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Title:Huia histories of Māori : ngā Tāhuhu Kōrero
Abstract:This comprehensive history of Aotearoa New Zealand written entirely from Māori viewpoints using Māori customary structures takes a fresh look at what Māori history is and how it is different from that formerly portrayed. As a post-colonial history, it provides a range of fresh views on events in the past. Written by sixteen Māori scholars, all specialists in their fields, the book covers histories of descent, the land, people, and autonomy and includes writing on customary law, ancestral law, the natural world, Māori urban protest, customary language, health, politics and cultural expression. The book is richly illustrated with over 100 photographs. The book will be of particular interest to historians, tertiary-level students of history, politics, and Māori studies, and readers of New Zealand history.--Publisher description
Alternative Title:Tāhuhu Kōrero
Contributor:Keenan, Danny
Huia Publishers
Description:Contains text in Maori
Includes bibliographical references and index
Genre: History
Extent:xl, 400 pages : illustrations (some color), portraits (some color) ; 26 cm
Identifier:ISBN: 9781775500094 (hbk.)
ISBN: 1775500098 (hbk.)
Identifier (URI):https://uhmanoa.lib.hawaii.edu/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=3464673
Language (ISO639):eng
Publisher:Wellington, N.Z. : Huia
Spatial Coverage:u-nz---
Subject:DU423.A1H85 2012
Maori (New Zealand people)
Maori (New Zealand people)--Government relations
Maori (New Zealand people)--Politics and government
Maori (New Zealand people)--Social conditions
Subject (LCSH):Maori (New Zealand people)--History
Table Of Contents:Introduction: "Land, culture and history interwoven" / Danny Keenan -- Pt. 1. "Love of their native place": pre-1800. Ancestral laws of Māori: continuities of land, people and history / E. T. Durie ; Kākāriki, pōwhaitere: the beauty of the canoe traditions / Te Maire Tau ; Revisiting "The natural world of the Māori" / Mere Roberts ; "The power of performance": the constancy of Māori expressional culture / Teurikore Biddle ; "An active and functional language": Te reo in the early contact period / Poia Rewi -- Pt. 2. "Inveterate in their adherence": 1800-1900. Custom law and the advent of new Pākehā settlers: tuku whenua-allocation of resource use rights / Margaret Mutu ; Musket wars, migrations, new tribal alignments / Buddy Mikaere ; "Separating them from that common influence": the dissolution of customary authority 1840-1890 / Danny Keenan ; Tā te ao Māori: writing in the Māori world / Bradford Haami -- Pt. 3. "Take my faith to the mountain": 1900-2000. "The future sons of Britain"?: the dissolution of customary autonomy 1890-1918 / Danny Keenan ; Māori urban protest movements / Rawiri Taonui ; Māori health transitions 1960-1985 / Mason Durie ; New Māori politics 1990s-2000s / Maria Bargh -- Pt. 4. "Cherished for the mana they embody": 2000-2012. The fate of the customary language: te reo Māori 1900 to the present / Hana O'Regan ; Custom and toi Māori / Jo Diamond ; "Modern in a traditional way": the Māori search for cultural equilibrium in a saying, a song and a short story / Aroha Harris ; "As for these blankets, burn them": Māori and indigeneity / Brendan Hokowhitu -- Epilogue: "A taonga of history"
Type (DCMI):Text


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