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HeritageTalk: Glen Innes & Panmure: Stories of change with Megan Hutching

15 Apr 2020

When

Wednesday 15 April 2020, 12.00pm - Wednesday 15 April 2020, 1.00pm

Where

Whare Wānanga, Level 2, Central City Library, 44 Lorne Street, Auckland

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Cost
Free
Bookings

aucklandlibraries.govt.nz/pages/event.aspx?eventid=8988

arc@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz

09 890 2412

Space is limited, so booking is highly recommended although not always essential. To ensure your place please phone Research Central on 09 890 2412 or book online.

Contact

Research Central, Auckland Central Library

arc@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz

09 890 2412

Website

aucklandlibraries.govt.nz/pages/event.aspx?eventid=8988

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In this HeritageTalk, historian and author Megan Hutching will discuss changes past and present of Glen Innes and Panmure.

In 1990 a series of oral history interviews were recorded with residents of Glen Innes and Panmure, capturing stories of the area as a place of change after the Second World War. Using these interviews Megan Hutching will talk about the mid-twentieth century history of the area and compare that period of change with the changes the area is currently experiencing.

About Megan Hutching

Megan Hutching is a freelance historian, oral historian and author. She is a member (and past president) of the National Oral History Association of New Zealand Te Kete Korero a Waha o te Motu (NOHANZ) and was a member of the Council of the International Oral History Association between 2006-10.

She has worked on large and small oral history projects and pieces of writing, particularly in these areas of Pakeha New Zealand history in the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

She has written 15 books and booklets (some co-authored), as well as article-length pieces, and content for museum and website exhibitions.

Megan is experienced at managing oral history projects and has recorded a large number of oral history projects, covering a wide range of topics.

She also has a great deal of experience at transcribing and editing interviews for publication.

She has taught many oral history training workshops and works to the standards of the NOHANZ Code of Ethical & Technical Practice using high-quality digital recording equipment for her interviews.

About HeritageTalks

Are you interested in family and local history; the historical stories of New Zealand, the Pacific, and beyond? Then why not come along to one of our HeritageTalks - Waha pū-taonga and hear more about both our personal and our shared heritage? Experts in specialised fields deliver these talks and provide insight into our histories.

HeritageTalks take place at least fortnightly, in the Whare Wānanga, Level 2, Central City Library unless otherwise stated.

Booking is highly recommended although not always essential.

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