Articles by Vincent O'Malley since 2011
Vincent is a Pakeha New Zealander of Irish and Scottish Highland descent. He has a BA (Hons) in History (1st Class) from the University of Canterbury and completed his PhD thesis at Victoria University of Wellington in 2004. Vincent has published widely in the area of Crown and Māori historical relationships, including his 1998 book, Agents of Autonomy: Māori Committees in the Nineteenth Century (Huia Publishers), and (with David Armstrong) The Beating Heart: A Political and Socio-Economic History of Te Arawa (Huia Publishers, 2008), The Treaty of Waitangi Companion: Maori and Pakeha from Tasman to Today (Auckland University Press, 2010, co-edited with Bruce Stirling and Wally Penetito), The Meeting Place: Maori and Pakeha Encounters, 1642-1840 (Auckland University Press, 2012), a finalist in the NZ Post Book Awards for 2013, and Beyond the Imperial Frontier: The Contest for Colonial New Zealand (Bridget Williams Books, 2014). He has also contributed to a wide range of local and international scholarly journals and other publications, including the New Zealand Journal of History, the Journal of the Polynesian Society, the Journal of New Zealand Studies, Labour History Review, Ethnohistory, the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography and a number of other monographs and book chapters. Vincent is the 2014 J D Stout Fellow at Victoria University of Wellington, where he is working on a history of the Waikato War.
- Tūhoe-Crown Settlement – historical background, 04 Oct 2014