The books in the Auckland University Press list arranged by subject.
The Press’s archaeology list digs up fascinating knowledge about New Zealand’s past from the Waihou River to Kohika to Pouerua.
Long live New Zealand’s built history! Includes books on Māori, modern and contemporary New Zealand architecture.
Gorgeously illustrated books on New Zealand painting, sculpture and art history, and on artists such as Marti Friedlander, Len Lye, Milan Mrkusich and Colin McCahon.
Books explore the role of Asia in the making of New Zealand and issues around contemporary Asian New Zealand identity.
Beautifully told personal stories – from an insider’s view of the global financial crisis to the lives of writers and artists including C. K. Stead and Jacqueline Fahey.
The lives of memorable New Zealanders from Bill Pearson to Rob Muldoon, Charles Heaphy to Robin Hyde.
From wool to Weta, globalisation to SMEs: great books on business and economics
From illness to treatments, epidemiology to individuals – books that measure New Zealand’s vital statistics.
Big ideas, in-depth research and engaging writing on subjects ranging from music to war, the Treaty to cookbooks, high-country stations to Māori entrepreneurs.
Insightful literary criticism from Allen Curnow, C. K. Stead, Frank Sargeson, Alex Calder, Jan Cronin and Mark Williams, as well as classic New Zealand novels.
From mōteatea to music, churches to carving, whaikōrero to whakataukī, the Press’s Māori list includes books from some of New Zealand’s best scholars – as well as two best-selling dictionaries.
Stories, song, ethnography, medical beliefs and history: books that encompass the warm winds of change across the Pacific.
‘Let us make an example of poetry.’ – Allen Curnow. Outstanding poetry books from New Zealand’s best poets.
Books tackle a range of issues in contemporary New Zealand politics and legal studies.
Natural history and science titles on subjects including volcanoes and wild plants, psychology and Antarctica.
Cutting-edge research in fields such as media, communications, education and demography.