Research Publications for Paul E Meredith
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Meredith, P., & Joseph, R. (2016). Ngāti Maniapoto ki Ōrākau, ki Waikeria hoki. Ngāti Maniapoto’s interests and associations with the Ōrākau Battle site and Waikeria Prison areas..
Joseph, R., & Meredith, P. (Eds.) (2014). The Battle of Orakau: Maori Veterans' Accounts - Commemorating the 150th Anniversary 1864-2014. Orakau Heritage Society and the Maniapoto Trust Board.
Meredith, P., Nankivell, R., & Joseph, R. (2010). Ngāti Maniapoto Mana Tangata: Scoping report for a Ngāti Maniapoto oral and traditional history project.
Meredith, P., Nankivell, R., & Joseph, R. (2010). Ngāti Apakura Mana Tangata: Scoping report for a Ngāti Apakura oral and traditional history project.
Meredith, P. (2006). Pakeha by law: The Europeanisation of Maori 1912-1931. New Zealand Universities Law Review, 22(1), 103-147.
Meredith, P. (2005). Maniapoto ki tua o te Puniu: Reconsidering a Tribal Boundary. In Te Puna Rangahau Research Wananga 2005: Land Alienation and Crown Breaches in the King Country/Rohe Potae. Conference held at Te Wananga o Aotearoa, Hamilton.
Meredith, P. (2005). Kaputuhi: Strengthening the cultural foundations of a meeting house and a Maori community. In Indigenous Knowledges Conference 2005: Reconciling Academic Priorities with Indigenous Realities. Conference held at Victoria University of Wellington.
Frame, A., & Meredith, P. E. (2005). Performance and Maori Customary Legal Process. In Te Matahauariki Symposium. Conference held at Fale Pasifika, University of Auckland, New Zealand.
Meredith, P. (2005). Urban Maori as 'Iwi': identity, recognition and litigation. In The Politics of Recognition: Identity, Respect and Justice: An Interdisciplinary Conference. Conference held at Deakin University, Melbourne.
Meredith, P., & Frame, A. (2005). Maori customary rights: The hard yards. In 7th World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education. Conference held at University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.