Annabel Cooper is Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Gender and Social Work at the University of Otago. Her research covers a range of subjects in New Zealand cultural history. Her edition of Mary Lee's The Not So Poor and her contributions to Sites of Gender: Women, men and modernity in southern Dunedin explored gender, place and poverty in nineteenth-century New Zealand, and she has written further about place in articles on films, suburbs and settler masculinity. At present she is researching cultural memory and colonial conflict, and writing about screen narratives of the New Zealand Wars. Lachy Paterson is a Senior Lecturer at Te Tumu: School of Maori, Pacific and Indigenous Studies, and a member of the Centre for Research on Colonial Culture at the University of Otago. His research interests focus on post-contact Maori history, particularly through the use of Maori-language sources. A primary research theme is print and textual culture; to date he has published the only monograph on Maori-language newspapers, Colonial Discourses: Niupepa Maori 18551863. Angela Wanhalla teaches in the Department of History and Art History, University of Otago, where she is a historian of race, gender and colonialism. Her most recent books are He Reo Wa hine: Ma ori womens voices from the nineteenth century (AUP, 2017), co-written with Lachy Paterson, and Mothers Darlings of the South Pacific: The children of indigenous women and US servicemen, World War II (University of Hawaii Press/OUP, 2016), co-edited with Judith A. Bennett."