Research Publications for Brendan J Hokowhitu
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Hokowhitu, B. J. (2017). [Keynote] Identity appropriation and the unsettling desire to be Indigenous. In NIRAKN - National Indigenous Research and Knowledges Network: Race, Whiteness and Indigeneity: an International Conference. Conference held at Queensland, Australia.
Hokowhitu, B. J. (2017). History and masculinity. In J. O'Brien, & C. Anderson (Eds.), Sources and Methods in Indigenous Studies (pp. 195-204). Routledge.
Hokowhitu, B. J. (2016). Indigenous biopolitics. In University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand.
Hokowhitu, B. J. (2016). [Keynote] Māori and healthism. In Iwi & Hapu Wellbeing: In pursuit of the possible. Conference held at Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Hokowhitu, B. (2016). [Review of Mohawk Interruptus: Political life across the borders of settler states by Audra Simpson]. Native American and Indigenous Studies, 3(1), 162-164. doi:10.5749/natiindistudj.3.1.0162
Hokowhitu, B. (2016). Monster: Post-indigenous studies. In A. Moreton-Robinson (Ed.), Critical Indigenous Studies Engagements in First World Locations (pp. 83-101). University of Arizona Press.
Hokowhitu, B. (2016). Indigenous bodies: Ordinary lives. In D. B. Robinson, & L. Randall (Eds.), Social Justice in Physical Education Critical Reflections and Pedagogies for Change (pp. 164-182). Toronto: Canadian Scholars' Press.
Hokowhitu, B. (2016). [Review of Empire in waves: A political history of surfing by Scott Laderman]. Journal of Tourism History, 8(1), 92-93. doi:10.1080/1755182X.2016.1167871
Hokowhitu, B. J. (2016). Cook and the desire for origins. In 8th Annual Meeting Native American & Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA) 2016. Conference held at Honolulu, Hawai'i.
Hokowhitu, B. J. (2015). Invited talk: Indigenous men and our communities: A roundtable discussion (with Dr. Niigaanwewidam Sinclair and Carl Stone). In University of Manitoba, Winnipeg.