Research Publications for Nepia Mahuika

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  • Mahuika, N. (2017). An outsiders guide to public oral history in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Public History, 5(1), 3-18.

  • Mahuika, N. (2017). The power of the past: Why study indigenous histories?. In K. Vaidya (Ed.), History for the Curious: Why Study History? (The Stuck Student's Guide to Picking the Best College and University Major). Curious Academic Publishing.

  • Mahuika, N. (2016). Telling Us in the Days destined to you: A Response to Warren Cariou, Life-telling: Indigenous Oral Autobiography and the Performance of Relation. Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly, 39(3), 328-333. doi:10.1353/bio.2016.0042

  • Mahuika, N. (2016). The presence of the past: Maori history in contemporary reflection. In MO’NA: Our Pasts Before Us: 22nd Pacific History Association Conference. Conference held at Guam, Mariana Islands.

  • Mahuika, N. (2016). [Keynote] The indigenous 'truth' of oral history: Decolonizing oral history in presence, practice, and politics. In Our Stories, Our Way: Indigenous Oral History Symposium. Conference held at State Library of Western Australia, Perth, Australia.

  • Mahuika, N. (2015). We are groot! My tribal Mātauranga is not “ethnic essentialism”. K.I.N. Knowledge in Indigenous Networks. Retrieved from

  • Mahuika, N. (2015). Re-storying Maori legal histories: Indigenous articulations in nineteenth-century Aotearoa New Zealand. Journal of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association, 2(1), 40-66.

  • Mahuika, N., Mahuika, R., Barker, L., & Maynor Lowery, M. (2015). Reclaiming the first voice: Indigenous discussions in the field of oral history. In 7th Annual Meeting of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association Conference. Conference held at Washington D.C., USA.

  • Mahuika, N. (2015). New Zealand history is Maori history: Tikanga as the ethical foundation of historical scholarship in Aotearoa New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of History, 49(1), 5-30.

  • Anderson, A., Williams, M., Ellis, N., Mahuika, N., & Stevens, M. (2015). Tangata Whenua: Making a difference in history. In New Zealand Historical Association Conference (NZHA). Conference held in University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand.

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