Te Kaharoa

Te Kaharoa is a free-access, multi-disciplinary, refereed, e-journal focusing on indigenous Pacific issues.


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Vol 9, No 1 (2016): Vol 9, No 1 (2016)

Table of Contents


New Zealand in the mid-1960s: A Nexus of Culture, Economics, and Ethnicity PDF
Pare Keiha, Paul Moon
The Impact of Socio-Historical Context on Identity: An Analysis of Ngāi Tamarāwaho Identity in the Colonisation Era PDF
Melissa Derby
Te Arewhana Kei Roto i Te Rūma: An Indigenous Neo-Disputatio on Settler Society, Nullifying Te Tiriti, ‘Natural Resources’ and Our Collective Future in Aotearoa New Zealand PDF
Hemopereki Hoani Simon
Ramarama, Ruatahuna, Oxford, Jerusalem PDF
Peter Cleave
Towards Māori corporate social responsibility PDF
Hinematau McNeill

Special Edition

Introduction PDF
Sharon Mazer
Kai hea kai hea te pū o te mate? Reclaiming the power of pūrākau PDF
Robert Pouwhare
A Body of VA'rt PDF
Rosanna Raymond
Dancing from Te Kore into Te Ao Marama PDF
Cathy Livermore
I sing of Te Aitu o Te Rangi and the power of song to rejuvenate the principles, values and philosophy of Mana Wahine PDF
Sophronia Smith
Mana Wahine: Māori Women in Music PDF
Maree Sheehan
Power and Privilege: The Role of the Reviewer in Responding to Indigenous Theatre PDF
Dione Joseph
Breaking the Stage: From Te Matatini to Footprints/Tapuwae PDF
Te Rita Papesch, Sharon Mazer
He Mokopirirākau: Cliff Curtis PDF
Jani Wilson
Hybridity in Transition PDF
Eddie Madril
‘Mōhiti E’: Empowering (Trans) Indigenous Performance PDF
Valance Smith
Taera, Awenga: Sexuality, Power PDF
Mark Hamilton
Mika Haka Foundation: Performing Empowerment PDF
Mika Haka, Pare Keiha, Sharon Mazer

ISSN: ISSN 1178-6035