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Wilton_cover_thumbnailMy Body, My Business
New Zealand sex workers in an era of change

Caren Wilton

• Based on interviews with sex workers

• Frank, moving accounts

Paperback, 215 x 165 mm, 286 pp
ISBN 978-1-98-853132-8, $45
IN-STORE: NOVEMBER 2018

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Bell front cover thumbnailThe Unconventional Career of Dr Muriel Bell

Diana Brown

• Compelling biography of NZ’s first state nutritionist

• First woman MD

• Pioneer of school milk, iodised salt, fluoridation

• Nutritional trailblazer

Paperback with photo section, 230 x 150 mm, 196 pp
ISBN 978-1-98-853130-4, $35
IN-STORE: NOVEMBER 2018

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Cooper cover landscape thumbnailFilming the Colonial Past
The New Zealand Wars on Screen

Annabel Cooper

• Charts Māori/Pākehā relations in filmmaking

• Fascinating inside stories

• Clearsighted account of changing cultural attitudes

Paperback, 200 x 240 mm, 304 pp approx.
ISBN 978-1-98-853108-3, $49.95
IN-STORE: NOVEMBER 2018

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Clarke_coverOTAGO
150 Years of New Zealand's First University

Alison Clarke

• Comprehensive history

• Inclusive focus, not ‘top down’

• Full colour

• High quality, low price

Jacketed hardback, 253 x 189 mm, 472 pp approx.
ISBN 978-1-98-853133-5, $50
IN-STORE: DECEMBER 2018

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Bunce_cover_thumbnailSlippery Jim or Patriotic Statesman?
James Macandrew of Otago

R.J. Bunce

• Biography of a colourful and controversial politician, church elder and convicted debtor

Paperback, photos throughout, 240 x 170 mm, 384 pp
ISBN 978-1-98-853135-9, $45
IN-STORE: DECEMBER 2018

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Peat_wanaka_ThumbnailWanaka
Lake, Mountain, Adventure

Neville Peat

• Completely revised and redesigned

• Perfect visitor guide

• Brand-new content

Paperback, 210 x 170 mm, 80 pp.
ISBN 978-1-98-853136-6, $19.95
IN-STORE: DECEMBER 2018

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Brookes_cover_thumbnailPast Caring?
Women, work and emotion

Edited by Barbara Brookes, Jane McCabe and Angela Wanhalla

• Readable personal narratives

• Opens up an overdue discussion

• Top-ranked contributors

Paperback, 230 x 150 mm, 286 pp approx.
ISBN 978-1-98-853134-2, $39.95
IN-STORE: FEBRUARY 2019

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