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The following publications contain essays and reflections on Māori frameworks and aspirations.

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Whakatupu Mātaurangawtm
$20.00

Whakatupu Mātauranga is the inaugural journal from Te Kāhui Whakatupu Mātauranga.  The collection celebrates kaupapa, and considers how well our practices are expressing those kaupapa.  Most of the articles are the work of present and past staff of Te Kāhui Whakatupu Mātauranga, including one of our Purutanga Mauri.  In addition, there are contributions from both the Ahorangi and the Tumuaki of Te Wānanga o Raukawa.

 


Te Ūkaipō 5ukaipo-5
$20.00

The fifth journal in the Te Ūkaipō series includes writing by a range of women, mostly from the ART Confederation: Te Ati Awa, Ngāti Raukawa, Ngāti Toa Rangatira, who have generously shared their stories.

 

 

 

 


Kei Tua o te Paekei-tua-o-te-pae
Changing Worlds, Changing Tikanga - Educating History and the Future
$10.00

 


A compilation of papers by presenters at the Kei Tua o te Pae conference held at Te Wānanga o Raukawa, 4-5 September 2012.  The focus of this hui was to explore the impact of colonisation on our tikanga, and the challenges of keeping our kaupapa relevant and pono in te ao hurihuri.

 


Ahunga Tikangaahunga-tikanga
Edited by Kim McBreen
$20.00


Ahunga Tikanga is the inaugural journal to be produced from the Ahunga Tikanga programme of study at Te Wānanga o Raukawa.  The programme is founded on the incontrovertibility of tikanga as the first and only legitimate law of Aotearoa, and encourages students to explore the practice of tikanga as well as the philosophical foundation that underpins it.
 

 


Te Wānanga o Raukawa: Restoring Mātauranga To Restore restoring-ecosystemsEcosystems
$10.00


This report explores issues arising out of Te Wānanga o Raukawa's experience of participating in a collaborative project with Ecological Economics Research NZ, Landcare Research and Te Rūnanga o Raukawa.

 

 


Puna Maumahara: Rōpū Tuku Iho Repositoriespuna-maumahara
$10.00


The proceedings of the conference held at Te Wānanga o Raukawa in November, 2006.  A collection of eight papers by local and national experts.

 

 

 

 


Mā Te Rango Te Waka Ka Rere.  Exploring a Kaupapa Māori ma-te-rangoOrganisational Framework.
$10.00

The proceedings of a hui to examine the Waka Umanga (Māori Corporations) Bill held at Te Wānanga o Raukawa in 2006.  This journal brings together eleven papers that were presented at the hui.


 

 


Te Ūkaipō 2 & Te Ūkaipō 3ukaipo2 3
$10.00 each


Te Ūkaipō brings together a collection of writing by various female authors, mostly from the ART Confederation.  There are five volumes of Te Ūkaipō. Volumes 2 and 3 are available.

 

*The Te Ūkaipō series is available for loan from libraries throughout Aotearoa, New Zealand. Te Wānanga o Raukawa students can also access these journals through the Ōtaki campus library. 

 


Te Ūkaipō 1 & Te Ūkaipō 4 SOLD OUT *ukaipo-1 
$10.00 each

Journals 1 and 4 in the Te Ūkaipō series are currently sold out.

 

*The Te Ūkaipō series is available for loan from libraries throughout Aotearoa, New Zealand. Te Wānanga o Raukawa students can also access these journals through the Ōtaki campus library.

 

Te Ūkaipō IV

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Te Whakahaere SOLD OUT *whakahaere
$10.00

 

Te Whakahaere is a journal containing articles written about aspects of management in a Māori context.  Contributors include Turoa Royal, Whatarangi Winiata, Mason Durie, Mark Gray, Colin Knox and Richard Orzecki.   

 

 


Te Pā Harakekepa-harakeke  SOLD OUT *
$10.00

 

Te Pā Harakeke is the journal of Iwi and Hapū Studies at Te Wānanga o Raukawa.  It contains contributions from staff, students and kaiāwhina in both Māori and English.    

*Te Pā Harakeke is available for loan from libraries throughout Aotearoa, New Zealand. Te Wānanga o Raukawa students can also access this journal through the Ōtaki campus library.

 

 


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