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Ngako: The Collections Podcast - Sports Writing in the mid-20th Century

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In this episode, we look at old sporting magazines from 'the stack' with Heritage Collections curator Andrew Henry and gain insights into how New Zealand sport was written about by journalists in the mid-20th century. We talk also with history student Katia Kennedy who shares her findings on the sports being played at that time, how these were viewed, and the culture around men's and women's sports participation. See a list of references for this episode below or get in touch with us by emailing libraryresearch@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz and we’ll make sure you can find the collection items of your interest. This podcast is part of a wider series of short films Ngako: The Collections Talk, available to view via aucklandlibraries.govt.nz/Ngako This episode was written and produced by Sue Berman, was recorded and produced by Benjamin Brooking and edited and engineered by Juliana Machado. This has been Ngako: The Collections Podcast - Sports Writing in the mid-20th Century. Subscribe to check out the next episode! REFERENCES The New Zealand sportsman. Wellington, 1946-1958. https://discover.aucklandlibraries.govt.nz/search/card?id=cb6638b1-cb27-59f0-b4bd-79e6aed788e0&entityType=FormatGroup N.Z. sportswoman. Wellington: N.Z. sporting journals, 1949. https://discover.aucklandlibraries.govt.nz/search/card?id=9450e103-41f3-5761-9a50-e513b1383e7e&entityType=FormatGroup Women in sport: the magazine for every sportswoman. Devenport: D.E. Simons, 1948-1949. https://discover.aucklandlibraries.govt.nz/search/card?id=f6e01bc7-8999-5d9f-a5ce-9dfbf1b8abed&entityType=FormatGroup Rachel Hewitt. In her nature: how women break boundaries in the great outdoors. London: Chatto & Windus, 2023. https://discover.aucklandlibraries.govt.nz/search/card?id=aebe04df-f833-5b90-9b43-41c446561d7a&entityType=FormatGroup HERITAGE TALKS: Women’s sport in Auckland with Katia Kennedy. 23 March 2023. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=euRVAqtgvVE Image credit: The New Zealand Sportsman magazines, 2022, Benjamin Brooking
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In this episode, we look at old sporting magazines from 'the stack' with Heritage Collections curator Andrew Henry and gain insights into how New Zealand sport was written about by journalists in the mid-20th century. We talk also with history student Katia Kennedy who shares her findings on the sports being played at that time, how these were viewed, and the culture around men's and women's sports participation. See a list of references for this episode below or get in touch with us by emailing libraryresearch@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz and we’ll make sure you can find the collection items of your interest. This podcast is part of a wider series of short films Ngako: The Collections Talk, available to view via aucklandlibraries.govt.nz/Ngako This episode was written and produced by Sue Berman, was recorded and produced by Benjamin Brooking and edited and engineered by Juliana Machado. This has been Ngako: The Collections Podcast - Sports Writing in the mid-20th Century. Subscribe to check out the next episode! REFERENCES The New Zealand sportsman. Wellington, 1946-1958. https://discover.aucklandlibraries.govt.nz/search/card?id=cb6638b1-cb27-59f0-b4bd-79e6aed788e0&entityType=FormatGroup N.Z. sportswoman. Wellington: N.Z. sporting journals, 1949. https://discover.aucklandlibraries.govt.nz/search/card?id=9450e103-41f3-5761-9a50-e513b1383e7e&entityType=FormatGroup Women in sport: the magazine for every sportswoman. Devenport: D.E. Simons, 1948-1949. https://discover.aucklandlibraries.govt.nz/search/card?id=f6e01bc7-8999-5d9f-a5ce-9dfbf1b8abed&entityType=FormatGroup Rachel Hewitt. In her nature: how women break boundaries in the great outdoors. London: Chatto & Windus, 2023. https://discover.aucklandlibraries.govt.nz/search/card?id=aebe04df-f833-5b90-9b43-41c446561d7a&entityType=FormatGroup HERITAGE TALKS: Women’s sport in Auckland with Katia Kennedy. 23 March 2023. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=euRVAqtgvVE Image credit: The New Zealand Sportsman magazines, 2022, Benjamin Brooking
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