Erik Olssen, An Accidental Experiment? The Social Bases of an Egalitarian Society, Hocken Lecture 2007, Dunedin, Hocken Library University of Otago, 2008, pp 33.
Annabel Cooper, 'Poor Men in the Land of Promises: Settler Masculinity and the Male Breadwinner Economy in Late Nineteenth-Century New Zealand', Australian Historical Studies, vol 39 June 2008, pp 245 - 61.
Erik Olssen, 'Movement and Persistence, a Case Study of Southern Dunedin in Global Context' in Dynamics of Residential Movement and Attachment in New Zealand: Collected Papers from the FRST-funded research programme Building Attachment in Families and Communities Affected by Transience and Residential Mobility, 2010 [forthcoming online] Available at http://cresa.co.nz from May 2010.
Erik Olssen and Bruce Scates, 'Class Formation and Political Change: A Trans-Tasman Dialogue', Labour History, No. 95 (Nov., 2008), pp. 3-24.
For other publications see refereed publications.
Erik Olssen, Clyde Griffen (Vassar), with Frank Jones (ANU), An Accidental Utopia? Social mobility and the foundations of an egalitarian society, 1880–1940, University of Otago Press (forthcoming).
An Accidental Utopia? Social mobility and the foundations of an egalitarian society, 1880–1940
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