Research Publications for Alice A Te punga somerville

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  • Te Punga Somerville, A. (2019). An erstwhile savage and a wannabe modernist. In New Zealand Modernist Studies Consortium Symposium (NZMSC). Conference held at University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.

  • Te Punga Somerville, A. (2019). Urban. In Te Rito o te Harakeke: A collection of writing for Ihumātao. [poem]. Rangatahi o te Pene.

  • Te Punga Somerville, A. (2019). The beginning is not the beginning: Indigenous Literary Centres. In McMaster University, Ontario, Canada.

  • Te Punga Somerville, A. (2019). “I have to produce the background:” the edges of Indigenous lives. In The Re-(E)mergence of Nature in Culture II. Conference held at University of Sydney, Australia.

  • Te Punga Somerville, A. (2019). from turtle island to Aotearoa: Researching other people and the indigenous backstage pass. In Centre for Indigenous Studies, University of Toronto, Canada.

  • Te Punga Somerville, A. (2019). Two hundred and fifty ways to start an essay about Captain Cook. New Zealand Journal of History, 53(1), 3-49.

  • Te Punga Somerville, A. (2019). [Keynote] Out of order: histories, structures, sovereignty. In New Zealand Historical Association Conference: Kanohi-ki-te-Kanohi: Histories for Our Time. Conference held at Te Herenga Waka Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

  • Te Punga Somerville, A. (2018). Inside us the novels: Pacific fiction before 1975. In Biennial Conference of the Australian Association for Pacific Studies 2018: Two Horizons Pacific Studies in a Cosmopolitan World. Conference held at University of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia.

  • Te Punga Somerville, A. (2018). Searching for the Trans-Indigenous. [Review of Trans-Indigenous: Methodologies for Global Native Literary Studies by Chadwick Allen]. Verge: Studies in Global Asias, 4, 96-105.

  • Te Punga Somerville, A. (2018). Taupata, taro, roots, earth: the (Indigenous) politics of gardening. In Live at the AM Podcast: Human Nature Lecture Series, Hallstrom Theatre, Australian Museum, Sydney, Australia. Retrieved from https://australianmuseum.net.au/


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