Diana Morrow

Historian, Researcher.

Historian Diana Morrow was born in Canada, came to New Zealand in 1980 and gained her PhD in History from Victoria University of Wellington in 1997. She has worked as an archivist at Archives New Zealand, as an interpretive consultant/researcher/writer for museums, as a tutor and part-time lecturer at Victoria University, and as a professional historian on contract for the Waitangi Tribunal and the Office of Treaty Settlements. After moving to Auckland in 2003, she worked on contract for The University of Auckland on the Auckland Business History Project, which produced a book, City of Enterprise: Perspectives on Auckland Business History. She co-wrote with Jennifer Carlyon two local histories, Urban Village: The Story of Ponsonby, Freeman’s Bay & St Mary’s Bay and A Fine Prospect: A History of Remuera, Meadowbank and St Johns, and she co-edited Jewish Lives in New Zealand.