Judith Binney
These ‘stories without end’ stand alongside Judith Binney’s remarkable publications of forty years. They form narratives that flow one into another – essays from a writer who was also one of N... [+]
Judith Binney
Following European contact, large areas of Te Urewera were confiscated. Yet it emerged as an autonomous district, only to have that independence abolished. 'Encircled Lands' contextualises T... [+]
Angela Wanhalla
Centring on the Otago community where her great-grandparents were born, Angela Wanhalla (Ngāi Tahu) explores the less visible side of colonialism – the world of kinship networks, families and commu... [+]
Atholl Anderson (ed) | Te Maire Tau (ed)
This magnificent narrative tells of Ngāi Tahu’s migration from the Wellington area into the South Island. The history draws on early accounts by Ngāi Tahu elders, recorded in the ‘Carrington’ ... [+]
Judith Binney (ed)
The Kerikeri Basin, was a ‘meeting pool’ for Māori and European in the early nineteenth century. This collection of essays tells a vivid story about a place that is significant in our history.... [+]
Judith Binney
Kendall was one of the first missionaries to learn te reo Māori and make his way, problematically, in the Māori world. This remarkable study of cross-cultural experience won the F. P. Wilson Award i... [+]
Janine Hayward (ed) | Nicola R. Wheen (ed)
The Waitangi Tribunal was established in 1975 to hear claims by Māori against the Crown arising under the Treaty. This book brings together the work of leading historians, lawyers, and analysts to re... [+]
Claudia Orange
The history of the Treaty comes to life with a wonderful range of photographs, maps and paintings. A companion volume to 'The Treaty of Waitangi', the up-to-date text is written for the gene... [+]
Karen Sinclair
Māori prophetic movements from the late nineteenth century are widely known. This book looks at the twentieth-century leader, Hori Enoka Mareikura, from the Ruapehu district. Today, his prophetic say... [+]
Giselle Byrnes
'Boundary Markers' offers an alternative reading of European colonisation. The text carefully explores the interconnection of an established culture with that of the newcomers.... [+]