Research Publications for Leonie E Pihama

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  • Pihama, L. E. (2017). Indigenous women speak out to mark International Women's Day. In Claudelands, Hamilton, New Zealand (ABC Radio). Retrieved from

  • Pihama, L. E. (2016). Delegat's sentence about 'race and class'. In Radio New Zealand.

  • Pihama, L. (2016). Māori back Native Americans with Facebook haka. In Radio New Zealand. Retrieved from

  • Cameron, N., & Pihama, L. (2015). He Waipuna Koropupu. In Waka Hourua Māori and Pasifika research Symposium 2015.

  • Pihama, L. E. (2015). Kaupapa Māori, Kaupapa Rangahau, He Manawa Whenua - Indigenous Research Conference [Keynote Address]. In He Manawa Whenua - Indigenous Research Conference 2015, Hamilton New Zealand.

  • Tiakiwai, S. -J., Pihama, L., Tahana, T., & Kilgour, J. T. (2015). Taunakitia Te Marae: A Te Arawa perspective of Marae wellbeing: Final Report. Rotorua, New Zealand: Te Arawa Tangata.

  • Pihama., Lee, J., Te Nana, R., Campbell., Greensill., & Tauroa. (2015). Te pā harakeke: Whānau as a site of wellbeing. In R. E. Rinehart, E. Emerald, & R. Matamua (Eds.), Ethnographies in Pan Pacific Research Tensions and Positionings (pp. 251-266). Routledge.

  • Reinfeld, M., Pihama, L. E., & Cameron, N. (2015). Tū ka ora : traditional healing stories from Taranaki. New Plymouth: Tu Tama Wahine o Taranaki Inc.

  • Pihama, L., Greensill, H., Campbell, D., Te Nana, R., & Lee, J. (2015). Taku Kuru Pounamu. Hamilton, New Zealand: Te Kotahi Research Institute.

  • Pihama, L., & Southey, K. (Eds.) (2015). Kaupapa Rangahau: A Reader. A collection of readings from the Kaupapa Māori Research Series led by Associate Professor Leonie Pihama and Dr Sarah-Jane Tiakiwai. Hamilton, New Zealand: Te Kotahi Research Institute.

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