Auckland University Press

Academic and Professional Publisher of the Year, London Book Fair International Excellence Awards 2016

  • He Reo Wāhine: Māori Women’s Voices from the Nineteenth Century
    Lachy Paterson & Angela Wanhalla

    A bold work that rediscovers the lost voices of Māori women in nineteenth-century New Zealand through their own words – the speeches, letters and testimonies that show a vibrant culture of powerful and learned women. August 2017 >>

  • Tightrope
    Selina Tusitala Marsh

    With warrior fierceness and perceptive humour, ‘Fast-Talking PI’ Selina Tusitala Marsh upholds the mana of the Pacific as she walks the tightrope of tradition and culture. August 2017 >>

  • Teenagers: The Rise of Youth Culture in New Zealand
    Chris Brickell

    From mashers to milk bars, flappers to factory girls, larrikins to louts – this intimate and evocative look at youth culture offers insights into the true lives of teenagers and the history of New Zealand. July 2017 >>

  • Tears of Rangi: Experiments Across Worlds
    Anne Salmond

    We live in a world of gridded maps, Outlook calendars and balance sheets – making it seem that this is the nature of reality itself. But in New Zealand, our history of reciprocal exchange and complex networks may point to new ways of understanding interactions between peoples today. July 2017 >>