Research Publications for James P (Hemi) Whaanga
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Whaanga, J. P., & Tuahine, H. (2016). Matariki & He whare kōkōrangi. In Murihiku marae, Invercargill.
Hannah,, K., Middleton, A., Tyler, L., Wehi, P., & Whaanga, J. P. (2016). Dabbling Dilettantes and Renaissance Men: colonial polymaths and New Zealand’s science culture (Panel Session). In Panel discussion presented at The New Zealand Polymath Colenso and his contemporaries. Victoria University, Wellington.
Whaanga, J. P., Scofield, P., Raharuhi, T. U., & Roa, T. (2016). Māori bird names and Indigenous methods of naming native and introduced bird species of Aotearoa. In Birds New Zealand: South Auckland Branch: Papakura Croquet Club, Papakura, Auckland.
Whaanga, J. P., & Wehi, P. (2016). Māori oral tradition, ancestral sayings and indigenous knowledge: Learning from the past looking to the future. Langscape Magazine, 5(2), 56-59.
Whaanga, J. P., Tuahine, H., Harris, P., & Matamua, R. (2016). Te Pēhi and the astronomical knowledge of Māori – ‘meagre and unsatisfactory’. In The New Zealand Polymath Colenso and his contemporaries. Victoria University, Wellington.
Whaanga, J. P., Wehi, P., & Roa, T. (2016). Oral tradition, whakataukī and indigenous knowledge: Learning from the past looking to the future. In He Rau Tumu Kōrero IX. Te Rau Aroha, Bluff.
Whaanga, J. P., Bainbridge, D., Anderson, M., Scrivener, K., Cader, P., Roa, T., & Keegan, T. (2015). He Matapihi Mā Mua, Mō Muri: The Ethics, Processes, and Procedures Associated with the Digitization of Indigenous Knowledge—The Pei Jones Collection. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 53(5-6), 520-547. doi:10.1080/01639374.2015.1009670
Whaanga, J. P., Scofield, P., Raharuhi, U., Green, L., Matamua, R., Temara, P., & Roa, T. (2015). E koekoe te tūī, e ketekete te kākā, e kūkū te kererū: Indigenous methods of naming native and introduced bird species of Aotearoa. Final report for Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga. Hamilton: SMPD.
Whaanga, J. P., & Matamua, R. (2015). Māori astronomy. In Invercargill, University of Otago.
Matamua, R., & Whaanga, H. (2015). Ko te tangata whai i te mātauranga ka whai i te māramatanga: The journey of knowledge is a journey of enlightenment - Indigenous methodologies. In R. E. Rinehart, E. Emerald, & R. Matamua (Eds.), Ethnographies in Pan Pacific Research - Tensions and Positionings (pp. 205-210). Routledge.