Browsing by Author "Whaanga, Hēmi"

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  • AI: a new (r)evolution or the new colonizer for Indigenous peoples?

    Whaanga, Hēmi (Initiative for Indigenous Futures and the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIFAR), 2020)
    We are often told that there is one constant in life and that is change; it is inevitable, inescapable. When the forces of power begin to blow and conditions are right, change will happen. As the planet undergoes a period ...
  • Artefacts, biology and bias in museum collection research

    Wehi, Priscilla M.; Whaanga, Hēmi; Trewick, Steve A. (Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2012-07)
    Museum collections are increasingly subjected to scientific scrutiny, including molecular, isotopic and trace-element analyses. Recent advances have extended analyses from natural history specimens to historical artefacts. ...
  • Case roles / relations and discourse relations: A Maori language-based perspective

    Whaanga, Hēmi (The University of Waikato, 2006)
    The overall aim of this research project is to explore case roles/ relations and discourse relations (referred to in this thesis as 'intra-propositional relations' and 'interpropositional relations' respectively) from the ...
  • Creating a curriculum for indigenous and community languages: Te reo Māori as an example

    Bruce, Ian; Whaanga, Hēmi (School of Māori and Pacific Development, The University of Waikato, 2002)
    Part 1 of this paper introduces the draft Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) for languages and describes how it was used in the construction of draft New Zealand curriculum guidelines for French and German. Part ...
  • He mahi māreikura: Reflections on the digitising of the Pei Jones’ collection

    Whaanga, Hēmi (Te Pua Wānanga ki te Ao / Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Studies, the University of Waikato, 2017)
    The astounding growth in digital content in the past decade alongside the proliferation of Mātauranga Māori being made available through this medium has transformed and affected the ways in which we participate and communicate ...

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  • Echoed silencing in Te Whare/Tangata

    Lewis, Cassandra Louise Terauhina (The University of Waikato, 2021)
    Wāhine Māori voices are suppressed due to multiple intersecting factors in Aotearoa which negatively impact our lived realities. The aim of this thesis is to foreground wāhine voice and identity within a settler colonial ...
  • Ati Ue: Te Aitanga a Tuoro

    James, Steven (Tipene) Robert (The University of Waikato, 2021)
    This thesis is based on the manuscripts of my tupuna Tuoro Akapita Pango that are held in a treasured whānau box. The manuscripts contain history and kōrero of Te Arawa written by multiple generations of the whānau Pango. ...
  • Ko Te Reo i Te Rarawa pēhea rainī te tūāhua reo o ngā mātua tūpuna i Pukepoto

    McGrath, Daniel (The University of Waikato, 2021)
    Ko te reo Māori, ko te reo ā-iwi, ko te mita o te reo; ko tēhea te mea nui? Mai anō tēnei tohe, ko tēhea ko runga, ko tēhea ko raro. He tinitini nei anō ngā rangahau mō te reo Māori, mō ngā rautaki whakaora i te reo Māori. ...
  • Kei hea te tangi a te Tūī? An exploration of Kaitiakitanga in urban spaces

    Walker, Erana (The University of Waikato, 2021)
    Indigenous people’s connection to the natural world differs from place to place. In Aotearoa, New Zealand, Māori connection to nature is often articulated through the concept of kaitiakitanga whilst intertwining concepts ...
  • Ngāti Whakaue Māngai Nui

    Hiini, Anaha Te Wheoro (The University of Waikato, 2020)
    Ko Ngāti Whakaue tētehi iwi ahurei o te waka o Te Arawa. Ko tētehi taha ōna kei ngā tahataha o te kōroto moana o Te Rotorua-nui-a-Kahumatamomoe, i Waingaehe ki Waimihia. Ko tētehi atu taha ōna kei te ūnga o te waka ...

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