Prof. Ngahuia Te Awekotuku
Professor of Research and Development
Qualifications: PhD Waikato, MA(Hons), BA
Iwi: Te Arawa, Tūhoe, Waikato
Heritage issues, repatriation, curatorship, exhibition, intellectual/cultural property, ethics and methodologies in indigenous research, Māori and indigenous notions of gender and sexuality, death studies - Māori, Pacific, Indigenous, Māori and Pacific art
Nikora, L. W., & Te Awekotuku, N. (2016). Moehewa: Death, lifestyle & sexuality in the Maori World. Journal of Indigenous Wellbeing, 1(2), 2-8. Open Access version: hdl:https://hdl.handle.net/10289/108
Waitoki, W. W., Nikora, L., Tamanui, V., Te Whetu, C., & Te Awekotuku, N. (2016). Challenges and continuities: Unintended impacts of te reo Mäori language revitalisation efforts. In Proceedings of the International Indigenous Research Conference (pp. 101). University of Auckland, New Zealand: Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga.
Nikora, L. W., & Te Awekotuku, N. (2016). Tangi - When I die I want you to weep and wail!. In Women's Studies Association (NZ)/Pae Akoranga Wāhine Conference. Conference held at University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand.
Nikora, L. W., Masters-Awatere, B., Waitoki, W., Rua, M., & Te Awekotuku, N. (2015). Putting it in there: PSYC575 Indigenous Psychologies as a for-credit university paper in New Zealand. In 11th Biennial Conference of Asian Association of Social Psychology and 52nd Annual Convention of the Psychological Association of the Philippines (PAP): Asian Societies in the Midst of Change. Conference held at Cebu City, Philippines.