Posts Tagged ‘maori’

Alive to change

Alive to change

Sally Nicholas, who is just completing her PhD in Linguistics/Māori Studies, says her ground-breaking work describing Cook Islands Māori is “preposterous” – but she does so with a smile. Julie Middleton finds out why.

A book for all New Zealanders

A book for all New Zealanders

Tangata Whenua: An Illustrated History, published by Bridget Williams Books, is New Zealand’s first comprehensive, one-volume history of Māori. This large, ambitious and beautifully illustrated book follows the footsteps of Māori from Asia and the Pacific to the present day in Aotearoa. Its widely respected authors, Athol Anderson (Ngai Tahu), emeritus professor at the Australian […]

Taking issue – alumni respond

Taking issue – alumni respond

Alumni from Otahuhu College and McAuley High School respond to the latest Taking Issue article that appeared in the Autumn 2012 issue of Ingenio.

Taking issue

Taking issue

What are we doing about educational underachievement in Māori, Pasifika and low income groups?