Peter Hoar

Senior Lecturer

Email: peter.hoar@aut.ac.nz

Research outputs:

Featured research outputs

Books

  • Hoar, P. M. (2018). The World's Din: Listening to records, radio and films in New Zealand 1880-1940. Dunedin, New Zealand: Otago University Press. Retrieved from http://www.otago.ac.nz/press

Journal articles

  • Hoar, P. (2016). A Lucid lecturess: The voices of New Zealand’s silent cinema. Back Story: Journal of New Zealand Art, Media and Design History, 1(1).

  • Hoar, P. (2006). Wonderful noises not at all Shakespearean: The Organization of Early Audio Media In New Zealand", Crescendo: Bulletin of the International Association of Music Libraries. Archives and Documentation Centres (New Zealand Branch, 73.

  • Hoar Peter. (2001). New Zealand and the Great War. Retrieved from http://www.greatwar.org.nz/

Book chapters

  • Hoar, P. (2012). Morse, magic and modernity: Receiving radio in New Zealand 1900-1914. In Radio and society: New thinking for an old medium (pp. 1-15). Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Retrieved from http://www.cambridgescholars.com/radio-and-society-15

Conference contributions

  • Hoar, P. M. (2018). ‘An untrained voice, vibrant with adenoids’: The Development of Children’s Radio in New Zealand 1922-1935.. In The Radio Conference: A Transnational Forum. Prato.

  • Hoar, P. (2017). Sonic Empires: Listening to recorded sound in New Zealand 1879-1914. In Australian & New Zealand Communication Association 2017 Communication worlds: Access, voice, diversity, engagement. Sydney. Retrieved from http://anzca2017.com/

  • Hoar, P. (2016). This is not a game of thrones: Conn iggulden and the 'truth' of historical fiction. In Un/Popular Narratives: Television, Film, Literature, and Beyond. Auckland. Retrieved from https://www.facebook.com/AUTCommunicationStudiesResearch/posts/1139674122758530

  • Hoar, P. (2016). An inhospitable land: New Zealand’s wireless troop 1914–1919. In International Radio Studies Conference 2016: TransnationalEncounters. Utrecht. Retrieved from http://www.transnationalradio.org/conference

  • Hoar, P. (2015). Asking the people what they want: High-brow vs. low-brow and the 1932 New Zealand Radio survey. In POPCAANZ 6th Annual International Conference. Wellington.

  • Hoar, P. (2014). The British Kept A'coming: On the tourist trail of the 1863 invasion of the Waikato. In Centre for Journalism, Media and Democracy Conference 2014: Meida, war and memory. Auckland.

  • Hoar, P. (2013). Beethoven in the Backblocks: Classical Music and Public Radio in New Zealand. In The Radio Conference 2013. Luton.

  • Hoar, P. (2011). Morse, Magic and Modernity: Receiving Radio in New Zealand 1900—1914. In The Radio Conference 2011: A Transnational Forum. Auckland. Retrieved from http://radioconference2011.com/2010/12/05/conference-abstracts/

  • Hoar, P. (2009). Selling Aunt Daisy: Maud Basham and Commercial Discourse in New Zealand Radio Broadcasting 1936 to 1963. In The Radio Conference: A Transnational Forum. Toronto.

  • Hoar, P. (2007). Sounding history: Concepts and methodologies in the History of Sound. In The Future of the Past: Sovereignty and Dominion, People in Places New Zealand Historical Association Conference. Wellington.

  • Hoar, P. (2007). Hearing the past: Can We Write Sound History?. In History Department Graduate Day Conference. Auckland.

  • Hoar, P. (2007). From Bad to Voice: The Talkies and the New Zealand Soundscape. In MediaNZ Conference. Wellington.

  • Hoar, P. (2007). Cats' Whiskers and Cultures: New Zealand's Radio Broadcasting Company and the Invention of Radio Programming 1925-1931. In The Radio Conference: A Transnational Forum. Lincoln.

  • Hoar, P. (2006). Hearing the 1930s: The Gramophone and its Discontents in New Zealand. In Journalism Downunder: The Future of the Media in the Digital Age, 2nd Joint JEANZ/JEA Conference. Auckland.

  • Hoar, P. (2006). From Bad to Voice: The Talkies and the New Zealand Soundscape During the 1930s. In History Department Graduate Conference. Auckland.

  • Hoar Peter. (2002). "Gotcha" 1916: The battle of the Somme and official communication management in New Zealand during the Great War. In Frontlines: Gender, Identity and War. Melbourne.

  • Hoar Peter. (2001). "Intolerably Nameless Names." The Great War Battle Names of the Auckland Museum and Memory.. In Connections: From Local to Global, New Zealand Historical Association. Christchurch.

  • Hoar, P., & Hope, W. (2001). The Internet, the Public Sphere and the 'Digital Divide' in New Zealand. In The Digital Divide: An International Association of Mass Communication Research (IAMCR) and the International Communication (ICA) Symposium. Austin, Texas.

  • Hoar Peter. (2001). From Maoriland to Blighty: The Great War and Europe in the Troopship Magazines of the First New Zealand Expeditionary Force 1914-1920. In Writing Europe's Pasts: Thirteenth Biennial Australasian Association for European History Conference. University of Auckland.

  • Hoar, P., & Hope, W. (2001). The Internet, the Public Sphere and the 'Digital Divide' in New Zealand. In Digitisation and Knowledge: Perspectives from Aotearoa/New Zealand. Auckland University of Technology.

Theses

  • Turner, E. (2016). What’s be happen? A Bakhtinian Analysis of Aotearoa New Zealand’s first Pacific Reggae album. (Auckland University of Technology, Auckland New Zealand). Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10292/10141

  • Hoar, P. (2013). Hearing the world: Audio technologies and listening in New Zealand, 1879–1939. (University of Auckland, Auckland).

  • Hoar Peter. (2001). A Qualitative Content Analysis of the New Zealand Troopship Publications 1914-1920. (Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand).

Oral presentations

  • Hoar, P. (2016). The Inner Voice. Auckland.

  • Hoar, P. (2014). Pre-Concert Talk for Chamber Music New Zealand – Borodin Quartet. Auckland.

  • Hoar, P. (2013). Live Concert Review on RNZ Concert's 'Upbeat' Arts Programme. Retrieved from http://www.radionz.co.nz/

  • Hoar, P. (2013). Live Concert Review on RNZ Concert's 'Upbeat' Arts Programme. Retrieved from http://www.radionz.co.nz/

  • Hoar, P. (2013). Michael Houstoun Performs the Complete Beethoven Piano Sonata Cycle. Auckland. Retrieved from http://www.chambermusic.co.nz/

  • Hoar, P. (2013). Live Concert Review on RNZ Concert's 'Upbeat' Arts Programme. Retrieved from http://www.radionz.co.nz/

  • Hoar, P. (2013). Live Concert Review on RNZ Concert's 'Upbeat' Arts Programme. Retrieved from http://www.radionz.co.nz/

  • Hoar, P. (2013). Live Concert Review on RNZ Concert's 'Upbeat' Arts Programme. Retrieved from http://www.radionz.co.nz/

  • Hoar, P. (2013). Live Concert Review on RNZ Concert's 'Upbeat' Arts Programme. Retrieved from http://www.radionz.co.nz/

  • Hoar, P. (2013). Live Concert Review on RNZ Concert's 'Upbeat' Arts Programme. Retrieved from http://www.radionz.co.nz/

  • Hoar, P. (2013). Live Concert Review on RNZ Concert's 'Upbeat' Arts Programme. Retrieved from http://www.radionz.co.nz/

  • Hoar, P. (2013). Live Concert Review on RNZ Concert's 'Upbeat' Arts Programme. Retrieved from http://www.radionz.co.nz/

  • Hoar, P. (2013). Live Concert Review on RNZ Concert's 'Upbeat' Arts Programme. Retrieved from http://www.radionz.co.nz/

  • Hoar, P. (2013). Live Concert Review on RNZ Concert's 'Upbeat' Arts Programme. Retrieved from http://www.radionz.co.nz/

  • Hoar, P. (2013). Live Concert Review on RNZ Concert's 'Upbeat' Arts Programme. Retrieved from http://www.radionz.co.nz/

  • Hoar, P. (2013). Live Concert Review on RNZ Concert's 'Upbeat' Arts Programme. Retrieved from http://www.radionz.co.nz/concert/programmes/upbeat/20130326

  • Hoar, P. (2013). Live Concert Review on RNZ Concert's 'Upbeat' Arts Programme. Retrieved from http://www.radionz.co.nz/

  • Hoar, P. (2013). Live Concert Review on RNZ Concert's 'Upbeat' Arts Programme. Retrieved from http://www.radionz.co.nz/

  • Hoar, P. (2011). The End of Time: Beethoven, Bartok and Messiaen. Auckland. Retrieved from http://www.chambermusic.co.nz/

  • Hoar, P. (2008). Kinetophones, Phonographs and Tin whistles: The Soundscapes of the Early Silent Film Era in New Zealand. Auckland University of Technology, Auckland.

  • Hoar, P. (2008). Hearing the Past: Can We Write Sound History?. Hamilton.

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