He Pukenga Korero

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Vol 11, No 1 (2012)

Table of Contents

Full issue

He Pukenga Korero Raumati (Summer), Volume 11 Number 1, 2012 PDF
Margaret Forster


The Early Years of Māori Studies at Victoria and Waikato Universities PDF
Michael Reilly
Colour by Numbers? Introducing the Indigenous Worldview into Business School Curriculum PDF
Diane Ruwhiu
Adding 'Local' Flavour to the Māori Language Curriculum PDF
Tangiwai Rewi, Karyn Paringatai, Whakarongotai Hokowhitu
"The Donations of History": Merata Mita, Mauri and the Transfigured 'Māori Gaze' PDF
Bruce Harding

Special Feature

2012 Te Kupu Ora Book Awards PDF
Sheeandra Field


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