Research Publications for Carl T H Mika

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  • Mika, C. (2017). Possible contributions from Spinoza: A Māori response. In 2017 Interstices Symposium: The Arts of Spinoza + Pacific Spinoza. Conference held at the University of Auckland and the AUT University, Auckland, NZ.

  • Mika, C., & Stewart, G. (2017). Lost in translation: western representations of Māori knowledge. Open Review of Educational Research, 4(1), 134-146. doi:10.1080/23265507.2017.1364143

  • Mika, C. (2017). A term’s irruption and a possibility for response: A Māori glance at “epistemology”. In E. A. McKinley, & L. T. Smith (Eds.), Handbook of Indigenous Education (pp. 1-19). Springer. doi:10.1007/978-981-10-1839-8_20-1

  • Bowell, T., & Mika, C. (2017). The seen and unseen of epistemic harm: Feminist and Māori in counter-colonial dialogue. Poster session presented at the meeting of The Royal Institute of Philosophy Annual Conference: Harms and Wrongs in Epistemic Practice, Conference held at University of Sheffield, United Kingdom.

  • Bowell, T. A., & Mika, C. (2017). Our difficult conversation: On avoiding epistemic harm within a Maori<->feminist research partnership. In 2017 Feast Conference: Decolonizing and Indigenizing Feminist Philosophy. Conference held at Clearwater Beach, Florida, USA.

  • Mika, C. (2017). The uncertain kaupapa of kaupapa Māori. In T. K. Hoskins, & A. Jones (Eds.), Critical Conversations in Kaupapa Māori. Huia. Retrieved from

  • Mika, C. (2017). Indigenous education and the metaphysics of presence: A worlded philosophy. In Room 2166, St John's College, University of British Columbia, 2111 Lower Mall, Vancouver, Canada.

  • Peters, M. A., & Mika, C. (Eds.) (2017). The Dilemma of Western Philosophy. Routledge.

  • Mika, C. (2017). The challenge of non-Western philosophies to existing paradigms in Western philosophy. In Diversity in Philospohy Symposium. Conference held at Massey University, Albany Campus, Auckland, New Zealand.

  • Mika, C. (2017). Dealing with the indivisible: A Maori philosophy of mystery. In St Paul St Symposium. Conference held at AUT University Conference Centre, Auckland, New Zealand.

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