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The Bridget Williams Books - Collections

The BWB Texts Collection​

The BWB Texts Collection provides complete online access to this acclaimed series of short books on big New Zealand subjects. Packed full of fresh thinking, ideas and critical analysis, the Collection’s authors include Shamubeel Eaqub, Rebecca Macfie, Morgan Godfery, Shaun Hendy, Veronika Meduna, Max Rashbrooke, Nicola Gaston, Kirsty Gunn and many more.




​The Critical Issues Collection provides complete online access to high-quality books addressing the big issues facing New Zealand today. The Collection’s authors include Jonathan Boston, Max Rashbrooke, Jane Kelsey, Colin James, Shamubeel Eaqub and Mike Joy, making this an unprecedented guide to New Zealand’s future in a turbulent world.





The New Zealand History Collection provides complete online access to a major, authoritative resource - comprising over ninety titles. It includes recent additions to BWB’s history list such as the widely acclaimed Great War for New Zealand by Vincent O’Malley, as well as multiple works by late historian Judith Binney. Award-winning biography, such as Jessie Munro’s The Story of Suzanne Aubert, rounds out the Collection.





The New Zealand Sign Language Collection provides online access to BWB’s reference publishing and accounts of Deaf experience. The Collection launches with two important works by Rachel McKee, Programme Director of Deaf Studies at Victoria University of Wellington: People of the Eye: Stories from the Deaf World and New Zealand Sign Language: A Reference Grammar.​




The Women’s Studies Collection provides complete online access to a rich area of New Zealand publishing – groundbreaking books on women’s issues, lives and histories. The Collection includes the widely acclaimed A History of New Zealand Women by Barbara Brookes, and The Women’s Suffrage Petition 1893, produced for the He Tohu exhibition at the National Library. Significant biographies (Suzanne Aubert, Lauris Edmond, Pauline O’Regan) enrich the historical narrative, alongside key works on politics, economics and feminism.



The Treaty of Waitangi Collection

The Treaty of Waitangi Collection brings together leading thinking on this foundational document, including works by acclaimed scholars such as Claudia Orange, Judith Binney, Vincent O’Malley, Alan Ward and Aroha Harris. Designed and managed by award-winning New Zealand publisher Bridget Williams Books, the Collection is a living resource backed by a long-term vision for Treaty scholarship into the twenty-first century.