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Women now : the legacy of female suffrage / editor, Bronwyn Labrum.

Contributor(s): Labrum, Bronwyn [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Te Papa Thinking about series: v. 1.Publisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Te Papa Press, 2018Description: 207 pages : illustrations (some colour) ; 21 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780994146007; 0994146000.Subject(s): Women -- Suffrage -- New Zealand | Women -- Suffrage -- New Zealand -- HistoryDDC classification: 324.6230993
Contents:
Introduction / Bronwyn Labrum -- The power of the word / Barbara Brookes -- Lives on the line / Sue Bradford -- Our country's mirror / Morgan Godfrey -- Unfinished business / Sandra Coney -- Playing with fire / Fiona Kidman -- What will I tell my daughters? / Holly Walker -- At the forefront / Ben Schrader -- Let's fix this / Golriz Ghahraman -- Mrs Sheppard and Mr Seddon / Megan Whelan -- Pao pao pao / Tina Makereti -- A radical notion / Charlotee Macdonald -- Feminist enough? / Grace Taylor.
Summary: "It’s 125 years since New Zealand women won the right to vote. But the battle for the right to so much else is ongoing. This first volume in the Te Papa ‘Thinking About’ series is published to mark the 125th anniversary of suffrage, and brings together provocative, insightful and energetically argued essays by 12 leading New Zealand writers and thinkers, based around objects from Te Papa’s collection. Essays by Sue Bradford, Barbara Brookes, Sandra Coney, Golriz Ghahraman, Morgan Godfery, Dame Fiona Kidman, Charlotte MacDonald, Tina Makereti, Ben Schrader, Grace Taylor, Holly Walker and Megan Whelan"--Publisher information.
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TWELVE DYNAMIC ESSAYS BY LEADING NEW ZEALAND THINKERS MARK125 YEARS SINCE NEW ZEALAND WON THE RIGHT TO VOTEIt's 125 years since New Zealand women won the right to vote. But the battlefor the right to so much else is ongoing. This first volume in the Te Papa'Thinking About' series is published to mark the 125th anniversary of suffrage,and brings together provocative, insightful and energetically argued essaysby 12 leading New Zealand writers and thinkers, based around objects fromTe Papa's collection.Sandra Coney, Holly Walker, Barbara Brookes, Tina Makereti, Sue Bradford,Morgan Godfery, Golriz Ghahraman, Dame Fiona Kidman, Ben Schrader,Charlotte MacDonald, Grace Taylor and Megan Whelan examine how New Zealandwomen have fared since 1893.

Includes bibliographical references.

Introduction / Bronwyn Labrum -- The power of the word / Barbara Brookes -- Lives on the line / Sue Bradford -- Our country's mirror / Morgan Godfrey -- Unfinished business / Sandra Coney -- Playing with fire / Fiona Kidman -- What will I tell my daughters? / Holly Walker -- At the forefront / Ben Schrader -- Let's fix this / Golriz Ghahraman -- Mrs Sheppard and Mr Seddon / Megan Whelan -- Pao pao pao / Tina Makereti -- A radical notion / Charlotee Macdonald -- Feminist enough? / Grace Taylor.

"It’s 125 years since New Zealand women won the right to vote. But the battle for the right to so much else is ongoing. This first volume in the Te Papa ‘Thinking About’ series is published to mark the 125th anniversary of suffrage, and brings together provocative, insightful and energetically argued essays by 12 leading New Zealand writers and thinkers, based around objects from Te Papa’s collection. Essays by Sue Bradford, Barbara Brookes, Sandra Coney, Golriz Ghahraman, Morgan Godfery, Dame Fiona Kidman, Charlotte MacDonald, Tina Makereti, Ben Schrader, Grace Taylor, Holly Walker and Megan Whelan"--Publisher information.