Research Publications for Alice A Te punga somerville
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Te Punga Somerville, A. (2021). Too many Cooks?: Alice Te Punga Somerville. In Michael King Memorial Lecture 2021: Auckland Writers Festival Waituhi o Tamaki 2021 [Podcast]. Retrieved from https://soundcloud.com/
Mann, M., Balla, P., Enari, L. D., & Te Punga Somerville, A. (2021). Decolonization and the trans-pacific academy-Indigenous perspectives [Keynote panel]. In Australian Association for Pacific Studies Conference (AAPS). Conference held online, Footscray Community Arts Centre in Melbourne, Australia and University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Te Punga Somerville, A. (2021). English has broken my heart. E-Tangata. Retrieved from https://e-tangata.co.nz/comment-and-analysis/english-has-broken-my-heart/
Te Punga Somerville, A., & Case, E. (2021). E oho! Captain Cook: The beginning of what?. In E oho! Waitangi series 2021, National Library Wellington.
Te Punga Somerville, A. (2021). Canons don’t only belong to dead white Englishmen. We have a Māori canon too. The Guardian. Retrieved from https://www.theguardian.com/
Te Punga Somerville, A. (2021). English has broken my heart. In Radio New Zealand. Retrieved from https://www.rnz.co.nz/
Te Punga Somerville, A. (2021). OMG settler colonial studies: response to Lorenzo Veracini: ‘Is Settler Colonial Studies Even Useful?’. Postcolonial Studies, 24(2), 278-282. doi:10.1080/13688790.2020.1854980
Te Punga Somerville, A. (2020). Two Hundred and Fifty Ways to Start an Essay about Captain Cook. Bridget Williams Books.
Te Punga Somerville, A. (2020). A new departure: The worldliness of indigenous pacific texts in the early twentieth century. In Modern Language Association Annual Convention (MLA). Conference held in Seattle, Washington, USA.
Te Punga Somerville, A. (2019). ‘[Modernism] in Māori life’: Te Ao Hou. In M. Long, & M. Hayward (Eds.), New Oceania. Modernisms and Modernities in the Pacific. Routledge.