MAI Review, 2008, Issue 2



MAI Review, 2008, Issue 2 Articles
Social consequences of Tūhoe migration: Voices from home in Te Urewera
Linda Waimarie Nikora, Mohi Robert Rua, Ngahuia Te Awekotuku, Bernard Guerin, Jane McCaughey
13 pages

The political apology as a millennial phenomenon
Gary Raumati Hook
13 pages

The road to reconciliation begins with an apology
Gary Raumati Hook
13 pages

Evaluation of Amokura: An indigenous family violence prevention strategy
Di Grennell, Fiona Cram
10 pages

Indigenous space in institutions: Frameworks around Māori legal academics at Waikato
Huia Woods
8 pages

Struggles for the Māori language: He whawhai mo te reo Māori
Joseph Selwyn Te Rito
8 pages

Exceptional torture: Abu Ghrayb and rituals of viewing
Scott Reed
6 pages

Donor foundations and colonial inheritance
Elizabeth Maria Castellanos
6 pages

Continuing the colonial process through video games
Maggie Sheldon
5 pages

We are what we eat: The colonial history of the banana
Maggie Lawrence
4 pages

The Filipino ‘Exhibit’ at the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair, Missouri
Michelle Sit
5 pages

Fulla, the veiled Barbie: An analysis of cultural imperialism and agency
Renee Terrebonne
7 pages


MAI Review, 2008, Issue 2 Te Kokonga - Workshop Corner
“ASK THE PROFESSOR” about …
SHAPING UP YOUR SENTENCES
Helen Sword
4 pages

“ASK THE LIBRARIAN” about …
STAYING CURRENT WITH RESEARCH
Julie Sibthorpe
3 pages

“ASK THE ADMINISTRATOR” about …
ORGANIZING CONFERENCES
Les R. Tumoana Williams
3 pages

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