Pacific History: New Zealand in the Pacific from 1900
Explores the historical relationship between New Zealand and the Pacific from 1900 onwards. Traces the central importance of New Zealand in the history of the Pacific from the rise of New Zealand’s colonial empire, through the world wars, and towards the movement for decolonisation. Examines the continually evolving place of New Zealand as a nation in the Pacific Ocean.
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Not taught in 2024
Lecturer(s) Marcia Leenen-Young
Will be provided in class
PACIFIC 214: 15 points
15 points at Stage I in Pacific Studies or History and 30 points passed