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envirohistory nz people and the environment through history menu skip to content homenew book: new zealand’s riversravaged beautypublicationsauthorabout november 12, 2016 by envirohistorynz why write about rivers? since new zealand’s rivers has been released, i have had a number of opportunities to talk to journalists and others about the book and how i came to write it. so, i thought i would document these questions and my answers in a series of posts. one of the first questions that i have been asked is ‘what led you to write a book about rivers?’ to answer this properly, i have to go back to the motivations behind my first book, ravaged beauty: an environmental history of the manawatu. the genesis of this book stemmed from a desire to better understand the place in which i grew up, one of the most transformed landscapes in new zealand. as such it was very much an endeavour of the heart – though this sounds a bit cliched, it was genuinely a journey of discovery for me – uncovering the layers of a landscape that had been so familiar to me, yet so unknown. but of course this book only had a limited audience because of its focus on the manawatu – a region dismissed by many (including prospective publishers) as ‘boring’. so for my next book i wanted to write something that would be rewarding for me as a researcher and writer but also exploring a subject that would meet a need – preferably on a national scale. so i consulted professor tom brooking, one of our leading environmental historians, and he immediately suggested rivers. while there is a range of environmental history scholarship on other parts of our environment: our forests, our coasts, and our towns and cities, there is virtually nothing on rivers and other water bodies. (i should acknowledge too, there is very little about our marine environment either, but i will be leaving that to someone else.) professor brooking saw a real need to fill this gap in the environmental history scholarship to better inform the debates around fresh water going on today – debates that are pursued with little reference to the historical context. a notable of course exception being waitangi tribunal claims relating to fresh water, which are all about history. but while maori are painfully aware of their history in relation to their tupuna awa (ancestral rivers), non-maori new zealanders seem to be blissfully unaware of their history. the subject of rivers posed a challenge for me, because apart from knowledge i had gained from my research of the manawatu, i knew next to nothing about rivers. but knowing nothing was in some senses a strength – it meant i could bring a level of objectivity that someone with a deep-seated passion for rivers (through fishing or kayaking or some other recreational interest for example) might not be able to bring to the subject. so, a short answer to this question is that the book came from a desire to see debates about fresh water today better informed by the important historical context (and it seems prudent to add, in the context of the eruption of debate on this issue, science too – see are new zealand’s scientific experts really dead – or just resting?) but environmental history is also intensely interesting and thought-provoking (constantly causing us to reassess our understanding of the world) – and therefore has immense value in its own right.  photo: view of the rangitikei river, taken by maurice, cycling the infamous ‘gentle annie’ in 2010 (www.acta.org.nz). share this:tweetshare on tumblrpocketprintemaillike this:like loading... posted in commentary | tagged catherine knight, environmental history, new zealand, new zealand's rivers, rangitikei river, rivers | 3 comments november 12, 2016 by envirohistorynz new zealand’s rivers launch – 17 november only a few days to go now until the official launch of new zealand’s rivers: an environmental history, with award-winning journalist rebecca macfie. if you would like to join us, rsvp to universitypress@canterbury.ac.nz, or just come along on the night. share this:tweetshare on tumblrpocketprintemaillike this:like loading... posted in commentary | tagged book launch, canterbury university press, catherine knight, christchurch, environmental history, new zealand, new zealand's rivers, rebecca macfie | 1 comment october 5, 2016 by envirohistorynz talk: a history of the manawatu river i will be doing a talk about my book ravaged beauty, with a focus on the manawatu river, at the historic ashhurst community library (seen here in its original form as a post office), on: thursday, 20th october at 7pm. this will possibly be my last talk about my first book, which is fitting, because i lived in ashhurst when i first conceived on the idea of doing a history of the manawatu. i also have the last few books left, so it may peoples’ last opportunity to purchase one (at discount, of course). look forward to seeing some of you there. download flyer for talk here. share this:tweetshare on tumblrpocketprintemaillike this:like loading... posted in commentary | tagged ashhurst, catherine knight, environmental history, manawatu, manawatu river, ravaged beauty, talk | leave a comment october 4, 2016 by envirohistorynz new issue of environment & nature nz a new issue of ennz: environment and nature new zealand is now out! contents: vaughan wood, “editor’s introduction” linda tyler, “illustrating the grasses and the transactions: john buchanan’s development of technologies for lithography in natural history” julia wells, “a physician to the sultan’: the east african environment in the writings of a new zealand doctor” vaughan wood, “the history of the phormium flax industry in canterbury” paul star, “review: alan f. mark, standing my ground: a voice for nature conservation” vaughan wood, “recent publication: neville peat: stewart island: rakiura national park” share this:tweetshare on tumblrpocketprintemaillike this:like loading... posted in commentary | tagged alan mark, book review, environment and nature new zealand, environmental history, flax industry, journal, neville peat, paul star, steward island, vaughan wood | leave a comment august 21, 2016 by envirohistorynz new book: new zealand’s rivers release in november 2016 from cover: new zealand’s rivers: an environmental history explores the relationship between new zealanders and our rivers, explaining how we have arrived at a crisis point, where fresh water has become our most contested resource and many rivers are too polluted to swim in. environmental historian catherine knight reveals that the tension between exploitation and enjoyment of rivers is not new. rivers were treasured by māori as food baskets and revered as the dwelling places of supernatural creatures. but following european settlement, they became drains for mining, industrial waste and sewage, and harnessed to generate power and to irrigate farmland. over time, the dominant utilitarian view of rivers has been increasingly questioned by those who value rivers for fishing and canoeing as well as for ecological, spiritual and cultural reasons. today, the sustainable use of rivers is the subject of hotly contested debate. thoroughly researched and richly illustrated, new zealand’s rivers is an accessible and compelling read for all new zealanders, including anglers, kayakers, farmers, environmental practitioners, policy-makers, students and anyone with an interest in our environment and history. ‘… an important book that should be read by all new zealanders interested in the future of the country …’ professor tom brooking, university of otago ‘… informs a new zealand response to a world concern for the natural freshwater environs: what they were, are now and how they should be for our successors.’ sir taihakurei durie, chair, new zealand maori council download new zealand’s rivers order form for more information about the author, go to www.catherineknight.nz share this:tweetshare on tumblrpocketprintemaillike this:like loading... posted in commentary | tagged book, canterbury university press, catherine knight, environmental history, fresh water, new zealand, rivers, rob suisted | 2 comments june 25, 2016 by envirohistorynz envirohistory nz lives on! (but somewhere else) some envirohistory nz followers may have noticed i haven’t written a post for an awfully long time. ironically, that is because i have been too busy writing – my second book, which is due to be released later this year. the book is an environmental history of rivers in new zealand, and should prove very topical, given the lively debates around fresh water and its management in our country. (more information on the book coming soon.) i will also continue to blog about environmental history, among other things, but on my new website www.catherineknight.nz  my new website will also link to envirohistory nz, so all past blogs will still be accessible. i will also be reblogging some of my old posts on the www.catherineknight.nz blog. so, this is not goodbye, it is see you soon (i hope)! share this:tweetshare on tumblrpocketprintemaillike this:like loading... posted in commentary | tagged catherine knight, environmental history, new zealand, rivers | 2 comments ‘ravaged beauty’ takes the prize share this:tweetshare on tumblrpocketprintemaillike this:like loading... december 9, 2015 by envirohistorynz | image | leave a comment post navigation ← older posts blog stats 272,761 hits follow blog via email enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. join 762 other followers search top posts & pages maori gardening in pre-european nz totara reserve: from exploitation to conservation opiki toll bridge: graceful relic of a thriving flax industry the valley of disappointment creating our own totara reserve in pohangina manawatu history talk: totara reserve is there such a thing as a natural disaster? the lessons of environmental history author waitangi park - an urban wetland recreated burning new zealand's forests tagsashhurst avon river biodiversity book review canada canterbury canterbury earthquake catherine knight children and nature christchurch dairy farming david young deforestation department of conservation earthquake eels envirohistory nz environmental history environmental policy eric pawson erosion farming floods forestry geoff park hawkes bay horowhenua huia japan kahikatea kapiti kapiti coast kapiti island landscape lowland forest manawatu manawatu river maori maori and the environment maori horticulture mining moa new zealand ngati toa otago palmerston north pests photography podcast podocarp forest pohangina pollution possums qeii trust rabbits radiata pine rainer kant rangitane rangitikei regional councils reikorangi rivers swamp swamp forest taranaki tararua ranges tom brooking waikanae waikanae river waikato wairarapa wellington wetland wetlands whalingarchives archives select month november 2016 october 2016 august 2016 june 2016 december 2015 november 2015 october 2015 june 2015 may 2015 april 2015 march 2015 february 2015 january 2015 november 2014 october 2014 september 2014 august 2014 july 2014 june 2014 may 2014 april 2014 march 2014 february 2014 january 2014 december 2013 november 2013 october 2013 september 2013 august 2013 july 2013 may 2013 march 2013 february 2013 january 2013 december 2012 november 2012 october 2012 september 2012 august 2012 july 2012 june 2012 may 2012 april 2012 march 2012 february 2012 january 2012 december 2011 november 2011 october 2011 september 2011 august 2011 july 2011 june 2011 may 2011 april 2011 march 2011 february 2011 january 2011 december 2010 november 2010 october 2010 september 2010 august 2010 july 2010 june 2010 may 2010 april 2010 march 2010 february 2010 january 2010 december 2009 november 2009 meta register log in entries rss comments rss wordpress.com blog at wordpress.com. envirohistory nz blog at wordpress.com. send to email address your name your email address cancel post was not sent - check your email addresses! email check failed, please try again sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. post to cancel %d bloggers like this:


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