Remaking the Tasman World

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Exploring New Zealand’s most important and extensive relationship—with Australia—on a variety of levels, this wide-ranging, fresh analysis focuses on trans-Tasman communities largely ignored by national histories. The narrative concentrates on 20th-century relations in a working region defined by a history of traffic in ideas, policies, objects, and people between the two countries. From early maps of Australasia to accounts of a shared business world and sports bonds, a common past is unearthed and reordered in ...

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Overview

Exploring New Zealand’s most important and extensive relationship—with Australia—on a variety of levels, this wide-ranging, fresh analysis focuses on trans-Tasman communities largely ignored by national histories. The narrative concentrates on 20th-century relations in a working region defined by a history of traffic in ideas, policies, objects, and people between the two countries. From early maps of Australasia to accounts of a shared business world and sports bonds, a common past is unearthed and reordered in a history filled with wit and insight.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781877257629
  • Publisher: Canterbury University Press
  • Publication date: 9/1/2009
  • Pages: 296
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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Philippa Mein Smith is the director of the New Zealand Australia Research Centre at the University of Canterbury. Peter Hempenstall is a professor emeritus of history at the University of Canterbury. Shaun Goldfinch is a senior lecturer in the department of politics at the University of Otago.

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Table of Contents

Preface 7

1 Rediscovering the Tasman World Philippa Mein Smith Peter Hempenstall 13

2 The Cartoon History of Tasman Relations Philippa Mein Smith 31

3 Living Together Philippa Mein Smith Peter Hempenstall 56

4 Shared State Experiments Shaun Goldfinch Philippa Mein Smith 81

5 Trading Places Philippa Mein Smith 98

6 Doing Business Shaun Goldfinch 122

7 Learning Together Peter Hempenstall 143

8 Playing Together Rosemary Baird Peter Hempenstall 162

9 Defending the Realm Stuart McMillan 184

10 Australasia Dreaming Peter Hempenstall Philippa Mein Smith 206

Notes 221

Bibliography 260

Index 284

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