New Zealand Oral History Awards 2017


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Judith Aitken – Women in a disabling world, $3,500.00
Golden Bay Museum Society – Golden Bay Women in Farming, $3,000.00
Linda Hepburn – South Island Rowing – A History, $10,000.00
Ruth Greenaway, Mahajabeen Padamsee & Peter Buchanan – The research legacy of women Mycologists in Aotearoa / New Zealand, $7,000.00
Economic and Social Research Aotearoa – Hidden histories: Voices from a network of Autonomous : peoples’ organisations originating from the Auckland Unemployed Workers’ Rights Centre 1983 – 1999, $9,000.00
Lena Fransham – Talking About Otito Reserve : What the Community Knew, $2,300.00
Dr Grace Maia Millar – The Wellington Clerical Workers Union Oral History Project, $4,800.00
Te Au Mārie 1769 Sestercentennial Charitable Trust – Mapping our Stories Oral History Project, $6,300.00
Aaron Fox – Children of the Revolution: Communist Childhoods in New Zealand, $6,300.00
Renee Liang – A Place to Stand: Intergenerational Oral Histories of Croatians based in West Auckland, $4,800.00
Prue Langbein – Seven by Twelve – Voices of New Zealand Children, $6,750.00
Ross Webb – Drawing the line on Union Influence’: The Meat Workers Union and the Talleys / AFFco, $6,000.00
Dr Nadia Gush – Out and About: Lesbian Social Life in the 1980s, $5,250.00
Joanna Petrie – Korero mai e te Whare. Ask that Whare, $6,375.00
Robyn Tauroa – Sailors Seeking Cultural Refuge, $5,000.00
Melissa Matutina Williams & Whina Te Whiu – He Puna Maumahara no Te Unga Waka Marae: an enduring source of stories, 1966 – 2016, $10,000.


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