Research Publications for Jackie W Tuaupiki
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Tuaupiki, J. (2017). Te mātauranga whakatere waka. Te Kōtihitihi: Ngā Tuhinga Reo Māori, 4, 36-57.
Lodge, M., Tuaupiki, J., Brinckman, T., Horomona, H., & Austin, K. (2017). Manu kaewa (Wildbirds): Premiere (Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts) [collaborative multimedia creative work: Martin Lodge (concept, macrostructure, notated music 'Water’ for alto flute and piano, electronic sounds); Tessa Brinkman (concept, flutes, narration), Katherine Austin (piano, narration), Horomona Horo (taonga puoro), Jackie Tuaupiki (newly commissioned poems in te reo Maori)]. Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Tuaupiki, J. (2017). Ancestral Double-hull Canoes of Aotearoa, New Zealand. In The 23rd Annual Conference of the New Zealand Studies Association: 'Contested Territories in the Pacific'. Conference held at the University of Strasbourg, France.
Tuaupiki, H. (2017). The Translation of medieval Galician cantigas into Te Reo Māori (As cantigas de Martin Codax en 55 linguas (The Martin Codax's poems in 55 Languages)). Universida de Vigo.
Tuaupiki, H. (2017). Ngā waka o tawhiti. MAI Journal, 6(3), 305-321. doi:10.20507/MAIJournal.2017.6.3.6
Tuaupiki, J. (2017). Te kaumoana Poronīhia: Ngā terenga onamata. Te Kōtihitihi: Ngā Tuhinga Reo Māori, 4, 11-35.
Tuaupiki, J. W. (2017). E Kore E Ngaro, He Takere Waka Nui: Te Mātauranga Whakatere Waka me Ōna Take Nunui. (PhD Thesis, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand). Retrieved from https://researchcommons.waikato.ac.nz/handle/10289/11654
Tuaupiki, J. W. (2016). Mihi (Foreword). Te Kōtihitihi - Ngā Tuhinga Reo Māori, 3, 3.
Tuaupiki, J. W. (2015). Translating abstract messages in a selection of Māori waka karakia (canoe incantation) into English. In 21st Annual Conference of the New Zealand Studies Association (NZSA). Conference held at University of Vienna, Austria.
Tuaupiki, J. W. (2014). The regeneration of Maori ocean voyaging. In The 20th Annual Conference of the New Zealand Studies Association Conference 2014. Conference held in Oslo, Norway.