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Publications

  • Judi Boyd and Erik Olssen, "The Skilled Workers: Journeymen and Masters in Caversham, 1880-1914", New Zealand Journal of History, 22 (Oct. 1988), pp. 118-35.
  • Barbara Brookes, ed., At Home in New Zealand: History, Houses, People, Auckland, 2000.
  • Brookes, Barbara, "Hygiene, health, and bodily knowledge, 1880-1940: A New Zealand case study." Journal of Family History 28(2) (2003): 297-313
  • Barbara Brookes, Annabel Cooper and Robin Law, eds., Sites of Gender: Women, Men & Modernity in Southern Dunedin, 1880-1939, Auckland, 2003.
  • Barbara Brookes and Jane Thomson (eds.), Unfortunate Folk: Essays on Mental Health Treatment, 1863-1992, Dunedin, 2001.
  • Tom Brooking, David Thomson, Dick Martin and Hamish James, "The Ties That Bind: Persistence in a New World Industrial Suburb, 1902-1922", Social History, 24 (Jan. 1999), pp. 55-73.
  • Annabel Cooper, Robin Law, Jane Malthus and Pamela Wood, "Rooms of their Own: Public Toilets and Gendered Citizens in a New Zealand City, 1860-1940", Gender, Place and Culture, 7, 4 (2000), pp. 417-33.
  • Annabel Cooper and Marian Horan, 'Poverty in the New World Dream: Families and Gender in Southern Dunedin...', Journal of Family History, 29, 2 (2004), pp. 107 - 134.
  • 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.
  • Clyde Griffen, 'The New World Working-Class Suburb Revisited: Residential Differentiation in Caversham, New Zealand', Journal of Urban History, 27, 4 (May 2001), pp. 420-444.
  • Brian Heenan, "Career migration as personal biography: New Zealand case studies", New Zealand Geographer, 55, 1 (1999), pp. 12-24.
  • Brian Heenan, 'Population Ageing among Non-Maori New Zealanders in Later Victorian Times: A Quirk of Immigrant Settlement History?', New Zealand Journal of History, vol. 35, no. 2, October 2001, pp. 177-203.
  • David Hood, 'Matching multiple data sources from New Zealand: the experience of the Caversham project', History and Computing, 12, 2 (2000) , pp. 227 - 244.
  • David Hood, 'Past Lessons: Best Practice in Quantitative Historical Research', Miles Fairburn, Erik Olssen (eds.), Class, Gender and the Vote: Historical Perspectives from New Zealand, University of Otago Press: Dunedin, 2005, pp. 217 - 232.
  • Penny Isaac and Erik Olssen, "The Justification for Labour's Housing Scheme: The Discourse of the Slum," in Barbara Brookes, ed., At Home in New Zealand: History, Houses, People, Auckland, 2000.
  • Hamish James, "A Database for all Seasons", Archifacts (Oct. 1998), pp. 57-71.
  • Rob Kitchen and Robin Law (2001), 'The Socio-Spatial Construction of (In) accessible Public Toilets', Urban Studies, vol. 38, 2 (2001), pp. 287-298.
  • Robin Law, "Gender and daily mobility in a New Zealand city, 1920-1960', Journal of Social & Cultural Geography, 3, 4 (2002), 425-445.
  • Robin Law, "Beyond 'women and transport': Towards New Geographies of Gender and Daily Mobility", Progress in Human Geography, 23, 4 (October 1999), pp. 567-588.
  • Kieran O'Connell, '"Be strong and show thyself a man": Christian masculinities in southern Dunedin, 1895 - 1925', John Stenhouse and Jane Thomson (eds.), Building God's Own Country: Historical Essays on Religion in New Zealand, University of Otago Press: Dunedin 2004, pp.169 - 84.
  • book coverErik Olssen, Building the New World: work, politics and society in Caversham, 1880s-1920s, Auckland, 1995. (winner of the J.E. Sherrard Prize, 1996).
  • Erik Olssen, '"For Better or Worse": Marriage Patterns in Dunedin's Southern Suburbs, 1881 - 1938', Miles Fairburn, Erik Olssen (eds.), Class, Gender and the Vote: Historical Perspectives from New Zealand, University of Otago Press: Dunedin, 2005, pp. 75 - 100.
  • Erik Olssen, Tom Brooking, Brian Heenan, Clyde Griffen and Hamish James, "Urban Society and the Opportunity Structure in New Zealand: The Caversham Project", Social History, 24 (Jan. 1999), pp. 39-54.
  • Erik Olssen and Hamish James, "Class Formation in a New World Industrial Suburb: Social Mobility in Caversham", International Review of Social History, 44 (1999), pp. 419-48.
  • Erik Olssen, An Accidental Experiment? The Social Bases of an Egalitarian Society, Hocken Lecture 2007, Dunedin, Hocken Library University of Otago, 2008, pp 33.
  • 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.
  • Louise Shaw and Barbara Brookes, "Constructing Homes: Gender and Advertising in Home and Building, 1936-1970", New Zealand Journal of History, 33, 2 (1999), pp. 200-220.
  • John Stenhouse, 'Church, Occupation and Class in Southern Dunedin, 1890 - 1940', Miles Fairburn, Erik Olssen (eds.), Class, Gender and the Vote: Historical Perspectives from New Zealand, University of Otago Press: Dunedin, 2005, pp. 51 - 74.
  • John Stenhouse, 'Christian, Women and the Working Class: A Dunedin Case Study 1885 - 1935', John Stenhouse (ed.), Christianity, Modernity and Culture: New Perspectives on New Zealand History, assisted by G. A. Wood, ATF Press: Adelaide, 2005, pp 157 - 79.

 








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