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The Connected space of Māori governance: towards an indigenous conceptual understanding.
(Lincoln University, 2011)
Theoretical understanding of governance is almost entirely based on non-indigenous epistemology. Despite Māori (along with other indigenous peoples) having robust intellectual and cultural frameworks to understand ...
Finding "Te Wherro" in Ōtākou: Māori and the early days of the Otago gold rush
(Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, 2013-12-09)
The history of Māori miners at the Aorere gold rush in 1856–1858 is well documented in research by Hilary and John Mitchell. Philip Ross May examined the multi- layered history of Māori in the goldfields of the Buller and ...