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Philosophy, Matauranga Maori, and the Meaning of NZ Biculturalism
(University of Canterbury. School of HumanitiesUniversity of Canterbury. Philosophy, 2008)
New Zealand has scarcely taken the first step towards genuinely bicultural dialogue, because no-one has indicated clearly what that first step must be. Four general questions for NZ are introduced which broaden out into ...
Ahua : Māori in Film
(University of Canterbury. Maori and Indigenous Studies/Sociology, 2011)
This thesis draws together three strands for analysis: the social, political and historical narrative of race-relations, which has framed Måori subjectivity in the 20th and early 21st century. The themes identified are ...