Digitising a Bibliography of Writing by Maori in English (2012)
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PublisherUniversity of Canterbury. College of Arts
The attempt to produce a bibliography of all writng by Māori in the English language over a period of more than a hundred years is an incredibly ambitious task. Bridget Underhill’s 1998 doctoral thesis achieves nothing less, seeking to collect and annotate writing by Māori in English from the earliest documents to the time of compilation, which terminated in September 1998. It includes Māori writers in English, Māori translators of Māori texts, largely occurring in the period before 1870, and Māori writers transcribing, translating or in the original. Texts represented include fiction, prose, drama, nonfiction, medical reports, geographical accounts and oral accounts. The bibliography attempts to represent writing from all iwi of Aotearoa
CitationThomson, C.J. (2012) Digitising a Bibliography of Writing by Maori in English. Canberra, Australia: Digital Humanities Australasia 2012: Building, Mapping, Connecting, 28-30 March 2012.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research20 - Language, Communication and Culture::2005 - Literary Studies::200504 - Māori Literature
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