Māori decolonization, education, and nation identity in New Zealand
The Faculty Development Study Trip to Aotearoa (New Zealand) in June of 2008 focused upon the Māori people and their place in contemporary society. The trip explored the Māori decolonization movement particularly as pursued through education. It also investigated the incorporation of Māori people, history, and perspectives into the national identity and public culture of New Zealand. At today's (2/13) Friday Forum, members of the Faculty Development Trip to Aotearoa will share stories and insights inspired by their experiences on North Island.
Davis, Julie L.; Borka, Michael J.; Johnson, Sam; Kamakahi, Jeffrey J.; and Malone, Cynthia N., "Māori decolonization, education, and nation identity in New Zealand" (2009). Forum Lectures. 224.
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