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Mātauranga Māori kete o te wānanga: Te Takarangi: Celebrating Māori publications – 150 books

Te Takarangi: Celebrating Māori publications – 150 books

Please note the Wintec library doesn't own all these books. You will have to check on the Library Catalogue and then if it isn't available then the Wintec Library can see if they can inter library loan it from another library in New Zealand. 

  1. Anderson, A. (1986). Te Puoho’s last raid. Otago Heritage Books.
  2. Anderson, A. (1998). The welcome of strangers: an ethnohistory of southern Māori A.D. 1650-1850. Otago UP
  3. Anderson, A (2014). Tangata whenua : an illustrated history. Bridget Williams Books.
  4. Awatere, D. (1984). Māori sovereignty. Broadsheet.
  5. Awekotuku (2007). Mau moko: World of Māori tattoo. Penguin
  6. Barclay. (2005). Mana tūturu : Māori treasures and intellectual property rights. Auckland University Press.
  7. Bargh, M. (2010). Māori and parliament. Huia. 
  8. Bargh, M. (2015). Hidden Economy: Māori in the Privatised Military Industry. Huia
  9. Bargh, M. (2007). Resistance: an indigenous response to neoliberalism. Huia.
  10. Barlow, C. (1991). Tikanga whakaaro: key concepts in Māori culture. Oxford University Press.
  11. Benton, R. (2013). Te Mātāpunenga: A Compendium of References to … Māori Customary Law. VUPress.
  12. Biggs, B. (1969). Let’s learn Māori. Auckland University Press. 
  13. Bishop, R. (1999). Culture counts. Dunmore Press.
  14. Broughton, R. (1993). Ngaa Mahi Whakaari a Titokowaru. Wellington, Victoria University Press
  15. Brown, D. (2007). Te Puna Maori art from Te Tai Tokerau. Northland. Reed.
  16. Brown, D. (2017)Tāngata Ngāi Tahu = People of Ngāi Tahu.  Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu.
  17. Brown. (2009)Māori architecture. Raupo.
  18. Buck, P. (1949). The coming of the Māori. Whitcombe and Tombs.
  19. Buck, P. (1938). Vikings of the sunrise. Whitcombe and Tombs.
  20. Charters, C. (2007). Maori property rights and the foreshore and seabed. Victoria University Press
  21. Charters, C.  (Ed). (2009). Making the Declaration Work. Copenhagen, Denmark: IWGIA.
  22. Cloher, D. (2002). Tribes of Muriwhenua. Auckland University Press. 
  23. Cloher. (2003). Hongi Hika, warrior chief. Viking.
  24. Cole, R. T. (1951). The Autobiography of a Maori. Reed. 
  25. Colenso, W. (1837). Ko Tetahi Wahanga o te Kawenata Hou …; New Testament. Paihia Pr. 
  26. Cowan, J.,  & Pomare, M. (1930). Legends of the Māori. Southern reprints. 
  27. Curnow, J. (Ed). (2002). Rere Atu, Taku Manu! Auckland University Press.
  28. Day, D. (Eds). (2016). The Journeys of Besieged Languages. Cambridge Scholars 
  29. Diamond, P. (2003). A fire in your belly. Huia.
  30. Diamond, P. (2007). Makereti: Taking Māori to the World. Random House.
  31. Durie, M. (2003). Ngā kāhui pou: launching Māori futures. Huia. 
  32. Durie, M. (1998). Te mana, Te kawanatanga: the politics of Maori self-determination. Oxford University Press.
  33. Durie, M. (2001). Mauri ora : the dynamics of Māori health. Oxford University Press.
  34. Durie, M. (1994). Whaiora: Māori health development. Oxford University Press.
  35. Ellis, N. (2016). Whakapapa of tradition. Auckland University Press
  36. Erueti, A. (2017). International indigenous rights in Aotearoa New Zealand. Victoria University Press. 
  37. Evans, M. (2005) The art of Māori weaving. Huia
  38. Gardiner, W. (1992). Te mura o te ahi. Reed.                  
  39. Grace, J. (1992). Tūwharetoa: the history of the Māori people of the Taupō district. Reed.
  40. Groot, S. (Eds). (2017). Precarity: Uncertain, insecure and unequal lives.  Massey.
  41. Haami, B. (2004). Pūtea whakairo: Māori and the written word. Huia.
  42. Halbert, R. (1999). Horouta. Reed.
  43. Harris, A. (2004). Hikoi: Forty years of Māori protest. Huia
  44. Higgins, R. (2014). The value of the Māori language. Huia 
  45. Hogan, H. (1994). Renata’s journey. Canterbury University Press. 
  46. Hokowhitu, B. (2013). The fourth eye: Maori media in Aotearoa NZ. University of Minnesota.
  47. Hokowhitu, B. (2010). Indigenous identity and resistance. Otago University Press. 
  48. Hutchings, J. (2016). Decolonisation in Aotearoa. NZCER
  49. Hutchings, J. (2007). Sexuality and the stories of indigenous people. Huia.
  50. Jones, A. (2017). Tuai: A traveller in two worlds. BWB.
  51. Jones, A. (2011). Words between us: First Maori Pakeha conversations. Huia. 
  52. Jones, A., & Hoskins, T. K. (2017). Critical conversations in kaupapa Māori. Huia.
  53. Jones. (2016). New treaty, new tradition. UBC Press.
  54. Jones, P. (1959). King Pōtatau …first Māori King. Polynesian Society.
  55. Jones, P. (1995). Ngā iwi o Tainui. Auckland University Press.
  56. Kaa, W., & Te O. Kaa (Eds). (1996). Apirana Turupa Ngata: Āna Tuhinga i te Reo Māori. Victoria Univ Press.
  57. Kaa, W., & Te O. Kaa (Eds). (1996). Mohi Turei. Victoria University Press.
  58. Katene, S. (2015). Fire that kindles hearts. Steele Roberts.
  59. Katene, S. (2013). Future challenges for Maori. Huia.
  60. Kawharu, H. (1977). Maori land tenure. Clarendon Press.
  61. Kawharu, M. (2002) Whenua: managing our resources. Reed.
  62. Kawharu, M. (2014) Maranga mai: te reo and marae in crisis. Auckland University Press. 
  63. Keenan, D. (2012) Huia histories of Maori. Huia.
  64. Keenan, D. (2015) Te Whiti o Rongomai and the resistance of Parihaka. Huia.
  65. Keenan. (2008). Terror in our midst? . Huia.
  66. Kendall, T (1957) A korao no New Zealand. Auckland Museum. 
  67. Kendall, T. (1820) A Grammar and Vocabulary of the Language of NZ. Church Missionary Soc.
  68. Kepa, M. (2016) Diversity in community: indigenous scholars writing. NZCER.
  69. Kepa, M. (2015) Home here to stay. Huia. 
  70. Kohere, R. T. (1949)The Story of a Maori Chief. Reed. 
  71. Lindauer, G. (2016)  Gottfied Lindauer’s New Zealand: the Māori portraits. Auckland University Press. 
  72. Maaka, R. (2005) The politics of indigeneity. University of Otago. 
  73. Makareti (1938) The old-time Māori. Victor Gollancz.
  74. Māori Language Commission (2008) He pātaka kupu
  75. Matamua, R. (2017) Matariki: star of the year. Huia.
  76. Matiu, M. (2003)Te Whanau Moana. Reed.
  77. McFarlane, A (2015) Sociocultural realities. Canterbury University Press.
  78. McIntosh, T. (2011) Maori and social issues. Huia. 
  79. Mead, H.M (1997) Landmarks, bridges and visions: aspects of Māori culture. Victoria University Press.
  80. Mead, H.M (1986) Te Toi Whakairo. Reed
  81. Mead, H.M. (2003) Tikanga Maori. Huia. 
  82. Mead, H.M. (2001) Ngā pēpeha a ngā tīpuna. Victoria University Press.
  83. Mead, Harvey, L., Ngaropo, P., & Phillis, O. (2017). Mataatua wharenui : te whare i hoki mai. Huia 
  84. Mikaere, A. (2011) Colonising myths: Māori realities. Huia.
  85. Mikaere, B. (1988) Te Maiharoa and the promised land. Heinemann
  86. Miller, R. J., J. Ruru, (2010). Discovering Indigenous Lands: The Doctrine of Discovery … OUP.
  87. Morete, M. Life of Maria, the Converted Half-Cast, War Cry. 
  88. Morrison, S. (2015) Māori made easy. Raupo.
  89. Mulholland, M. (2009) Beneath the Māori moon. Huia.
  90. Mulholland, M. (2010) Weeping waters. Huia.
  91. Mulholland, M. (Ed.)(2006) State of the Māori Nation.  Reed Books.
  92. Muru-Lanning, M. (2016) Tupuna awa: people and politics of the Waikato River. New Island. Ebook.
  93. Mutu, M. (2011) the state of Māori rights. Huia. 
  94. Mutu, M et al  (2017). Ngāti Kahu: portrait of a sovereign nation. Huia
  95. Ngata, A., (1928-1988) Ngā mōteatea Auckland University Press.
  96. Ngata, H. (1993) English - Māori dictionary. Modern Teaching Aids. 
  97. Ngata, A. T. (1943)The Price of Citizenship: Ngarimu V.C. Whitcombe & Tombs.
  98. O’Regan, H. (2001) Ko tahu ko au: Kāi Tahu tribal identity. Horomaka.
  99. O’Regan. (2014). New myths and old politics. Bridget Williams Books.
  100. O’sullivan, D. (2007) Beyond biculturalism. Huia.
  101. Panoho, R. (2015) Māori art. David Bateman.
  102. Paterson, L. and A. Wanhalla.(2017) He Reo Wāhine: Auckland University Press. 
  103. Penetito, W. (2011) What’s Maori about Maori education. Victoria University Press. 
  104. Potatau, H. (1991)He Hokinga Mahara.  Longman Paul.
  105. Rei, T. (1993) Māori Women and The Vote. Huia.
  106. Rewi, P. (2010) Whaikōrero: the world of Māori oratory. Auckland University Press 
  107. Rinehart (2015 Ethnographies in pan Pacific Research. Routledge. T& F ebook
  108. Roa. (1987). Tukua : he tikanga Māori. Heinemann.
  109. Rocha, Z (2017). Mana Tangatarua : Mixed heritages, ethnic identity …New Zealand . Taylor and Fr.
  110. Royal, Te A. C. (1994) Kāti au i Kōnei: Huia 
  111. Royal, T. (2003) The woven universe … writings of Rev. Maori Marsden
  112. Ruatapu, M. (1993) Ngā korero o Mohi Ruatapu. Canterbury University Press. 
  113. Sadler, R. (2014) Ko tautoro, te pito o toku ao: a Ngapuhi narrative. Auckland University press.
  114. Selby, R. (2010) Māori and the environment: Kaitiaki. Huia. 
  115. Simon, J. (2001) A civilising mission …Native schools system. Auckland University Press.
  116. Sisson, J. (1987) The puriri trees are laughing: . Polynesian Society. 
  117. Smith, H. (2002) Taiawhio: conversations with contemporary Maori artists. Te Papa Press.
  118. Smith, J. (2016) Māori television:the first ten years. Auckland University Press. 
  119. Smith. (2012). Decolonizing methodologies : research and indigenous peoples (2nd ed.). Zed Books.
  120. Sole, T. (2005) Ngāti ruanui. Huia
121. Sorrenson, M (1979) Māori origins and migrations. Auckland University. 
122. Sorrenson, M. (1986)Na To Hoa Aroha; From Your Dear Friend.  Auckland Univ Press.
123. Soutar, M. (2008). Ngā tama toa … 28th Maori battalion. David Bateman.
124 Spiller, C. (2015) Wayfinding leadership. Huia. 
125 Stephens, & Boyce, M. (2013). He papakupu reo ture = A dictionary of Māori legal terms. LexisNexis
126 Stowell, H. M. Maori-English Tutor and Vade Mecum. Whitcombe and Tombs, 1911.
127 Stuart, (2010). Tāone tupu ora :. Steel Roberts. 
128. Tapsell, P. Pukaki: A Comet Returns. Reed, 2000. 
129. Tau, T. (2003) Ngā pikituroa o Ngāi tahu. University of Otago.
130. Tau, t. (2008) Ngāi tahu: a migration history. BWB 
131. Tawhai, W. (2013) Living by the moon. Huia.
132. Tawhai, & Gray-Sharp, K. (2011). Always speaking :  Huia 
133. Taylor, J. (2016) Indigenous data sovereignty. Australian National University. 
134. Te Awekotuku, N (1991) Mana wahine Maori. New Womens Press.
135. Te Punga Somerville, A. (2012) Once were Pacific. University of Minnesota. 
136. Tomlins-Jahnke, & Mulholland, M. (2011). Mana tangata:. Huia 
137. Turoa, T. (2000) Te takoto o te whenua o Hauraki: Hauraki landmarks. Reed.
138. Walker, R. (1990) Ka whawhai tonu matou: struggle without end. Penguin.
139. Walker, R. (2007) Opotiki-mai-Tawhiti. Penguin.
140. Walker, R. (2001) He tipua: the life and times of Sir Apirana Ngata. Penguin.
141. Walker, R. (2008) Tohunga Whakairo: Paki Harrison. Penguin. 
142. Walker. (1996). Ngā pepa a Ranginui = The Walker Papers. Penguin Books.
143. Wanhalla, A. (2013) Matters of the heart: a history of interracial marriage. Auckland Univ Pr. 
144. Wanhalla, A.(2009) In/visible Sight: The Mixed-Descent Families …. BWB.
145. Whaanga, M. (2004). A carved cloak for Tahu: . Auckland University. 
146. Whatahoro (2013) The lore of the whare wananga. AMS Press.
147. Whitinui, P. (2011) Kia tangi te tītī: permission to speak: successful schooling for Māori…NZCER
148. Whitinui, P. (2013). Ara mai he tētēkura: visioning our futures. Univ of Otago Press. 
149. Williams, M. (2015) Panguru and the city: kainga tahi, kainga rua:  BWB. 
150. Winitana. (2011) Tōku Reo Tōku OhoohoMy language, my inspiration. Huia
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