Cynthia Piper

Cynthia Piper

MA Hons

Cert Indigenous Research

Role at Te Kupenga: Lecturer

Contact Details: c.piper@ctc.ac.nz

Cynthia’s interests include walking, music, reading, chickens and refugee reunification.

Publication: (if you have any)

O’Sullivan, D. T., & Piper, C. (2005). Turanga Ngatahi: Standing together – The Catholic Diocese of Hamilton 1840-2005. Wellington: Dunmore Press.

Piper, C. (2000). Wilkinson, Ruth. In Claudia Orange (Ed.), Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, Volume 5(pp. 564). Auckland: Auckland University Press and Dept. of Int Affairs.

Piper, C. (2000). Hill, Eva Esther. In Claudia Orange (Ed.), Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, Volume 5(pp. 220). Auckland: Auckland University Press and Dept. of Int Affairs.

Piper, C. (1999). Irish, Maori left their influence. In Our Story: A history of the Waikato, Waikato Times(pp. 20).

Piper, C. (1998). ‘A red letter day in the Catholic history of our race’: the Sisters of Mary, 1936-1952. Stimulus: The New Zealand Journal of Christian Thought and Practice6(2), 23-28.

Piper, C. (1998). Leonard Seton Otway. In Claudia Orange (Ed.), Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, Vol.4. Auckland: Auckland University Press.

Piper, C. (1996). Help Harry: oral historians and medical research. Oral History in New Zealand8/9, 25-28.

Piper, C. (1995). Billy Can to Carton. Gisborne: Gisborne milk Co-op.

Favorite quote/scripture: Phil 1: 3-6

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