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  • Vā and Veitapui as decolonial potential: ongoing Talatalanoa and re-imagining Doctoral being and becoming

    Fa'avae, David Taufui Mkiato (2021-08-23)
    Ko e taumuʻa ʻo e tohi ni ke tau talatalanoa fekauʻaki moe vā moe veitapui. This chapter is centered on vā and veitapui, Tongan concepts grounded in Indigenous Pacific philosophies linked to relational spaces. I articulate ...
  • Forward

    Pittari, Adrian (Geoscience Society of New Zealand & GNS Science, 2018)
    George A. Eiby and John H. Latter prepared this book on volcanoes in the tradition of Eiby’s earlier 168-page standard work Earthquakes that was first published in 1957 by Frederick Muller Ltd (London) and achieved its 5th ...
  • Intersections between housing affordability and meanings of home: A review

    Barrett, Patrick (Informa UK Limited, 2022-06-12)
    Research into housing affordability has flourished alongside growth in house prices, just as successive governments have used a range of policy levers to curb price increases. To date, however, these policies have met with ...
  • Urban narrative: Value based urban design

    Mackness, Catherine; Dyer, Rachel; Dyer, Mark; Hinze, Aninika; Farrari, Tomas; Wu, Shaoqun; Wilkins, Rebekah; Weng, Min-Hsien (University of Waikato, 2019)
    Presented at 2019 Australasia Conference, Regional Studies Association - A Leading and Impactful Community. Urban And Regional Wellbeing, First Nations Economies And Global Value Chains For Regional ‎Sustainability, in ...
  • Repair eXtreme - DNA repair proteins from Antarctic extremophiles

    Rzoska-Smith, Elizabeth (The University of Waikato, 2023)
    The McMurdo Dry valleys (DV) in Antarctica are one of the harshest environments on Earth, with high levels of UV radiation, freeze-thaw cycles, low moisture, and nutrient content. Bacteria in this extreme environment have ...

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