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Te Pua Wānanga ki te Ao

Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Studies


Nau mai, haere mai kia whakatauhia ngā hua ora o te puawānanga o Te Wao Nui a Tāne ki runga i a koutou.

Te Pua Wānanga ki te Ao aims to uplift the people of Aotearoa and to be the first choice university for Māori and Pacific students. Te Pua Wānanga ki te Ao represents innovation and tradition in teaching and research, and it provides national and international leadership in Māori, Pacific and indigenous issues and sustainable development.

Staff
Dean's Office
Te Aka Reo
Te Aka Tikanga

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Teaching & Learning


Te Pua Wānanga ki te Ao instructs students in subjects of strategic importance in the advancement of Māori, Pacific, and other indigenous peoples and their struggles for national liberation, self-governance, and self-determination. In our teaching activity (along with our research and practice), additional emphasis is placed on sustainable development, and the revitalisation and development of the Māori language and form of life within the context of contemporary New Zealand society and its colonial legacies.

Subjects
Qualifications
Papers
Te Tohu Paetahi Specialisation

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Research & Practice


Our staff include leading practitioners of Tikanga Māori, interpreters and translators of Te Reo Māori, and researchers in issues pertaining to: Māori and Pacific Development, indigenous peoples, culture and language revitalization, Tikanga Māori, and Te Reo Māori. Through our research and practice, Te Pua Wānanaga ki te Ao provides national and international leadership in Māori, Pacific and indigenous issues and sustainable development.

Research Projects
Projects in Practice
Publications
Conferences
Te Ratonga Whakamāori
He Puna Kōrero
Te Kōtihitihi Journal


Pūtātara

Latest News

Exploring Māori Tradition (24/11/16)

University of Waikato student Tiriana Anderson (Ngāti Maniapoto/Rereahu) is researching tikanga (Māori custom) and why some M…

Discovering Māori Antarctic stories (04/07/16)

Part of the Deep South National Science Challenge will involve learning more about iwi relationships with the Antarctic and t…

Award for services to community education (15/06/16)

Associate Professor Sandy Morrison flew in from an international conference in Berlin, attended an iwi meeting in Rotorua and…

Māori academic recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours (09/06/16)

Professor William Te Rangiua (Pou) Temara (Ngāi Tūhoe) has been made a Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit for servic…

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Contact Information

+ 64 7 838 4737

fmis@waikato.ac.nz


Physical Address

Ground Floor
A Block
Gate 8, Hillcrest Road
Hamilton