• Story of a Treaty
    Story of a Treaty
    In constant use for over twenty years, a new generation will benefit from this long-awaited new edition of New Zealand's most accessible introduction to the Treaty of Waitangi. Popular with students and general readers, this lively short history is drawn from Claudia Orange's extensive and award-winning writing about this key document. New material brings the narrative up to date, while a richer range of illustrations and full-colour design ensures THE STORY OF A TREATY will remain an authoritative introduction into the future.

    ISBN: 9781927131442
    Publication date: 15/02/2013
    Price: $29.99
    Author: Orange, Claudia
    Format: Paperback
    Price: $29.99
  • Struggle for Maori Fishing Rights: Te Ika a Maori
    Struggle for Maori Fishing Rights: Te Ika a Maori
    Maori fishing rights were guaranteed by the Treaty of Waitangi, taken away by Crown actions, and, along with Maori land rights and other grievances, contested throughout the 1970s and 1980s. Finally, after years of struggle in the courts, through the Waitangi Tribunal and in protests, Maori fishing rights were restored. This book claims that four pou or elements significantly assisted in the recognition and eventual recovery of Maori fishing rights: The Treaty of Waitangi; the courts; The Waitangi Tribunal and the resilience and tenacity of Maori people, who never gave up fighting for what was right. The author argues that the strong tradition of fairness and justice in New Zealand society provided a platform for Maori and Pakeha to support the four pou and address the injustices that included not only a denial of Maori fishing rights but also a large number of others. The restoration of Maori fishing rights, therefore, is not an isolated event but is part of the larger picture of New Zealand society accepting that Maori had been unjustly treated since the 1840s and choosing to redress those injustices.

    ISBN: 9781775501961
    Publication date: 31/03/2016
    Price: $45.00
    Author: Bargh, Brian
    Format: Paperback
    Price: $45.00
  • Tangata Whenua a History
    Tangata Whenua a History
    Tangata Whenua: A History presents a rich narrative of the Maori past from ancient origins in South China to the twenty-first century, in a handy paperback format. The authoritative text is drawn directly from the award-winning Tangata Whenua: An Illustrated History; the full text of the big hardback is available in a reader-friendly edition, ideal for students and for bedtime reading, and a perfect gift for those whose budgets do not stretch to the illustrated edition. Maps and diagrams complement the text, along with a full set of references and the important statistical appendix.Tangata Whenua: An Illustrated History was published to widespread acclaim in late 2014. This magnificent history has featured regularly in the award lists: winner of the 2015 Royal Society Science Book Prize, shortlisted for the international Ernest Scott Prize, winner of the Te Korero o Mua (History) Award at the Nga Kupu ora Aotearoa Maori Book Awards, and Gold in the Pride in Print Awards.The importance of this history to New Zealand cannot be overstated. Maori leaders emphatically endorsed the book, as have reviewers and younger commentators.
    They speak of the way Tangata Whenua draws together different strands of knowledge - from historical research through archaeology and science to oral tradition. They remark on the contribution this book makes to evolving knowledge, describing it as 'a canvas to paint the future on'. And many comment on the contribution it makes to the growth of understanding between the people of this country.

    ISBN: 9780908321537
    Publication date: 23/11/2015
    Price: $49.99
    Author: Harris, Aroha
    Format: Paperback
    Price: $49.99
  • Tangata Whenua an Illustrated History
    Tangata Whenua an Illustrated History
    A landmark publication, Tangata Whenua portrays the sweep of Maori history from Pacific origins to the twenty-first century. Through narrative and images, it offers a striking overview of the past, grounded in specific localities and histories. Fifteen chapters bring together scholarship in history, archaeology, traditional narratives and oral history. Images from around the country (and from international museums) include taonga and artefacts, early European sketches and paintings along with contemporary artworks, and many photographs from collections and newspapers. Placing Maori at the centre of the country's story, Tangata Whenua begins in the Pacific and outlines early settlement in New Zealand. A second section covers the period of great change in the nineteenth century, examining how Maori communities were affected by the influx of new technology, religious ideas, trade and literacy. The history then extends forward through the twentieth century - with two world wars, the growth of an urban Maori culture, rising protest, and Treaty claims and settlements.
    At the beginning of the twenty-first century, Maori are drawing on both international connections and their ancestral place in Aotearoa. The ways in which growth and development are interwoven with tension and resistance will be evident in the future as they have been throughout the past.

    ISBN: 9781927131411
    Publication date: 15/11/2014
    Price: $99.99
    Author: Anderson, Atholl
    Format: Hard Back
    Price: $99.99
  • Tauira Maori Methods of Learning and Teaching
    Tauira Maori Methods of Learning and Teaching
    Based on extensive interviews with 21 individuals, this book allows us to listen to M?ori from Northland recall the mid-20th century rural world in which they grew up. MetgeAEs work tackles important questions about M?ori teaching and learning: What was the role of whanau and hapu, household and marae, kaumatua and siblings, work and play in learning? How much learning was practical and how much by teaching? Metge shows that M?ori ways of learning flourished alongside the school system in rural Northland and that those educational practices had a particular form and philosophy. M?ori focused on learning by doing, teaching in context, learning in a group, memorising, and advancement when ready. M?ori of rural Northland imparted cultural knowledge as well as practical skills through daily life and storytelling, in whanau and community activities. Under achievement of M?ori children in state schools is often attributed to deficiencies in the childrenAEs home environment. Joan Metge presents a different view. She introduces readers to M?ori methods of teaching and learning that are rich in lessons for us all.

    ISBN: 9781869408220
    Publication date: 15/06/2015
    Price: $45.00
    Author: Metge, Joan
    Format: Paperback
    Price: $45.00
  • Te Hikuwai Launch Yourself into Te Reo Maori
    Te Hikuwai Launch Yourself into Te Reo Maori
    ISBN: 9780170185516
    Price: $46.99
    Author: Cormack, Ian
    Format: Paperback
    Price: $46.99
  • Te Kakano (te Whanake 1) T
    Te Kakano (te Whanake 1) T
    ISBN: 9780582543287
    Edition: 2
    Price: $89.09
    Author: Moorfield, John C.
    Format: Paperback
    Price: $89.09
  • Te Mahuri Study Guide
    Te Mahuri Study Guide
    This study guide is designed to accompany Te Mahuri (Second Edition), the upper-intermediate-level text of the Te Whanake Maori language series. It contains grammar, vocabulary, reading and writing exercises for independent study. These allow the student to practice the language introduced and explained in the corresponding chapter of the textbook and previous books in the series.

    ISBN: 9780582545793
    Publication date: 16/07/2004
    Price: $45.00
    Author: Moorfield, John C.
    Format: Paperback
    Price: $45.00
  • Te Marae a Guide to Customs and Protocol
    Te Marae a Guide to Customs and Protocol
    Do women have the right to speak on a marae? How should one respond to the wero? Who speaks first and last during whai korero? When do the manuhiri present their koha to the tangata whenua? These and many other questions are answered in this invaluable introduction Maori protocol. Hiwi and Pat Tauroa outline the sequence of events beginning when visitors arrive at the gates of a marae and ending with their departure. Includes information on appropriate behaviour and spiritual background, plus a selection of waiata, karakia and mihi for the visitor who wishes to make correct responses.

    ISBN: 9780143202424
    Publication date: 16/04/2009
    Price: $25.00
    Author: Tauroa, Hiwi
    Format: Trade Paperback
    Price: $25.00
  • Te Wahapu Launch Yourself into Te Reo Maori
    Te Wahapu Launch Yourself into Te Reo Maori
    Te Wahapu is the second book in this comprehensive, enjoyable and easily understandable self-tuition course for Maori language. Te Rere o te Reo offers an up-to-date bilingual approach to mastering te reo Maori, designed for learners of all backgrounds in today's world. As notable Maori language advocate Piripi Walker says in his foreword: 'Te Wahapu, like Te Hikuwai before it, provides all the steps you need for mastery of the first stages of speaking and writing idiomatic Maori. It has been located within real-life activities of contemporary people, scenarios which imagine you using Maori, in Maori-speaking networks, in modern settings. The books offer a reference text, workbook and audio resource all in one. They are structured in units, each opening with a dialogue and followed by explanations of words, expressions and language patterns. Exercises and activities - with space for your answers - reinforce key points of learning at every step. In the classroom - Te Rere o te Reo (the flow of language) is a foundation course in three levels: Te Hikuwai (the stream); Te Wahapu (the river mouth); Te Moana Waiwai (the open sea).
    Teachers will find that the course's design for self-tuition enhances its classroom use with secondary students, as well as adult learners, launching into Maori language. Te Wahapu along with Te Hikuwai form at least two-thirds of a three-year basic course. The course overall will offer teachers and students all the resources they need for students to achieve NCEA Level 1 in the language.

    ISBN: 9780170185714
    Publication date: 11/08/2011
    Price: $46.99
    Author: Cormack, Ian
    Format: Paperback
    Price: $46.99
  • Te Whanake 1 Te Kakano Text/study Guide S/wrap T
    Te Whanake 1 Te Kakano Text/study Guide S/wrap T
    Required text TREO 111 semester 1, 2018
    Required text TREO 112 semester 2, 2018


    ISBN: 9781488608780
    Edition: 2
    Price: $118.79
    Author: Moorfield, John
    Format: Pack
    Price: $118.79
  • Te Whanake 2 Te Pihinga T
    Te Whanake 2 Te Pihinga T
    Required text TREO 260 semester 1 & semester 2, 2018

    ISBN: 9780582543270
    Publication date: 27/06/2001
    Edition: 2
    Price: $97.19
    Author: Moorfield
    Format: Paperback
    Price: $97.19
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