What a nation chooses to remember and forget: the war for New Zealand’s history | Vincent O’Malley Posted by Breaking News on October 18, 2016 Those who tell Maori to stop living in the past rarely apply the same logic to first world war commemorations.

Vincent O’Malley on Twitter: «What a nation chooses to

Oct 18, 2016 · Tweet with a location. You can add location information to your Tweets, such as your city or precise location, from the web and via third-party applications.

O’Malley, Vincent: What a nation chooses to remember and

‘What a nation chooses to remember and forget: the war for New Zealand’s history‘, Guardian Australia, 18 October 2016. Interesting article for itself and for comparisons with Australia. The author’s book, The Great War for New Zealand Waikato 1800-2000, has just been published.

The Great War for New Zealand | BWB Bridget Williams Books

‘What a nation chooses to remember and forget: the war for New Zealand’s history’, Vincent O’Malley, The Guardian, 18 October 2016 ‘ Editorial: How we should remember our civil war ‘, Vincent O’Malley, Dominion Post , 17 October 2016

History books + Books | Page 28 of 239 | Books | The Guardian

What a nation chooses to remember and forget: the war for New Zealand’s history Vincent O’Malley Those who tell Maori to stop living in the past rarely apply the same logic to first world war

The Battle Over the Memory of the Spanish Civil War

The wounds of the civil war have festered for decades, but they are only now reaching the critical point when a new generation may finally begin to heal the divide.

Lest we forget – Save New Zealand’s memories of war

Lest we forget – Save New Zealand’s memories of war War in the twentieth century was an unforgettable and powerful experience for many individual New Zealanders, and a defining stage in the evolution of New Zealand as a nation.

War and remembrance – NZHistory, New Zealand history online

War has played a defining role in shaping our nation since we first sent troops overseas to South Africa in 1899. As the centenary of the the First World War (2014-18) approaches, many New Zealanders will reflect on our nation’s experiences of war and the impact of conflict on our society.

The Abuses of History – Common Dreams

The historian Carl Becker wrote, «History is what the present chooses to remember about the past.» And as a nation founded on the pillars of genocide, slavery, patriarchy, violent repression of popular movements, savage war crimes committed to expand the empire, and capitalist exploitation, we choose to remember very little.

What Is a Nation? – Wikipedia

«What is a Nation?» is an 1882 lecture by French historian Ernest Renan, known for the statements that a nation is «a daily referendum», and that nations are based as much on what the people jointly forget, as what they remember. It is frequently quoted or anthologized in works of history or political science pertaining to nationalism and national identity. Renan wrote «What is a Nation» in order to symbolize …

Nationhood in Renan  ·

Common Examples – The Library: University of Waikato

Author’s first name and last name, ‘Title of work’ in Title of edited collection, ed. by Editor’s first name and last name (Place of Publication: Publisher, Year Published), page number/s. Note: Use last name if that is the only name by which author is known.

New Zealand Wars | Topic Explorer | Services to Schools

Rudall Hayward’s re-enactment of a famous incident in the New Zealand wars, Rewi’s last stand, was first made as a silent film in 1925. What a nation chooses to remember and forget New Zealand War Memorial.jpg Striking memorial to New Zealand’s war dead …