Undreamed of ...
50 Years of the Frances Hodgkins Fellowship
By Priscilla Pitts and Andrea Hotere
In 1966 Michael Illingworth, whose oil painting Adam and Eve appears on the cover of this book, was awarded the inaugural Frances Hodgkins Fellowship.
For the first time in New Zealand a practising artist was given a studio and paid a salary to make art for a whole year. Such support, as Frances Hodgkins herself wrote from her own experience, was capable of “yielding up riches – undreamed of”.
This book brings together the art and the stories of half a century of Frances Hodgkins fellows. Arts commentator Priscilla Pitts writes about their work, while journalist Andrea Hotere interviews the artists about their lives and sources of inspiration.
The result is a vibrant celebration of the talent fostered through New Zealand’s foremost visual arts residency, showing how the artistic wealth created has flowed back into the culture of the small country that nurtured it.
Surviving and Creating Change in Education
This book is about disobedience; positive disobedience as a kind of professional behaviour. It shows how teachers can survive – and even influence – an education system that damages potential. More importantly, it is an arm around the shoulder of “disobedient” teachers who transform people’s lives, not by climbing promotion ladders, but by operating at the grassroots.
This book shows how the essence of what makes a great teacher is the ability to change educational practices that have been shaped by anxiety, ritual and convention.
Until the age of 15, author Welby Ings could neither read nor write. He was considered “slow” at school and was eventually expelled. He is now an award-winning academic, designer, filmmaker and playwright and, in 2001, was awarded the Prime Minister’s inaugural Supreme Award for Tertiary Teaching Excellence.
For further information:
Books by Otago alumni
Sir John Walsh and His Legacy to the Dental Profession, by Harvey Brown, NZ Dental Association and Sir John Walsh Biography Trust, July 2017.
Adrift Among the Stars, by John Dickey. JoSara MeDia, Tomball (Texas), February 2017.
The BDS Class of 1966: 50 Years On, edited by Alastair Goss, Snap Medindie Printing (Adelaide), 2017.
Lifestyle Sports and Public Policy, by Sandro Carnicelli and Daniel Turner, Routledge, 2017.
Astride a Fierce Wind, by Huberta Hellendoorn, Mākaro Press, May 2017.
Hebrews and the Temple: Attitudes to the Temple in Second Temple Judaism and in Hebrews, NovTSup 171, by Philip Church, Leiden: Brill, 2017.
Leadership Material: How Personal Experience Shapes Executive Presence, by Diana Jones, Nicholas Brieley (Boston, London), Hachete (New Zealand, Australia).
Smart Yoga: Apply the Alexander Technique to Enhance Your Practice, Prevent Injury, and Increase Body Awareness, by David Moore, North Atlantic Books (USA) June 2017.
Global Health: An Introduction to Current and Future Trends (2nd edition), by Kevin McCracken and David R. Phillips, Routledge, (London, New York), June 2017.
Parliamentary Practice in New Zealand (4th edition), edited by Mary Harris and David Wilson.
Flags of the Commonwealth, by A. W. (Wyn) Beasley, Winter Productions, March 2016.
Pushing Boundaries: New Zealand Protestants and Overseas Missions 1827-1939, by Hugh Morrison, Otago University Press, 2016.
The FIGO Textbook of Pregnancy Hypertension, edited by Laura A. Magee, Peter von Dadelszen, William Stones and Matthews Mathai, Global Library of Women’s Medicine (London), 2016.
A Mother’s Memoirs: Travels of a New Zealander in 1929, by Margaret Jessie Munro, Balboa Press, 2015.
Zeal & Honour: The Life and Times of Bernard Freyberg, by A. W. (Wyn) Beasley, Winter Productions, April 2015.
Run Your Business Better, by Stephen Barnes, Major Street Publishing, June 2017.
Marine Conservation, by P. Keith Probert, Cambridge University Press, July 2017.
Creating Religious Childhoods in Anglo-World and British Colonial Contexts, 1800-1950, editors Hugh Morrison and Mary Clare Martin, Routledge (London and New York) 2017.
Alumni: If you have published a book recently please email email@example.com