Research Publications for Thomas C (Tom) Roa

Welcome to the University of Waikato research publications search page. This database includes all research publications produced by the University from 1998.

See Also: Research Links | Student Research Theses | Research Commons

Author's Publications

Publications ByROA, Thomas C (Tom)

  Use our Online Phonebook to contact our current staff members.

  • Roa, T., & Hogg, A. (2020). Waikato Pā. In Radio New Zealand: The Weekend.

  • Roa, T. (2020). Languages and Ideas: Wonderland Wednesday. In Wonderland Wednesdays Series, Te Papa, Wellington, New Zealand.

  • Kidman, J., O'Malley, V., Roa, T., Bell, L., & MacDonald, L. (2019). Remembering and forgetting the New Zealand Wars [Roundtable]. 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.

  • Roa, T. (2019). Te Kōwhao o Te Ngira. In Native American and Indigenous Studies Association Conference (NAISA). Conference held at University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.

  • Roa, T. (2019). Tom Roa - Translating classics into te reo. In Radio New Zealand: The Weekend. Retrieved from

  • Roa, T. (2019). Te Reo Māori touch for Te Papa's 'wonderful' exhibition. In Te Ao: Māori News. Retrieved from

  • Ihimaera, W., Roa, T., & Jennings, J. (2018). Flowing Water [Writer (Witi Ihimaera), Writer/additional direction/Maori scenes devised by (Tom Roa), Composer (Janet Jennings)]. Hamilton Gardens Arts Festival, Hamilton, New Zealand.

  • Roa, T. (2018). Waikato academic translates important Bahá'i Faith writings into te reo Māori. In Hamilton News (via

  • Wehi, P., Cox, M., Roa, T., & Whaanga, H. (2018). Human perceptions of megafaunal extinction events revealed by linguistic analysis of indigenous oral traditions. Human Ecology, 46(4), 461-470. doi:10.1007/s10745-018-0004-0

  • Roa, T. (2018). Tohuto ‾ (macrons) a sign of respect. In Waikato Times (via

This page has been reformatted for printing.