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Jones, Chris

Magna Carta and New Zealand

Jones, Chris - Magna Carta and New Zealand, ebook

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Table of contents

Part I. Introduction

1. “… a Document of Our Times.” Magna Carta in Aotearoa New Zealand
Chris Jones, Stephen Winter

Part II. Remembrance

2. Magna Carta and Memorialization: The Perils of Historical Anniversaries
Lindsay Diggelmann

3. Myths and History: The Treaty of Waitangi as “The Magna Charta of New Zealand”
David V. Williams

Part III. Reception

4. Magna Carta and a Paradox of Authority
Andrew Sharp

5. Symbol and Myth: Magna Carta in Legal and Public Discourse About Law and Rights in New Zealand, 1840−1940
Jeremy Finn

6. The Politics of Magna Carta and the Ancient Constitution in New Zealand, 1642–c.1860
Geoff Kemp

7. The Myth of the “Māori Magna Carta”
Te Maire Tau, Madi Williams

8. Mekana Tata: Magna Carta and the Political Thought of Aperahama Taonui
Laura Kamau

9. The Utility of a Medieval Charter in New Zealand Litigation: The Case of the Magna Carta
Lindsay Breach

10. Magna Carta and the Righteous Underdog in Modern Popular Culture
Anna Milne-Tavendale

Part IV. Reflection

11. Magna Carta’s Promise: Strengthening the Declaration of Rights-Inconsistency
Stephen Winter

12. Mana and Magna Carta: Locating New Legacies for a Medieval Charter in Post-colonial Aotearoa New Zealand
Chris Jones

13. Tear it up? Challenging the Charter
Stephen Winter, Chris Jones

Keywords: History, Australasian History, Imperialism and Colonialism, World History, Global and Transnational History, Legal History, Political History

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319584393
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-58438-6

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