How do we remember the past? What place do colonial memorials have in public spaces? How can we better represent diverse histories in the landscape?
In this first Public History Talk for 2020, Professor of Māori education at Victoria University, Joanna Kidman hosts a panel to discuss these issues and offer a facilitated conversation with the public on colonial memorials, history and memory.
About the panelists:
Morrie Love (Te Atiawa ki te Upoko o te Ika a Mauī, Taranaki, Ngati Ruanui) is Director Raukura Consultants, a writer and historian.
Nicky Karu (Hauraki: Paeroa and Thames Coast) Tira Poutama Iwi Partnerships.
Ewan Morris (Pākehā) is a historian with an interest in public memory and cultural contestation over symbols.
Recorded live at the National Library of New Zealand, 15 July, 2020.
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