Wai-te-ata Press is the place for print culture and digital history research across a wide spectrum of topics.

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Funded by a range of internal and external grants, our staff, summer scholars, and research assistants investigate a range of topics in book history and print culture, as well as digital history and material culture studies. Collaborative interdisciplinary projects have included the National Science Challenge Science for Technological Innovation Spearhead Te Tātari Raraunga, Marsden-funded Personal Geographies and Global Networks: William Colenso and the Victorian Republic of Letters, and the TLRI-funded Digital Technologies and Historical Thinking.

Current and past projects