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A history of Christchurch home gardening from colonisation to the Queen's visit: gardening culture in a particular society and environment
(University of Canterbury. School of Culture, Literature and Society, 2006)
Garden histories since the mid 1990s have increasingly turned to studies of vernacular gardens as sites of identity formation. More recently, the development of environmental history and specifically urban environmental ...
Painting ruins : graffiti and street art in post-earthquake Christchurch.
(University of Canterbury, 2016)
This thesis considers the presence and potential readings of graffiti and street art as part of the wider creative public landscape of Christchurch in the wake of the series of earthquakes that significantly disrupted the ...
An Historical Survey of the Establishment of an Orchestral Tradition in Christchurch to 1939
(University of Canterbury. School of Music, 2009)
This dissertation is the first study devoted solely to the history of an orchestral tradition in Christchurch. Within a timeframe stretching from the beginning of the local settlement to the establishment of the first ...
Evangelistic Performance in New Zealand: The Word and What is Not Said
(University of Canterbury. Theatre and Film Studies, 2008)
In 1518, Martin Luther is reputed to have nailed his 95 theses to the door of the Castle Church at Wittenberg, an act that sparked the Protestant Reformation. Luther sought change in the Catholic Church: a return to an ...