Research Publications for Carl T H Mika

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  • Mika, C. (2021). Dialoguing as if we're not that important. The New Zealand Annual Review of Education, 26, 90-95. doi:10.26686/nzaroe.v26.6897

  • Mika, C. (2021). When nothingness revokes certainty: A Māori speculation. In B. Hokowhitu, A. Moreton-Robinson, L. Tuhiwai-Smith, C. Anderson, & S. Larkin (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Critical Indigenous Studies,. Taylor & Francis Group.

  • Mika, C. (2021). Where Do We Stand When We Know? Reflections on Mātauranga Māori and its Translation as “Science”. The Philosopher, 48-53.

  • Mika, C. (2021). The Māori more-than-human: Rethinking sovereignty. In AURA 2020: Sovereign Pacific / Pacific Sovereigns.

  • Arndt, S., Bengsten, S., Mika, C., & Nørgård, R. (2021). Spaces of life: Transgressions in conceptualising the World Class University. In S. Rider, M. Peters, M. Hyvönen, & T. Besley (Eds.), World Class Universities. Evaluating Education: Normative Systems and Institutional Practices (pp. 251-267). Singapore: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-981-15-7598-3_15

  • Mika, C. (2021). Indigenous Notions of Interconnection and Formation by the World. doi:10.1093/acrefore/9780190264093.013.1558

  • Mika, C. (2021). The interconnection of things in an era of colonisation: Maori and education. In Cambridge Philosophy of Education Seminars ,University of Cambridge, United Kingdom. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMXQWIku68I

  • Mika, C. (2021). The void and its parody: Thinking alongside Jahnke's Whenua kore. In Index–Art (pp. 34-36). Index Corp Ltd.

  • Peters, M. A., Jackson, L., Hung, R., Mika, C., Buchanan, R. A., Tesar, M., . . . Webb, T. (2021). The case for academic plagiarism education: A PESA Executive collective writing project. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 1-24. doi:10.1080/00131857.2021.1897574

  • Mika, C. (2020). Aspects of Māori philosophy. In Otago seminar for the Philosophy Programme. Otago, New Zealand.


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