Māori, Pacific and the global Indigenous

Our leading researchers are available to supervise postgraduate research exploring Indigenous-centred knowledge.

The Māori concept of rangatiratanga demonstrates the breadth and depth of Māori knowledge, practice and values.

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Award winning researcher Professor Margaret Mutu

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Aroha is interested in Māori and iwi histories of Māori policy and community development in the twentieth century.

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Jemaima's research interests include mental health, Pacific suicide prevention and postvention, youth development, and Pacific health and wellbeing.

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Linda works in community, social and Indigenous psychologies, with a specific focus on Māori wellbeing and self-determination.

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Ethan's research focuses on ceramics, the interplay between ancient populations and environments, and evolutionary approaches to cultural change.

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Arapera's main research interests are concerned with the revitalisation of te reo Māori.

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