Research Publications for James P (Hemi) Whaanga

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  • Kite, S., Brown, M. L., Arista, N., Whaanga, H., & Benesiinaabandan, S. (2021). Indigenous Protocol and Artificial Intelligence (Panel presentation). In 4th Annual Symposium on the Future Imaginary Virtual Edition.

  • Whaanga, H. (2021). Indigenous identity and sovereignty in the digital sphere [Keynote]. In Library and Information Association of New Zealand Aotearoa - LIANZA Conference (Virtual).

  • Wehi, P., Whaanga, H., Watene, K., & Steeves, T. (2020). Mātauranga as knowledge, process and practice in Aotearoa New Zealand. Center for Open Science. doi:10.31235/osf.io/4ba6f

  • Hudson, M., Whaanga, H., Waiti, J., Maxwell, H., Davis, K., Arahanga, T., . . . Taitoko, M. (2020). Visualising Mātauranga Māori for iwi outcomes. New Zealand Science Review. Special Issue Mātauranga and Science - Part 2, 76(1-2).

  • Hall, M. M., Wehi, P. M., Whaanga, H., Walker, E. T., Koia, J. H., & Wallace, K. J. (2020). Promoting social and environmental justice to support Indigenous partnerships in urban ecosystem restoration. Restoration Ecology. doi:10.1111/rec.13305

  • Whaanga, H., & Mato, P. (2020). The Indigenous digital footprint. In B. Hokowhitu, A. Moreton-Robinson, L. Tuhiwai-Smith, C. Andersen, & S. Larken (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Critical Indigenous Studies (pp. 447-464). London; New York: Routledge. Retrieved from https://www.taylorfrancis.com/

  • Whaanga, H., Harris, P., & Matamua, R. (2020). The science and practice of Māori astronomy and Matariki. NZ Science Review, 76(1-2), 13-19. Retrieved from https://scientists.org.nz/resources/Documents/NZSR/NZSR76(1-2).pdf

  • Whaanga, H. (2020). AI: a new (r)evolution or the new colonizer for Indigenous peoples?. In J. Lewis (Ed.), Position paper on Indigenous Protocol and Artificial Intelligence (pp. 34-38). Honolulu, HI: Initiative for Indigenous Futures and the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIFAR).

  • Whaanga, J., & Campbell, A. (2019). The Science cultural perspectives paper. In LearnFest19: Te Puna Aurei A spring of intertwining knowledge. Conference held at University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.

  • Whaanga, H. (2019). Ātea. In SfTI Researchers' Workshop. Workshop held at Holiday Day Inn, Auckland, New Zealand.


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