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Section Editor, Author
Section Editor for "New Zealand"
Articles supervised by Kate Hunter
- Bereavement and Mourning (New Zealand)
- Between Acceptance and Refusal - Soldiers' Attitudes Towards War (New Zealand)
- Commemoration, Cult of the Fallen (New Zealand)
- Dominion Soldiers on Leave in Europe (New Zealand)
- Governments, Parliaments and Parties (New Zealand)
- Historiography 1918-Today (New Zealand)
- Indigenous Experience of War (British Dominions)
- New Zealand
- Post-war Economies (New Zealand)
- Warfare 1914-1918 (New Zealand)
- Women's Mobilization for War (New Zealand)
- Making Sense of the War (New Zealand)
- Social Conflict and Control, Protest and Repression (New Zealand)
Publications by Kate Hunter in Bibliography
- Hunter, Kate: Australian and New Zealand fathers and sons during the Great War. Expanding the histories of families at war, in: First World War Studies 4/2, 2013, pp. 185-200.
- Hunter, Kate: National and imperial belonging in wartime. The tangled knot of Australians and New Zealanders as British subjects during the Great War, in: Australian Journal of Politics & History 63/1, 2017, pp. 31-44.
- Hunter, Kate: ‘Sleep on dear Ernie, your battles are o’er.’ A glimpse of a mourning community. Invercargill, New Zealand, 1914-1925, in: War in History 14/1, 2007, pp. 36-62.
- Hunter, Kate / Ross, Kirstie: Holding on to home. New Zealand stories and objects of the First World War, Wellington 2014: Te Papa Press.