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Te Kawa a Māui · School of Māori Studies

 

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  • Belcher, Moylan (Victoria University of Wellington, 2021)
    Ka mau tonu ngā taonga tapu o ngā matua tupuna Koinei ngā taonga i tuku iho, na te ātua Hold fast to the treasures of the ancestors For they are the treasures that have been handed down to us by God’ (Dymond, 2013, p. ...
  • Sharman, Ataria Rangipikitia (Victoria University of Wellington, 2019)
    The characteristics of atua wāhine provide the female elements of mana wahine for Māori women. In expressing mana wahine, Māori women draw on the attributes and narratives of the atua wāhine. The atua wāhine narratives ...
  • Palmer, Symon (Victoria University of Wellington, 2019)
    The government has set a target of Aotearoa becoming predator-free by 2050. Scientists see biotechnologies as a potential solution for pest management at large scale, with wasps identified as an opportune prototype for ...
  • Franco, William (Victoria University of Wellington, 2019)
    What is Chicano Border Methodology? In my thesis I am answering this question by showing that this is a key part of my practice, and revisiting my past work and experiences to re-construct the development of this methodology. ...
  • Aranui, Amber Kiri (Victoria University of Wellington, 2018)
    The repatriation of human remains has been the subject of much discussion and debate, especially since the 1990s. Since then, there has been a marked increase in the international literature relating to museums, indigenous ...

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